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Wednesday, October 20, 2021

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Art

Día de los San Franciscanos: Altars return to SOMArts

Beloved performer Per Sia speaks about hosting a Muertos drag show at the yearly exhibition—and what a queen brings to celebrations of resilience.

Halloween Meltdown host John Waters talks trash

In a wide-ranging Q&A, the People's Pervert dishes on punk, his San Francisco haunts, Patty Hearst, Johnny Depp, and modern-day censorship.

Dinosaurs have next in the art of San Francisco painter Michael Kerbow

The San Francisco painter heralds a metaphoric changing of the guard in his viral series "Late Capitalism"

Review: Pyramids to Panthers, ‘Afro Hippie’ tracks Black Power through time and space

David Huffman locates his Bay Area activist upbringing within the swirling cosmos—an homage to leaders yet to come.

In Beryl Landau’s paintings, a bird’s-eye view of SF’s changing cityscape

“I am especially interested in the juxtaposition of technology against nature and the constant changes within an urban environment.”

‘Experience Leonard Cohen’ offers more than crusty hallelujahs

At the CJM, four artists take impressionistic measures of the late musician behind 'I'm Your Man.'

Review: Afloat on the Bay, ‘Night Watch’ presented refugees as they are

Shimon Attie's quiet and simple videos, shown from a barge, refused to emotionally exploit their participants.

Chanel Miller, artist and ‘Emily Doe’ in Stanford assault case, speaks at Asian Art Museum

Writer Esmé Weijun Wang interviews Miller, whose 75-foot mural hangs in the new Wilbur Gallery.

Arts Forecast: Open Studios 2021, Colson Whitehead, The Residents return…

Plus: Cocteaufest, Leather Walk, Judy Collins, Tea Lautrec opening, and more choice events

In plants and nature, Tom Colcord sees ‘macrocosms in every microcosm’

The Tournesol Award-winner painter on his practice, his love for Berthe Morisot, and Haruki Murakami's talking cats

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