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Friday, August 19, 2022

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Art

SFAI faculty member Carlos Villa’s hybrid legacy honored in two shows

Luscious cloaks and tributes to SoMa's I-Hotel assert mystical pageantry of unsung histories.

Artist Emmy Lou Packard shines in overdue expo—but she never left SF walls

She apprenticed with Diego Rivera, and mentored the Mission's mural movement.

Screen Grabs: European relations hit the skids in ‘Spin Me Round’ and ‘Orphan: First Kill’

The former takes 'Eat, Pray' into comic territory, while 'Orphan' presents a psycho Estonian waif.

Arts Forecast: End-of-summer Bowie worship, earth justice beat symposium

Plus: Hip-hop in the Kapwa Gardens, an aerial arts version of 'For Colored Girls,' and so much more.

Berkeley artist Raymond L. Haywood and the Black canvas

From the crushing weight of history, the trained carpenter creates alternate realities.

“How human we are”: Nimah Gobir expands the space of Black love

The North Oakland-based artist honors family ties with a stitch and a stroke.

All aboard the TNT Traysikel for some karaoke, Filipino street-style

One of the city's favorite mobile interactive sculptures is at the Asian Art Museum—and you can sing along.

Amid community trauma, ‘Elegies’ at MoAD holds space for poignant beauty

Everyday objects take on meaning beyond the ordinary, bridging art history and contemporary culture to heal loss

Arts Forecast: Guo Pei shines, Club Deluxe closing(?), Cafe Suspiro debuts, more

City Arts & Lectures and SF Conservatory of Music announce enough talks and (free) concerts to fill your fall, too.

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