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Tuesday, January 31, 2023

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Tagged with: Art

Momentary mysticism and familial faith drive muralist and sculptor Liz Hernández

This year, the accomplished creative's goal is to stay true.

How to keep the Lunar New Year hoppin’

Fill the first few weeks of the moon’s calendar with parading, pop-up art, Peking duck and prosperity salad.

Finding nature’s pitch in the macrocosms of Carrie Lederer

The Oakland artist went from a curatorial career to creating her own mycorrhizal murals.

Arts Forecast: Ashkenaz hits 50, celebrate MLK, Soundbox returns, more

Lollygaggers last show, Black Techno Matters, Sholeh Asgary, Polyglamorous, so much more to do this weekend

Screen Grabs: Celebrating eternally anti-conformist filmmaker Dale Hoyt

Three tributes to the late iconoclast. Plus: 'Elegy to Seijun Suzuki' and Eastern European absurdist classics at BAMPFA

Caren Wynne’s soulful SF work is driven by deep looking—and a deeper dedication

'Inevitably, a scene you take for granted can turn itself into something special when the light is right,' the painter says

Screen Grabs: A woman’s place… is atop the ‘Greatest Films of All Time’ poll

'Jeanne Dielman,' triumphs almost 50 years later. Plus: 'Women Talking,' 'Soft and Quiet,' and 'Corsage' reviewed.

2022’s highlights on stage, in a year of navigating theater’s return

The best (and worst) of welcome Bay Area productions—but let's remember that COVID is still with us, please.

Anime meets ancient verse in Kongkee’s ‘Warring States Cyberpunk’

A neon-tinged second life throbs against the backdrop of Asian Art Museum artifacts.

Some New Year’s resolutions for SF politics

I'm always happy to take the time as 2023 dawns to tell everyone else what to do.