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Tagged with: Art

Arts Forecast: 10 great things to do this week, from Gran Fury to ‘Much Ado’

Soul man Lee Fields, Blectum from Blechdom returns, a drag Hall & Oates tribute, Lab dance-a-thon, more to get you fired up.

At CAAMFest, Chinatown justice, rock heroes, turf dance battles, more diverse Asian stories

The 40th edition of the Center for Asian American Media fest highlights valuable history as it continues to look forward.

At American Steel, a trailblazing artist community is displaced for redevelopment

Tight-knit Burning Man clan reckons with moving—but may have itself paved the way for West Oakland industrial hub's gentrification

Screen Grabs: Remember the name Franz Rogowski

The wily German actor keeps climbing with poignant gay drama 'Great Freedom.' Plus: listless 'Paris, 13th District,' clone comedy 'Dual'

At MoAD, spring brings ghost-riding ‘Traumanauts,’ striking tapestries, haunting elegies

Afrofuturism meets 19th-century preservation and 21st-century sorrow in latest shows on view

Cartoonist Keith Knight may be ‘Woke,’ but he’s not finished yet

With his second-season Hulu series and show at the Cartoon Art Museum, the 'K Chronicles' artist is still getting his message out

Life’s a grand circus—art is, too—for painter Michael Brennan

The artist-designer magically transforms pandemic into pandemonium and art-world portraits into carnivalesque celebration

‘Oh, I love that place!’: SCRAP brings sustainable marvels to Randall Museum

Fundraiser and gallery show 'ReImagine' features an 'Aladdin's Cave' of recycled wonders from 29 artists.

Painter’s ball: Unity-minded Bay Area Mural Project hosts group’s first gala

Celebrating "each-one-teach-one Bay Area flavor" at a sold-out California Ballroom in downtown Oakland.

John Killacky’s ‘Because Art’ is an evergreen call for creative survival

It may be an expert “autopsy” on the arts industry, but the multi-hyphenate's latest book also inspires hope for the next generation of hub-makers and risk-takers.