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Tagged with: Arts

Arts Forecast: Two-Spirit Powwow, Black History Month, Edwardian Ball, Qaotiq….

Tablehopper's new look, Art With Elders, Johnny & June Forever, Ben UFO, Non Stop Bhangra, more to do this week.

Under the Stars: Lakecia Benjamin pulls jazz saxophone weight, Yaeji readies the ‘Hammer’

Plus: Lineup of SFJAZZ-Noise Pop concerts features Nate Mercereau's cosmic duets with the Golden Gate Bridge.

From whence comes wonder? Dacher Keltner and Michael Pollan opine on ‘Awe’

Keltner's new book examines the often-surprising sources of self-dissolving moments.

Arts Forecast: A new arts magazine aims to dig deep into the local scene

Plus: Bay Area Brewfest, Hella Plants Market, Juan Atkins Techno Symphonic, Reverend Horton Heat, more to do

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

Arts Forecast: Sketchfest returns, Elvis-Bowie Birthday Bash, glassjaw, more

Stage Dive Into Life, Free Noontime Concerts, Chris Botti, Scientist, more events to kick your year off right

48 sources of joy in 2022, from velvety jazz to young voters and plant-based cuisine

Food, tunes, talks, and more. How did your year highlights match up with our writer's?

Watching cups dry: Berkeley painter Sonia Gill raises the mundane to marvelous

"I am not just painting my dishes," she said. Find out what lies in their lines.

‘What is the portal for them?’ Group show at Minnesota Street Project opens doors

"as you summon other worlds" exhibition evokes artistic connection in more ways than one.

Shara Mays and the unknowable canvas

Bay artist traces the evolving Black American relationship with land to inspire her bold paintings.