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Tagged with: YBCA

Which witches? Choreographer Liz Lerman’s coven is here to dance

"Wicked Bodies" at YBCA conjures magic from a diverse cast, in reaction to the crude depictions of the past

Pinnacles and paradise: SF rapper Cold Medina on new ‘Knights in Tropicana’

Local lyricist breaks down his debut studio album and talks about the role of art in provoking cultural progression

Dancers lifted by a resonant voice in Alonzo King LINES Ballet’s ‘Deep River’

Collaboration among choreographer King, composer Jason Moran, and vocalist Lisa Fisher at YBCA captivates

Screen Grabs: Fests fete films from Greece, UK, Berlin & Beyond (and here at home)

Wayne Wang gets a retrospective, the SF Urban Film Fest comes panel-rich, and Dennis Hopper's critical comeback is restored.

Screen Grabs: Another vital public film program axed—for what?

SFMOMA's hatchet job. Plus reviews of Blood Red Sky, Old, Charlatan, Mandibles, more

Review: Zulfikar Ali Bhutto’s sequined gas masks and intergalactic minarets

Speculative meets divine in 'Future Faithful: Islamic Experiments in Space Exploration and Posthumanism'

In a year of protest and change, YBCA 100 highlights vital activist-artists

The annual list of honorees focuses on organizers, educators, and creators whose work reaches deep into community.

See Black Women emphasizes ‘who gets counted,’ in Census and beyond

A two-part conversation called See Black Women, part of Art+Action’s  Come to Your Census campaign, is calling attention to Black women's often overlooked contributions to...

Screen Grabs: More marathon movies to help sustain you

Part 2 in our survey of really, really long films for your sequestrian pleasure casts its big net over films from around the globe,...

Screen Grabs: Traveling the world, popcorn in hand

This week’s openings personify the movies’ appeal as armchair travel, encompassing cinematic detours to Ireland, Israel, Poland, China (twice), American backroads and various African...