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Calendar, Night&Day Ten Years, Part Deux

Ten Years, Part Deux

Yoon Lee’s art is magnificent. It’s like being in space if space were white and the wild-colored star trails were prone to dripping. We first saw her enormous canvases at the Marin Headlands Center for the Arts, at which time…
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Music, All Shook Down Masterminds 2010 Finalists Named, Winners Announced Wed.

Masterminds 2010 Finalists Named, Winners Announced Wed.

We received more than 100 submissions this year from local artists vying to be named a Mastermind (and, perhaps, get a $2,500 grant). The quality of the entries was truly inspiring. That's why we've named 12 finalists this year instead…
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Calendar, Night&Day Mission Art Goes Uptown

Mission Art Goes Uptown

From the deconstructed superheroes of Aaron Noble to the politic salvos of Balmy Alley, the artistic legacy of the Mission District is rich enough to draw comparisons to both New York’s East Village and Paris’ Left Bank. Street Art San…
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Calendar, Night&Day Art Trip

Art Trip

San Francisco is known as a city of neighborhoods, but people can live here for decades and draw a total blank on the words West Portal. Some of us let years pass between North Beach visits and think Glen Park…
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Calendar, Night&Day Art and Tacos

Art and Tacos

The Monster Drawing Rally has something new this year: an El Tonayense taco truck, parked out front, dispensing protein. Otherwise, the fund-raiser follows its usual harried schedule, with four one-hour shifts during which artists create art that you, seconds later,…
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Calendar, Night&Day All Power to the People

All Power to the People

Rest assured that artist Emory Douglas’ images of protest are not based on experiences glimpsed from afar -- Douglas was the Minister of Culture for the Black Panther Party. His graphic art has the immediacy of a lobbed brick, from…
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Calendar, Night&Day Art in the Park

Art in the Park

One year ago, the Park Life Store opened its doors with excellent patron-bait: an art show by Andrew Schoultz, featuring his snorting warhorses and bird storms, and containers of hot food, much of it deep fried. The opening night party…
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Best of San Francisco, Arts & Entertainment

Best Public Art Space

Clarion Alley Between Valencia and Mission, 17th and 18th streets Whether we're talking about Ray Patlán's Balmy Alley Project or Andrew Schoultz and Aaron Noble's Lexington Street mural, the Mission District is home to one of the most vibrant…
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News, Feature Graffiti to Gallery

Graffiti to Gallery

Beginning shortly after Christmas 2001 and running into the new year, Andrew Schoultz changed a long, drearily gray wall in Hayes Valley into a delightful, off-kilter universe, one in which distressed giraffes with airplane propellers tied to their stomachs floated…
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