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This large exhibition, named after a Bikini Kill song, focuses on the lasting impact of the early-'90s riot grrrl movement by looking at the work of seven contemporary artists as well as collecting plenty of zines and flyers from riot grrrl's height.
This mammoth exhibit encompasses art, music, video and artifacts related to the 1960s protests against PG&E's plans to build a nuclear power plant on the Sonoma Coast, which often included San Francisco Dixieland revivalists and notoriously outspoken neighbors. The first of its kind, the exhibit explores the roots of an environmental movement that coalesced under what’s now viewed as an insane proposal.
Unofficially subtitled "new ways to say I love you," the first group show between famed street muralists Chor Boogie and Jet Martinez explores Chor's new lighter approach infused by love and Martinez's rich, floral paintings inspired by Mexican folk art.
The de Young offers more than 100 politically tinged works in this major retrospective of the artist's prolific yet sadly short career.
Immerse yourself in a winter wonderland at the California Academy of Sciences’ annual ‘Tis the Season for Science exhibit. Join in on the holiday fun and step inside a Snowman Theater, dance beneath falling snow flurries, and visit with a pair of live reindeer.
Dive into the dazzling world of aquatic plants at the Conservatory of Flowers' new exhibition Aquascapes -- The Art of Underwater Gardening featuring lush underwater gardens designed to artfully highlight the diversity of freshwater tropical waterways.
Bay Area Children’s Theatre presents James and the Giant Peach, a new family musical, inspired by Roald Dahl’s classic tale about the orphaned boy who escapes from his wicked aunts aboard an enormous enchanted peach inhabited by a bevy of very big bugs. The San Francisco shows will be performed at Children’s Creativity Museum Theater.
Angela Lansbury stars as clairvoyant Madame Arcati—a role for which she won a Tony Award—in this San Francisco run of Noel Coward's comedy classic.