Kwanzaa Celebration at City Hall 12/27

Kwanzaa Celebration at City Hall When: Tuesday, December 27, 2011, 12-1 PM Where: City Hall Rotunda This event is part of the 6th annual San Francisco Kwanzaa celebration with events from December 26th to January 1, 2012. It celebrates one … Read More

Fundraising for centerpiece of Patricia’s Green

The Hayes Valley Art Coalition is putting together the next art installation on Patricia’s Green. In order to optimize the viewing and experience of this piece of art, they are raising the funds to install two points of electrical power … Read More

Lower Haight Artwalk Friday Dec. 9

Artwalk from 6PM to 9:30PM tonight in the Lower Haight. Come on out and enjoy the festivities in and around the neighborhood. Music, Art, Food, and Neighbors are what make the Season Bright!

The World Tree of Hope Celebration

When: Monday, December 5, 5:30 PM Where: City Hall Rotunda Join Mayor Edwin M. Lee and First Lady Anita Lee for the 6th annual unveiling of our holiday Tree of Hope. Every year since its inception the Rainbow World Fund (RWF), … Read More

African-American Shakespeare Company Presents Cinderella

San Francisco’s African-American Shakespeare Company opens its season with an enchanting new production of Cinderella. Directed by Sherri Young, this timeless tale is an uplifting re-telling of the classic fairytale, featuring all of the pageantry, hilarity, and charm of the … Read More

Do You Want to Create Public Art for San Francisco?

SFAC’s Public Art Program will hold a workshop to learn what it takes to be a public artist and get some helpful tips on how to create a strong application. The workshop will cover the following topics: Overview of the Public Art … Read More

Hayes Valley Block Party this Friday

The Hayes Valley Holiday Show on Patricia’s Green partnered with the Hayes Valley Merchants’ Holiday Block Party 20th annual Hayes Valley Block Party on Friday, DECEMBER 2ND, 6 – 9 p.m.; an evening of fun and building community in Hayes … Read More

Rescue the stressed

Neighborhood author Dinah Sanders is the founder of Discardia, a quarterly holiday for letting go of what doesn’t make our lives awesome, and the author of Discardia: More Life, Less Stuff. Here’s a little taste of her new book: Even … Read More

Music for Democracy

By Murrey Nelson The late 1970’s in San Francisco saw a flourishing of smaller performing arts groups, among them, Chanticleer. Founded in 1978 by Louis A. Botto, Chanticleer, was established to read the music of the Renaissance, just as the … Read More

Want to present your artwork to the public?

ARTIST WORKSHOPS hosted by San Francisco Arts Commission Learn what it takes to be a public artist and get some helpful tips on how to create a strong application at these upcoming workshops. Thursday, November 17, 6:00-7:30 p.m. African American … Read More


Eeek! – Another boring holiday party at the office? Come see XANADU the Broadway musical instead!! It’s got ROLLER SKATING! More than one DISCO BALL! And classic songs like “I’m Alive,” “Magic,” “Evil Woman,” “Have You Never Been Mellow” and … Read More