An homage to art that shatters academic and “High Art” facades of elitism with the everyday.
Join Black Cinema Collective and watch films situated in the Black North American and South Asian contexts, linked by themes of memory, acceptance, self-love, and the complexities of the diasporic experience.
McEvoy Foundation for the Arts is pleased to announce ‘Next to You,’ an exhibition of…
HOME STORIES OF be/LONGING A special screening + communing of Black art films featuring: Adama…
A San Francisco filmmaker’s intimate vision of the city.
In our first workshop of the series, facilitators and speakers will hold a post screening discussion in BIPOC affinity space after audiences have viewed the Mosotho filmmaker Lemohang Jeremiah Mosese’s work entitled “This is not a Burial, It’s a Resurrection.”
The Jacob Lawrence Gallery is pleased to premiere Ariel René Jackson’s Descendance, a drone-shot video featuring interdisciplinary tap dance artist Michael J. Love and an original score by jazz musician Joseph C. Dyson Jr.
An exhibition stalled by the global pandemic examines mental heath under late capitalism.
Photographer and filmmaker Mako Miyamoto cultivates a world of his own creation in his latest exhibit: Jitaku. Making expert use of infrared color and character design, the artist captures epic landscapes as you’ve never seen them before.
Film at SFMOMA joins forces with arts and nonprofit institutions across the U.S. working collectively as the Feminist Art Coalition, an initiative organized around feminist thought and practice.