Pop Art Exhibition

10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Pacific Heritage Museum
San Francisco  CA

Date/Time: Every Tuesdays to Saturdays, 10AM – 4PM
Pop Art uniquely presents a challenge to traditions of fine art by including imagery from popular culture such as advertising, news, and contemporary symbols. San Francisco Pacific Heritage Museum opens exhibitions of Pop Art from every Tuesdays to Saturdays. For more information, please dial (415)399-1124.

Local Artists Painting Exhibition

All Day
Berkeley Art Center
Berkeley  CA

Date/Time: From now until May (Every Wednesday to Sunday), 11AM – 5PM
The Berkeley Art Center collects paining from various local Bay Area artists and displays the paintings in its exhibition. For more information, please visit

Fouladi Projects Group Show

12:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Fouladi Projects
San Francisco  CA

March 24th through April 24th, 2015

Fouladi Projects is pleased to present our Springtime Group Show. On view will be select works from our program: Lauren Ari, Karen Barbour, Omar Chacon, Sean Cheetham, Pip Culbert, Bill Culbert, Yuichi Hirako, Darija Jelincic, Liam Jones, Jemima Kirke, Rudi Molacek, Laurina Paperina, Marcus Payzant, Lisa Solomon, Gail Tarantino, Russell Tyler, and Anne Veraldi. Also on view in our store front windows is a whimsical grouping of playful ceramic sculptures by Lauren Ari. Please stop in to say hello and to enjoy a satisfying survey of the diverse and wonderful artists in our gallery.

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SWAN Day/Support Women Artists Now Art Exhibition

All Day
Bankhead Theater
Livermore   CA

Artists’ Reception Thursday, April 2, 6:00-7:30 pm; On display through May 4, 2015

The Bothwell Arts Center and the Silicon Valley Women’s Caucus for Art (SVWCA) announces a new exhibit entitled SWAN Day/Support Women Artists Now Art Exhibition.

SWAN Day is an international holiday designed to showcase the power and diversity of women’s creativity. Dedicated to raising awareness of women artists, SWAN Day (Support Women Artists Now) works towards developing opportunity and visibility for women artists. SWAN Day is officially on the last Saturday of March, but it is celebrated throughout the month.

FREE and open to the public.

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Anthony Discenza and Peter Straub on In That Case: Havruta in Contempo

All Day
Contemporary Jewish Museum
San Francisco  

Join Bay Area artist Anthony Discenza and nationally renowned author of horror novels Peter Straub of New York, as they celebrate and discuss the opening of the third installation of the ongoing exhibition series In That Case: Havruta in Contemporary Art, which brings individual Bay Area artists together with a scholar, scientist, writer, or other thinker of his or her choice for a ten-week fellowship in creativity.

FREE with Museum admission; $5 after 5pm.

Presented by Contemporary Jewish Museum
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7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Arc Gallery
San Francisco 

Opening reception Sat, May 2, 7-9pm; Exhibition May 2 – June 20, 2015

Arc Gallery presents Fusion, a national exhibition of works juried by Olivia Ongpin of Luna Rienne Gallery in San Francisco.

EXHIBITION DATES: May 2 – June 20, 2015

Sarah Albinson, Cherisse Alcantara, Calvin Bohner, Thomas Duane, Nate Forman, Paul Glenn, Victoria Goro-Rapoport, Elsie Hill, Bac Hoang, Eric L. Hansen, Glenn Hirsh, Curt Holzinger, Kristy Hughes, Sarah Kercheval, Natalia Lakes, Noreen Larinde, Regina Loch-Elvert, Hideo Mabuchi, Alex Nye, Lynda A. N. Reyes, Henry Ricci, Sophia Sattar, Zoya Scholis, Darren Sears, David Shamie, Tamara Staser-Meltzer, Baidaa Weli, and Randy Wilson.

No Charge.

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Jung San: Understanding Beyond Words Part 2

5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Sandra Lee Gallery
San Francisco 

Opening reception May 7th, 5:30-7:30 pm, Exhibition May 5th-May 30th

SANDRA LEE GALLERY is proud to once again showcase the work of Korean and Bay Area artist, Jung San. Jung San is known for his meticulous and complex works, which he infuses with his Buddhist ideas. His work often contains unconventional materials, such as razorblades, nail polish, and matchboxes. These innovative pieces leave viewers in both deep contemplation and wonder. This May, Jung San returns with the second part of his ‘Beyond Words Series’, which illustrates his development as an artist. Jung San’s new works convey these ideas through their freeform exuberance, which contrasts well with the clean lines that defined Part 1 of the ‘Beyond Words Series.’


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