Events

The Black Woman is God: Reclaim, Reconfigure, Re-Remember

SOMArts Cultural Center 934 Brannan Street, San Francisco

The Black Woman is God: Reclaim, Reconfigure, Re-Remember Curated by Karen Seneferu and Melorra Green Safety Plan | Virtual Experience Now in its fourth iteration at SOMArts, The Black Woman is God reveals a community of Black women artists that pay homage to their complex creative practices that have influenced the world, but are often overlooked because of the intersections class, race, and gender discrimination. The Black Woman is God: Reclaim, Reconfigure, and Re-Remember gives Black women their flowers, affirming […]

Bay Area Deaf Arts

SOMArts Cultural Center 934 Brannan Street, San Francisco

Bay Area Deaf Arts Curatorial Residency Exhibition Safety Plan | Plan Your Visit Bay Area Deaf Arts celebrate and center the art forms and cultural expression historically rooted in the Deaf community, raising Deaf awareness in non-Deaf populations, and inviting collaboration between Hearing and Deaf artists. Curated by renowned performer and activist Antoine Hunter, this exhibition asks us: Where are the voices of Deaf and Deaf people of color? What truths are we willing to listen […]

CARAVANA: Mobilizing Central American Art (1984–Present)

CARAVANA: Mobilizing Central American Art (1984–Present) Curatorial Residency Exhibition Safety Plan | Plan Your Visit Curated by Fátima Ramírez, Josué Rojas, and Mauricio Ramírez, CARAVANA: Mobilizing Central American Art (1984–Present) is a multidisciplinary intergenerational exhibit that invites Central American and other artists from across the country to explore the impact of mass migration, family separation, and San Francisco’s legacy of political action and solidarity with Central America. Stay tuned for program and exhibition updates!CURATORS Fátima Ramírez […]

Mother’s Bosom

SOMArts Cultural Center 934 Brannan Street, San Francisco

Mother's BosomCuratorial Residency ExhibitionSafety Plan | Plan Your Visit Mother’s Bosom generates conversations on identity and gender roles while exploring how lullabies are used as transmitters of cultural memory. This exhibition highlights how cultural norms are formed and induced within a society and how cultural identity is cemented through birth. Stay tuned for program and exhibition updates! CURATORSBengu Gün Duygu Gün

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