All exhibition programs and gallery hours are subject to change in response to COVID–19 protocols. Entry during gallery hours is free. To learn more about SOMArts’ COVID–19 safety plan, please visit somarts.org/covid19updates
The Blueprint: If the Universe Can Be Imagined, It Exists
The Black Woman is God
On view from December 12–February 6, 2022
Virtual gallery launching December 12, 2021
Now in its fifth iteration at SOMArts, The Black Woman is God celebrates the Black female presence as the highest spiritual form.
To learn more, visit: https://somarts.org/event/tbwig2021
The Imprint with Tarika Lewis
Thursday, January 20, 2022, 6–8 PM PST
Free with RSVP, in person at SOMArts
Facilitated by Tarika Lewis, RSVP to this free program on divine protection and healing from generational trauma.
To learn more, visit: https://somarts.org/event/tbwigimprint/
We Be Gods: The Conversation with Dr. Wade and Vera Nobles
Thursday, January 27, 2022, 4–6 PM PST
Free, virtual program
This free, virtual program explores what it means for Black men and women to view each other as God’s figures within the African Diaspora and Africa itself. Led by Dr. Wade and Vera Nobles, We Be Gods: The Conversation looks at how Africans defined Gods for themselves before the onset of colonialism and its bias disruptions of gender structures.
To learn more, visit: https://somarts.org/event/tbwigconversation/
ABOUT SOMARTS CULTURAL CENTER
SOMArts Cultural Center, founded in 1979, cultivates access to the arts within the Bay Area by collaborating with community-focused artists and organizations. Together, we engage the power of the arts to provoke just and fair inclusion, cultural respect and civic participation.
SOMArts plays a vital role in the arts ecosystem by helping activate the arts citywide. We do this by providing space and production support for non-profit events, as well as fairs and festivals throughout the Bay Area, and offering a robust program of art exhibitions, classes, events and performances that are affordable and accessible to all. SOMArts’ exhibition programs receive critical support from the San Francisco Arts Commission and The San Francisco Foundation, and are sponsored in part by a grant from Grants for the Arts.
SOMArts is located at 934 Brannan Street—between 8th and 9th—within 2 blocks of 101, I-80, Muni lines and bike paths. For public information call 415-863-1414 or visit somarts.org. Stay connected by following us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.