Looks like a new art project is coming to Hayes Street.
Kate Raudenbush, the artist who created the “Future’s Past” installation that currently sits in the middle of Patricia’s Green, will be in the neighborhood tomorrow.
When you think of the Proxy space at Octavia and Hayes, you might think of coffee, ice cream, food trucks or fresh-squeezed juice. But this weekend the site will host something entirely different: an architecture exhibit.
SF Open Studios A great annual tradition returns this weekend, with several Hayes Valley-based artists opening up their studios to the public.
Talbot Cafe (formerly Tartine) will be hosting an art party tonight at 244 Gough Street.
Two new murals have recently appeared in Hayes Valley. Last week, we noticed the walls outside of health food store Nabila’s Market (559 Hayes) were getting black and white portraits of the late jazz legends Louis Armstrong and Nina Simone.
Sidestepping a turd is about the only time we really give the sidewalk a good, hard look. As a result, we’ve been missing out on a whole world of expression happening right underneath our shoes.
momi toby’s One of the baristas at Momi Toby’s will be debuting some new artwork at the cafe tonight, and you’re invited.
Some new tagging by a street art collective known as ICP has brightened up the plywood next to Aether Apparel.
One of the most visible aspects of our transformative neighborhood has to be the rotation of art sculptures in the center of Patricia’s Green. Depending on the year, you might have seen anything from a bundle of twigs snaking in … Continue reading