San Francisco State University
San Francisco State University School of Art is focused on the production of future generations of socially engaged artists who understand that individual and collaborative contributions to culture are paramount to their practice.
Hiraya Magazine Featuring TNT Traysikel
Learn more about the TNT Traysikel, future TNT projects, and how the Filipino community in San Francisco’s SOMA (South of Market) Pilipinas Cultural Heritage District is making its mark in the United States through the documentary “Discovering TNT Traysikel” filmed by Filipino-American creative Francisgum in San Francisco, California.
Produced by KQED Public Television, Spark is about Bay Area artists and arts organizations -- it is a weekly television show, an educational outreach program and a Web site. More than a showcase for art objects and the artists who make them, Spark takes the audience inside the creative process to witness the challenges, opportunities and rewards of making art.
The Luggage Store Gallery
The Luggage Store, also known as The 509 Cultural Center is a non profit artist run multidisciplinary arts organization, founded in 1987. We obtained our 501C3 non profit status in November, 1989.
Kenneth Rainin Foundation symposium @ Oakland Museum
Exploring Public Art Practices
Saturday, September 10, 2016, 1–6 PM
Oakland Museum of California (OMCA), James Moore Theater, 1000 Oak Street, Oakland
Artist Pension Trust (APT)
Artist Pension Trust® (APT) offers both long-term financial security and international exposure to select artists around the world based on a unique tailor-made financial model. APT has the largest global collection of contemporary art, comprising 10,000 artworks from 2,000 select artists in 75 different countries. With additional commitments totaling 40,000 artworks, the collection is growing by more than 2,000 each year, as artworks are deposited by artists chosen by APT’s distinguished international Curatorial Team.