Upcoming Events Calendar
Join Artist Paul Ramirez Jonas, creator of We Make the Treasure, for a presentation on projects inspired by participation, history, and exchange, followed by a conversation with Marina McDougall, Director of the Exploratorium's Center for Art & Inquiry.
The George Kuchar Reader, edited by Andrew Lampert, features never-before published and long out-of-print words, comics, and photos. To celebrate the book’s release, Lampert will read a few selections and present rarely screened 16mm films from Kuchar’s catalog.
An investigation of the work of Bob Miller, natural philosopher, light artist, and author of many of the museum's most iconic exhibits, is on view at the San Francisco Main Library from October 25, 2014 to February 5, 2015.
Cinema Arts, in partnership with the San Francisco Public Library, presents this very special film program to accompany Light Walk, an exhibition held at the San Francisco Main Library from October 25, 2014 to February 5, 2015.
From spooky cartoons celebrating the delirious joy surrounding Halloween, to stylistic studies of traditions, rituals, and folk objects used to celebrate the Day of the Dead, this program looks at the many ways to honor the macabre.
Not a theater, cabaret, or gallery, After Dark contains aspects of all three. Each evening showcases a different topic—from music to sex to electricity— but all include a cash bar and film screenings, plus an opportunity to play with our hundreds of hands-on exhibits.