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Five Famous San Francisco Artists

1. William T. Wiley William T. Wiley was born in 1937, and his work is spanning a wide range of techniques such as painting, drawing, film, sculpturing, pinball, and performance. Part of Wiley’s work falls into the category ‘funk art’. For more than fifty years, Wiley has challenged the precepts of all sorts of mainstream… Read More »

What Locals Say About San Francisco

First impressions of San Francisco Life: this page contains several of the first impressions and characteristics of the city that I struck me when I moved here. They provided actually the basis for all my other experiences. The weather is odd. It was in June that I arrived in San Francisco for the first time,… Read More »

San Francisco Attractions

San Francisco belongs to those cities that never get old. No matter how often you visit it. San Francisco has always a neighborhood that you didn’t explore yet, or there is a scenic spot you didn’t have the time to visit, or there is an activity that you just missed during your last visit. I’ve just… Read More »

SF Arts Market is closed

San Francisco Arts Market was an open-air arts and crafts market and performance and activity platform held in United Nations Plaza in San Francisco’s Civic Center region. Hosting was open Thursdays, 11 a.m. -4 p.m. from 2010 until 2014. Independent Arts & Media and the Mayor’s Office of Economic and Workforce Development partnered to support… Read More »

San Francisco Arts Market

San Francisco Arts Market kicked off on June 16th, 2011 with quite a bang! United Nations Plaza came alive with over 30 unique artist and artisan vendors, live music, and delicious lunch options from Off the Grid Food Trucks. Crowds joined the Plaza to see what was going on, eat, shop and join the fun.… Read More »