MOCA Covered in Krylon-A Preview of “Art in the Streets”

MOCA is bringing the streets to museum patrons in a comprehensive overview of the history of street art from 1967 through present day in “Art in the Streets”.  It is the first major exhibit of its kind in the U.S. “Art in the Streets” primarily focuses on graffiti art’s infamous rise in an economically tumultuous … Continue reading MOCA Covered in Krylon-A Preview of “Art in the Streets”

NOLA Part II

I’ll admit , the goal for my trip to New Orleans involved food:  lots of scrumptious, rich, Creole food.  Alas, this isn’t a food blog so I’ll refrain from gushing about some of the best meals I’ve ever had… Wait a minute, I can’t pass up a chance to talk about these restaurants, so let … Continue reading NOLA Part II

Art and the Community: MLK, Jr. Celebration in San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Gardens

  For those of you in the Bay Area that are lucky enough to enjoy a day off today, the Yerba Buena Center for the arts is holding “Sustaining the Dream Through Community and Service” at the Yerba Buena Gardens this afternoon, and local museums (MoAD and the Contemporary Jewish Museum) are offering free admission today. … Continue reading Art and the Community: MLK, Jr. Celebration in San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Gardens