Get ready to feast your eyes on some public placemaking in the neighborhood! The San Francisco Arts Commission has announced that British Trinidadian artist Zak Ove’s ambitious sculpture installation Invisible Men will go on display in Civic Center Plaza from late July to October 2018.
The holiday season is here and that means plentiful amounts of eating, drinking, and socializing. If you’re planning to host your own Friendsgiving this year, here are some recipes and tips to feasting with friends. And don’t forget, with The Market just next door to NEMA – you are sure to find the perfect wine to pair up with your feast!
When elevator doors open 120 feet above Market Street to unparalleled views of the City by the Bay, you’ve entered your new social playground. Charmaine’s is the rooftop bar and lounge San Francisco has been waiting for, where the energetic culture and chic of a European terrace meets the laid-back “California cool” lifestyle.
Nearby Asian Art Museum of San Francisco – Chong-Moon Lee Center for Asian Art and Culture is making a $90 million investment in its future, one that will transform the visitor experience of the world-renowned collection, exhibitions and cultural programs.
One of the best parts of living in a central neighborhood like Mid-Market is easy access to culture. Life is never dull when your neighborhood is full of ever changing exhibits, art shows and cultural venues. Expecting friends from out of town, or playing tourist for the day? We’ve made it easy for you to hit these cultural destinations on a dime.
The city is abuzz ever since Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Broadway musical hit, HAMILTON, began its preview run this month at SHN Orpheum Theatre in Mid-Market.
Celebrate Chinese Lunar New Year with a trip to Civic Center to take in the six large-scale illuminated bamboo lantern sculptures outside City Hall that will lighten up the area from now until March 10. The glowing art exhibit, entitled Sui Sui Ping An – Peace All Year Round, is part of a temporary art installation created by Hong Kong-based artist Freeman Lau, sited in the center of Civic Center Plaza.