Video from the lecture on Women in Modern Art

Delve into the inspiring stories of influential women whose powerful works challenge rules, shift perspectives, and deepen understanding of women’s contributions to 20th and 21st century artistic movements, including Surrealism, Abstract Expressionism, and Conceptual Art. Some of the featured artists are household names, others are groundbreaking social commentators you need to know, and all offer fascinating insights on the complicated road traveled by female artists,…

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Invitation to join a lecture on Women in Modern Art

Delve into the inspiring stories of influential women whose powerful works challenge rules, shift perspectives, and deepen understanding of women’s contributions to 20th and 21st century artistic movements, including Surrealism, Abstract Expressionism, and Conceptual Art. Some of the featured artists are household names, others are groundbreaking social commentators you need to know, and all offer fascinating insights on the complicated road traveled by female artists,…

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Video from the lecture on David Park, 1950s Bay Area figurative artist

Not only am I a realtor in San Francisco, but I am an art enthusiast and I’ve started sharing my passion with clients and friends. Recently, I organized a webinar on the 1950s Bay Area Figurative artist, David Park. On May 22, I’m having another one with the same lecturer, Jennifer Reese, and the topic will be women artists since the 1900s. See a video…

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Invitation to join a lecture on David Park, 1950s Bay Area figurative artist

Here’s the introduction to the David Park show at the SFMOMA:  At the age of 38, in late 1949 or early 1950, artist David Park (1911–1960) filled his Ford with as many of his Abstract Expressionist canvases it could fit and abandoned them at the city dump. The work he made next shocked the Bay Area art world. At a moment when serious American painting…

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Increasing Housing Options For People In The Middle | February Event

For the average income earner, obtaining a comfortable place to live seems out of reach. Some people travel great distances to get to their jobs. Others live in a crowded household in order to afford the rent or mortgage. Building more housing seems to be the logical goal, but where and what type? Join the conversation with Kristy Wang from the San Francisco Bay Area…

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City Arts and Lectures at the Nourse Theater

Fascinating conversations at City Arts and Lectures at the Nourse Theater recently by two speakers from opposite ends of the religious spectrum from the atheist Richard Dawkins to the scholar Karen Armstrong. More great speakers coming up!


July 4th Events

Looking for some fun activities in the Bay Area this holiday weekend and beyond? Check out these “18 Things to Do in July” http://www.sfgate.com/thingstodo/slideshow/Things-to-do-in-July-88738.php?cmpid=hp-hc-entertainment Source : Parascopesf.com


Stern Grove Festival

Enjoy a beautiful San Francisco weekend at The Stern Grove Festival, celebrating its 77th season.  This admission-free performing arts series, takes place in Sigmund Stern Grove, a beautiful outdoor amphitheater located at 19th Avenue and Sloat Boulevard in San Francisco. … Continue reading



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