Heralding the international fashion weeks from New York/ London / Milan and Paris here in our city. The Art Institute of California, San Francisco is leading the International Fashion Show Month. A first.
Twice a year New York, London, Milan and Paris showcase designers collections during September and February. The graduate designers will be presenting at the same time of year to kick off the season for Fashion Spring Summer 2019. Under the Dome, Level 4, at the Westfield San Francisco Centre on Saturday, September 2018 at 3pm.
Individuality is now more important than ever before - Living in a world where everything is saturated. People are becoming afraid to be bold and unique. We are showing five talented designers who aren’t scared of daring to be different. Their designs are extraordinary in terms of personality, atmosphere, shape, cut and texture. They will bring you a captivating experience! We look forward to seeing you there.
To RSVP contact:
Mikel Rosen: 415.525.6218
Alyssa Ansel: 916.504.0862
With members from Russia, Switzerland, Canada, and the US, Tangonero is a San Francisco ensemble dedicated to preserving the tradition of Argentine Tango.
Michele Walther: violin
Richard Duke: double bass
Amy Zanrosso: piano
Alex Roitman: bandoneon
San Francisco. Gorgeous blooms Enchanting arrangements. Fantasy flora &anp; fauna.
This season’s “Once Upon a Springtime” show imagines an amazing world of wonder. Lose yourself in all of the breathtaking delights as you enter a land typically seen only in the most fanciful fairy tales.
Explore the spectacular settings where heroic characters triumph over competing forces to usher in the beauty of spring. You’ll be sure to interact with the Flower Show like never before.
Root, root, root for the home team! Now's the time to stock up on new orange and black gear, take a photo with San Franciscos' home team mascot and strike a pose with the Winning Series trophies.
Plus, with any LIDS purchase of $25 or more receive a super-cool water bottle*.
*While supplies last.
Cheers! Here's to creating the ultimate home entertaining hub. Cocktail enthusiast Anne Marie Ceralvo will show you how to stock and style your bar cart using festive glassware, barware and accessories. Watch as she creates easy-to-execute recipes - you're sure to be inspired to personalize your own party central.
Anne Marie is a Bay Area native who enjoys incorporating her knowledge and enthusiasm into crafting the best possible guest experience. She enjoys building libations that cater to each person's drink preferences, but it's a real treat when a patron says to her: "Make me what you want--'Dealer's Choice!'" She believes it is the perfect opportunity to introduce a new cocktail, to perhaps educate a guest about its origin, or to simply expand that person's horizon in the realm of spirits.
Come and be part the Cosplay Halloween Ball at the luxurious Hawthorn Lounge in the heart of San Francisco's Union Square.
Dress up as one your favorite character on a Japanese Anime, Video Games, Comic Superheroes, American Cartoons, Sci-Fi Movies, Television Series and their related interests.
Remember those crazy ideas you dreamed up as a kid? The Museum of Ice Cream is the place where ideas are transformed into real life experiences. A place where flavors are mysteries, toppings are toys and sprinkles make the world a better place.
Their mission is to design environments that bring people together and provoke imagination.
Tickets are temporarily sold out, but you can go here to sign up to be notified when more tickets become available. There are not tickets at the door.
The American Revolution from the perspective of the yankee doodle dandy, the early woman’s lib movement, an epic battle between drinking songs and early temperance songs, a dream sequence where the audience is blindfolded and the heteronormative narrative as colonization.
Walt Whitman and Stephen Foster go head to head for the title of Father of the American Song, culminating in the queerest Civil War Reenactment in history. Oh, and: a production of The Mikado set on Mars.
A Jewish tenement, a WWI trench, a speakeasy, a depression, a zoot suit riot all make the white people flee the cities.
Bayard Rustin’s March on Washington leads to a queer riot, sexual deviance as revolution, radical lesbians, and a community building itself while under siege.
A 24-DECADE HISTORY OF POPULAR MUSIC is Taylor Mac’s multi-year effort to chart a subjective history of the United States through is a unique mash-up of music, history, performance, and art that were popular throughout the country, and in its disparate communities, from 1776 to the present day.
Join fashion designer and Britex Fabrics guest blogger Jamie Lau for a two-hour interactive workshop on fashion design. This inspirational and creative fashion design course will introduce you to the principles of fashion design, including basic fashion drawing techniques, creating mood boards for color selection, and fabric awareness. Students will have access to croquis (fashion figure templates), colored pencils, and markers for sketching. In addition, students will also create inspirational mood boards using magazine tears, fabric swatches, and collage. This course is open to students, aspiring fashion designers, stylists, fashionistas, and seamstresses alike.
$30. All materials are included..
Film Night in the Park is San Francisco's premiere outdoor film series. Over 125,000 people have attended Film Night in San Francisco since 2003. Films are presented free of charge on a giant outdoor screen in beautiful park settings. Attendees are encouraged to picnic before screenings and are discouraged from bringing chairs.