This collection of underground films paints a highly-charged portrait of San Francisco during a unique period in the city’s filmmaking and cultural history.
"Michael Jang’s California" surveys the artist’s varied oeuvre through photographs, ephemera, and complementary works by Jang’s major influences.
Michael Jang and Sandra S. Phillips in conversation with MFA Founder and President Nion McEvoy about the exhibition Michael Jang’s California.
Writer Kim Addonizio curates an evening of performance that explores the self, place, and portraiture through poetry, prose, film, music, and more.
An award-winning documentary portrait of the iconic Garry Winogrand and conversation between director Sasha Waters Freyer and SFMOMA’s Erin O’Toole.
Score from the Day Before is at once a live score, film screening, and tape recording by the punk band No Age.
Artists and collectors explore the concept of the “edition” as an idea reproduced in limited quantities.
Alison O’Daniel’s 'The Tuba Thieves' (2013–) comprises several short films that center on acts of listening and producing sound.
Daniel Clowes takes visitors through his personal collection of Popsies figurines and their impact on his seminal comic book series Eightball.
Favianna Rodriguez leads a political printmaking workshop inspired by editions’ historical roles in social movements.
Enrique Chagoya discusses the satire and social commentary of his work "One Recession Watchdog (Instant Update)," 2011.
Filmmaker Alison O’Daniel discusses her ongoing series The Tuba Thieves with guest curator Tanya Zimbardo.