Headlands Heroes

  Henri Matisse one said, “Creativity takes courage.” It’s a truth every artist knows, especially during their art opening. Every show marks a breakthrough in their career, for a new beginning. Why? Because a world of possibilities can begin. Enter, Headlands Center for the Arts annual benefit art auction, featuring work by over 100 artists…

The Legion of Honor is Highly Stylish

  The glamorous gowns on the mannequins were well-matched by museum-goers at the premiere of the Legion of Honor’s “High Style” exhibit. Some favorite frocks from Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection were on a field trip from their home in New York’s Metropolitan Museum, and San Francisco swans put on their best bib and tucker to…

San Francisco General Hospital Hearts Beat As One

  San Francisco General Hospital Foundation celebrated their tenth annual “Hearts in San Francisco” fundraiser with day-into-night soirees on the playing field of AT&T Park.  “The General,” as it is affectionately known, serves San Francisco’s neediest medical cases, and also houses a lifesaving Level-1 Trauma Center. The luncheon and evening dance party honored three of…

House of Spirits: The Exploratorium

  San Francisco’s illustrious science museum, the Exploratorium, recently transformed itself into “The House Of Spirits,” for the fifth annual fundraiser known as Science of Cocktails. The space which is the equivalent length of three football fields (along the Embarcadero waterfront), displays more than 600 interactive exhibits that test the perimeters of physics and human…

In LIVING Color: Keith Haring in SF

  Current day San Francisco seems to be housing a creative rush, more than ever. Not just the land for apps, but a hotbed for true artist types, who are re-emerging as part of the Bay Area’s 2.0 tech-renaissance movement. It’s simultaneously wonderful and ironic to see Keith Haring’s work displayed in a museum. In…