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KQED Public Media

San Francisco, CA, United States

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Past articles by Sarah:

de Young Museum Acquires 42 New Works by Bay Area Artists

The acquisitions, funded by a $1 million donation, will be exhibited in 2023. → Read More

How an Underground Network of Women Helped Facilitate Abortions Pre-Roe v. Wade

‘Jane’ gave an estimated 11,000 women access to safe, affordable, illegal abortions between 1968 and 1973. → Read More

Bay Area High Schoolers Get Their Own Film Fest at the New Parkway

Glimpse the future of homegrown filmmaking at the REEL Oakland Film Festival on May 28. → Read More

We’ve Got the Names of SFMOMA’s 2022 SECA Art Award Finalists

The semi-biennial award for Bay Area artists will result in an exhibition and publication with the museum. → Read More

‘Frustrating’ Delays in City Funding Affect Over 200 SF Arts Nonprofits

Nonprofits large and small are waiting on paperwork and funds from a severely understaffed Grants for the Arts. → Read More

Didier William’s ‘Siklon’ Sizzles With Stormy Energy

Combining a range of mark-making methods, the artist creates richly textured paintings of androgynous figures. → Read More

Judy Chicago (Finally) Gets Her Due in de Young Retrospective

The 82-year-old artist’s somber and celebratory retrospective cements her role in the history of feminist art. → Read More

In Ebony G. Patterson’s ‘Garden,’ Hidden Dangers and Delights

The artist’s solo show at the ICA San José turns the transformed gallery space into a night garden. → Read More

Rosie Lee Tompkins’ Mesmerizing Quilts on Grand Display at BAMPFA

‘Rosie Lee Tompkins’ at BAMPFA triumphantly unveils the museum’s enormous new collection of quilts. → Read More

‘Calder-Picasso’ Pairs the Art—Not the Artists—In a Decades-Long Discourse

The de Young exhibition proves the artists’ work still has plenty to say nearly 50 years after their deaths. → Read More

SFMOMA, Asian Art Museum Announce Reopenings in Early October

The museums are both offering days of free admission to celebrate their reopenings. → Read More

Future Artifacts Gaze Back in Erica Deeman’s ‘Familiar Stranger’

The sculptural self-portraits at Anthony Meier Fine Arts pair intense physicality with a digital remove. → Read More

New Grants from MSP Foundation to Fund Black Voices and Arts Equity

Two programs will distribute grants of $10,000 to California-based individuals and Bay Area organizations. → Read More

Was Your Exhibition Canceled? There’s a New Grant for That

A new relief fund for Bay Area artists provides aid for those who prepared for exhibitions that have been canceled or delayed. → Read More

Bookstores Face Weeks of Closure Just as Readers Need Them Most

Bookstores offer what online retailers can’t: a sense of community. Now, that very advantage is a danger. → Read More

A 2020 Guide to San Francisco’s Art Fairs, Untitled and FOG

The fairs bring plenty more than booths of art; plot your weekend to take advantage of copious satellite programming. → Read More

Museum Stores Are Secretly the Best Places to Buy Gifts—Here’s Why

We talked to gift shop employees across the Bay Area to find you well-designed, locally relevant and thoughtful gifts. → Read More

Mark Your Calendars, SFMOMA is Free on Dec. 8

All exhibitions and programs are open to the public on the museum's last free day of 2019. → Read More

Bay Area Archives Host a Deeply Nerdy, History-Filled 'Crawl'

The California Historical Society and the Labor and Archives Research Center play host to nearly a dozen Bay Area archives to tell hands-on stories about California history. → Read More

'The Last Black Man in San Francisco' Screens Just Blocks from its Fillmore Setting

PROXY's fall season of outdoor film screenings includes a local favorite. → Read More