powerHouse Magazine Issue 5: Busted Exhibition

Posted on May 13, 2009 Under Art

Being up to no good entails a sort of madness and inspiration that often goes hand in hand with making great art. Sure nefarious leanings often lead to a fall in the wrong direction, but sometimes that's half the fun.…

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We Heart Urbanism

Posted on May 5, 2009 Under Art

We really do love urbanism, but this isn't just about our love of cities, it's about an art opening. The Dalston Superstore is cutting the red ribbon with a show featuring five artist's creating in cities around the world. Martin…

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San Francisco: Pop-Up Magazine

Posted on April 22, 2009 Under Art

Literature and multimedia-loving San Franciscans will enjoy Wednesday's Pop-Up Magazine, a night of live presentations from contributors to Wired, All Things Considered, Harper's, et al. Award-winning artists and authors on stage at the Brava Theater will include New York Times…

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Boogie Comes to Manhattan!

Posted on April 21, 2009 Under Art

Prolific street photographer (with incredible access), Boogie, who we covered several years ago has a best-of show coming up in Manhattan on Greene Street at the Altamont Showroom that is sure to be amazing. Details below: Thursday, April 30th. 9:00…

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Resin Collective Group Toy Show

Posted on April 10, 2009 Under Design
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Zombie Butt Touch

Posted on April 3, 2009 Under Music
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Hush x Veiled Beauty

Posted on April 1, 2009 Under Art

At first glance, British artist Hush's paintings have an obvious Japanese animation influence, but the chaotic backgrounds belie his street art roots that made his name in London. Take a look through a couple paintings made available as prints here.…

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San Francisco Ballet's Nights Out

Posted on March 31, 2009 Under Life

The San Francisco Ballet is facing many of the same issues confronting cultural and arts organizations all over the country: aging audiences, global recession, pricey tickets. To counter act these trends, they introduced some great programs to build community interest.…

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Swan Day 2009

Posted on March 27, 2009 Under Art

This Saturday marks the second international Support Women Artists Now (SWAN) day, a commemoration and series of celebrations to raise visibility for women artists around the world. Whether you're in Austin, Jerusalem, or Nairobi, there are a series of events…

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Underground Rebel Bingo

Posted on March 26, 2009 Under Life

London's got a reputation for having a seedy underground. Anything goes: drugs, hookers, knives ... bingo? Last week I ended up in the underbelly of the Underground Rebel Bingo Club. Under the guise of a neighborhood watch meeting the "too…

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