We've got a number of fun ways you can bring San Francisco's trendsetting culture into your home before you get cabin fever.

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June 1, 2021

Bring San Francisco Culture Into Your Home

The days are a little longer, the trees a little greener, and the vaccine? A little more readily available. Just as spring is restoring some life to our beautiful scenery here in San Francisco, the availability of the COVID-19 vaccine is beginning to revive a bit of our cultural scene. This season, our arts and culture offerings vary from digital to in-person. As information continues to change daily, be sure to double-check websites or call ahead to review any safety protocols and possible changes.

Art

Close to Home: Creativity in Crisis at SFMOMA - Through Sept. 5

SFMOMA’s "Close to Home: Creativity in Crisis" showcases seven Bay Area artists’ responses to the pandemic and civil unrest of 2020. Featuring work by Carolyn Drake, Rodney Ewing, Andres Gonzalez, James Gouldthorpe, Klea McKenna, Tucker Nichols, and Woody De Othello, the exhibition explores the vast range of emotions felt throughout the year—from fear and isolation to hope and humor—through various mediums. Entry to this exhibition is included with general admission to the museum.

Comedy

Crazy Funny Asians - Every Friday Night

Unwind on Friday nights with a free (donations are encouraged) comedy stream from Crazy Funny Asians. Comedian K. Cheng (NBC's Stand Up for Diversity) hosts a rotating cast of stand-ups for 45 minutes of solid comedy gold. The show is hosted via Zoom and can only accommodate the first 100 attendees, so be sure to RSVP ahead of time.

THE ARTS ARE OPEN

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