Transaction Net Ultimate Resources:
Art in San Francisco
- The San
Francisco Ballet is the oldest classical ballet company in the US. This
award-winning site lists upcoming events, classes, and more.
- Smuin Ballets/SF
was founded in
1994 by the renowned choreographer Michael Smuin,
Director of the San Francisco Ballet.
- Lines Contemporary
founded by world-renowned choreographer Alonzo King.
- The Center for
the Arts at Yerba Buena Gardens is a major visual and performing arts
complex with a very wide array of installations and events. Their
award-winning site lists upcoming events
several months ahead.
- San Francisco
Performances celebrates its 17th Anniversary this year with a great
music/theater performance schedule as well as a new web page!
- Art on the Net is a
place for artists
share their works on the net in virtual galleries. Also includes art news
and happenings but is mostly a meeting place for artists.
- If performing arts and theatre are your passion, the California Shakespeare
Festival has a
page loaded with information about their shows and more.
- A proud and relatively new addition to the City's art community is the
San Francisco Museum of
Modern Art or
SFMOMA. Included here are a listing of public programs, a calendar of
events and selections from the
- Opera fans visiting San Francisco should not miss the 97-98
Season of the glorious San Francisco Opera.
- Over the past 28 years, Seiichi Tanaka and the San Francisco Taiko
Dojo have developed taiko from a primitive folk art to a powerful,
sophisticated synthesis of rhythm, harmony, and body movement. The first
and most dynamic Taiko group in the country, S.F. Taiko Dojo put on many events
throughout the year worth attending.
- If you're interested in eclectic contemporary art, you may want to make an appointment to visit the Arthaus
in Nob Hill.
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