Ecstasy has left Patricia’s Green in San Francisco. We are sorry to see her go! We will miss you Ecstasy, thanks for hanging out with us for such a long time!
Untitled, a photo by AkeLeslie on Flickr. On Thursday Nov. 3 Sean Orlando and some of the crew from both the Nautilus and the Raygun Gothic Rocketship brought the Nautilus to the Rocketship and had a little party! Sean Orlando gave a talk in the afternoon at Landor and Associates, then they all piled in the sub and drove it…Keep reading >>
The 4th Kind, a photo by ProudPinoy on Flickr. A new look at Bliss Dance. Thank you ProudPinoy for sharing your fabulous photo with us!
Karen Cusolito’s "Valiant Flowers", freshly installed, a photo by sfslim on Flickr. A photo from our own SFSlim of Karen’s amazing Valiant Flowers on Market, in collaboration with the San Francisco Arts Commission.
Bliss Dance, a photo by JDenault on Flickr. Bliss Dance dances toward you on this beautiful evening on Treasure Island. Thanks JDenault
Going Places, a photo by Brisan on Flickr. A beautiful day in San Francisco to share the Raygun Gothic Rocketship. Thanks to Brisan for the panorama shot!
Valiant Flowers, a photo by tapbirds on Flickr. Facinating view of Valiant Flowers by Karen Cusolito. This piece was part of Market Street Blooms. Thanks tapbirds for the great photo!
Picture 057, a photo by arts.commission on Flickr. A crowd gathers around Karen Cusolito’s Valiant Flower on Market Street. It is part of Market Street Blooms. The Black Rock Arts Foundation collaborated with the San Francisco Arts Commission. Kind of looks like a tour group. What do you think?
Ecstasy again, a photo by K Jurgens on Flickr. Click on the photo to see the comments about how much San Francisco loves Ecstasy and this multi-dimentional photo of her!
Raygun Rocketship, a photo by littlewonderpics on Flickr. San Francisco is still loving the Raygun Gothic Rocketship. So do we!
MARKET STREET BLOOMS: 20-Foot Flower Sculptures In Central Market, a photo by mcgrayjr on Flickr. I love this shot of Karen Cusolito’s Dandelion. I do not think I have seen this level of detail before. Thanks mcgrayjr
One of our 2011 grant recipients, Mobule is going to be touring beginning in Paris, opening the FUTUR EN SEINE FESTIVAL, on June 19th. Then on to Barcelona, London, New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles. The Mobule is a travelling video sculpture that passes on recorded ‘messages of love’ from one city’s citizens to those of the next. This…Keep reading >>