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February Arts Pipeline

February Arts Pipeline

Though the recent weather would suggest it's closer to May, it is indeed February in the Bay Area. With that, we have another month of amazing performance recommendations to share with you. Whether you decide to check out The House that will not Stand, commissioned...

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The Arts in Boomtown: San Francisco’s Space Crisis

The Arts in Boomtown: San Francisco’s Space Crisis

Tensions around space and housing amid San Francisco’s red-hot real estate market are about as high as, well, the high-rises currently being constructed in the city. Discouraging are some of the reactions fueling the mounting pressures, eager to pin the blame on one...

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January Arts Pipeline

January Arts Pipeline

Happy New Year, everyone. In 2014, we're happy to continue the tradition of offering monthly recommendations of performances by current and past grantees of the Kenneth Rainin Foundation. Please enjoy! Arts Building Consortium + Alternative Conservatory – FRESH...

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Sundance Entry Has Strong Ties to Bay Area

Sundance Entry Has Strong Ties to Bay Area

Hellion, which makes its world premiere at January's Sundance Film Festival in the U.S. dramatic competition, was completed with the help of a $70,000 San Francisco Film Society/Kenneth Rainin Foundation postproduction grant. Read more about the film in this San...

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Sundance Success

Sundance Success

We’re over the moon at the news that FOUR of the independent films supported by the San Francisco Film Society/Kenneth Rainin Foundation (SFFS/KRF) filmmaking grants will be screened at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival. Read the announcement issued by the Kenneth...

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December Arts Pipeline

December Arts Pipeline

The year is winding down and the holidays have begun. What better way to celebrate the season than to take a friend or loved one to see a performance by some of the Bay Area's most talented local artists? Check out the Arts Program's recommendations for December...

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The NEW Creative Community (and Why It Matters)

The NEW Creative Community (and Why It Matters)

Grantmakers in the Arts’ (GIA) organizers aimed to entice with the new: “A NEW conference in a NEW OLD city!” read the description for the annual convening. With rotating host cities, this year’s theme for Philadelphia was, “The NEW Creative Community.” The new ideas,...

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