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As I was staying across 3rd St from the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, I took the time to spend some time with the exhibits.
This facility is multi-purpose, as it hosts ballet, and other performance art, but also has an exhibit, or two...More
I've seen the Smuin Ballet at Yerba Buena several times and have never been disappointed . This contemporary company is not to be missed. If you ever get a chance to see a production do yourself a favor and go .
Sachs and the other exhibit were surreal. Not sure I understood either. I'm a space buff whose mom is an artist, so I've seen some far out exhibits in my time. Trying to understand the statement both artists were trying to convey.
Enjoyed a wonderful show. We were a group of 4 couples with varying degrees of interest in ballet (some had none)! By the end of the show all of us were up clapping & cheering with a big smiles on our faces & snowflakes in...More
Candidly, we very were disappointed in the content and quality of the exhibits here. The museum sign “Art of Making Things Happen” led to a let-down. We anticipated a more creative museum experience (think proactively, advancing the human race through ingenuity). Not here, not for...More
Wonderful, well-organized, if small gallery of modern, politically-engaged art. Not very expensive to get in ($10 normally, $8 for students and teachers), with about four large galleries to go through. I remember all of them making an impression-- from the parody music video advocating for...More
The Showcase is a wonderful evening - we come from Sacramento and don't know anybody in the Ballet School. But the quality of the dancing and the presentation make it a lovely evening. The theatre itself is very nice - we sat in the balcony...More
Came to see the Smuin Ballet and was greatly entertained. Perfect venue for dance. Centrally located, we spent a short time across the street at the SF Museum of Modern Art. Afterwards, there was an open air event in the park itself.