Come and celebrate the Year of the Rat here at the Garden. The Canadian Chinese Artist's Federation is pleased to present their most beautiful collection of Chinese paintings that celebrate the traditions of Chinese New Year. Chinatown community street fair in San Francisco: 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. This fair features lantern and kite making, calligraphy, folk dances and more. There are even some acrobats and lion dancing going on during the day in the city's Chinatown. Chinese New Year's Art Exhibit in Vancouver, Canada: 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. through Feb. 26. This exhibit at the Dr. Sun Yat Sen Chinese Garden features a collection of Chinese paintings that celebrate the traditions of the New Year.
The City of San Francisco was one of the best places for lovers to celebrate their Valentine's Day. The city is a great place to kiss and propose. San Francisco is a wonderful place to spend your romantic time to share a drink and chocolates. Places like Fort Point and Cliff House are the best place for the first kiss. So are you planning to propose? Then you should move over to the traditional Ocean Beach or to the Union Square. Places like Stow Lake, Washington Square Park and Wave Organ are the most romantic spots. Other tourist places like Conservatory of Flowers and Alamo Square are great place for a twilight picnic.
The visual art show represents some amazing arts in San Francisco and this the correct time to move on to San Francisco. "Fluid" features works by artists dealing with H2O in all its facets in universal art form." Jamie Spinello creates imaginary systems of transformation, where shapes are allowed to grow and assume new manifestations. She extracts forms with razors, searching for them in both transparent and opaque materials. Cutting plastic, Mylar, and paper enable her to construct multiple layers, which make the progression and transitions within my work very flexible and unfixed during creation. Dana Hemenway, in addition to showing her own artwork Dana has curated exhibitions at Artists Television Access, the San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery and was on a jury for Root Division. Both her curatorial projects and artwork have been reviewed- curatorial work in the SF Bay Guardian and SF Weekly and artwork in Afterimage Magazine. Dana has worked in the fine arts printmaking industry, as a teaching assistant at UC Santa Cruz and is currently the gallery manager at the San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery. This show involves more arts by the artist like (Kimberlee Koym, Molly DeCoudreaux, and Jana Rumberger).