The Exploratorium is a very
special place: a museum of science, art, and human perception with over
650 interactive "hands on" exhibits. Each year more than 660,000
visitors come to the Exploratorium, over 67,000 children come on field trips,
and more than 500 teachers are trained there. 601 Lyon Street, San Francisco
CA 94123 (415.561-0360/ e-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org)
The San Francisco Digital Media
Center is a non-profit community arts production and training facility.
Joe's Digital Diner is a cool place to get familiar with what these great
people do. Community activists, Storytelling Evangelsists, Arts Crusaders.
3435 Caesar Chavez Blvd @ Valencia #220, SF 94110 (415.824-9395/ e-mail:
ATA is a non-profit,
artist-managed, media arts center. that seeks to expand the dialogue about
film, video and television as tools of communication and artistic expression.
992 Valencia Street, S.F. 94110 (415.824.3890) e-mail: ata@SIRIUS.COM)
ANON SALON is a
nearly monthly party/event/performance that showcases the diversity of art
and performance activity in the Bay Area. Located in a gallery space on
9th Street, South of Market, with occasional excursions off-site, ANON SALON
is in its fourth year, though its roots go back through Climate Theatre
to gallery and Glashaus parties of the early 80's. email: (415.626-6422/
George Coates Performance Works
presents large scale multimedia theatrical spectacles that employ extensive
digital imaging technology. Recent shows have also used real-time network
connections in innovative ways. 110 McAllister St.
Survival Research Labs stages giant
outdoor performances involving ritualized interactions between machines,
robots, and special effects devices, for purposes of socio-political satire.Humans
are present only as audience or operators.
SF Raves Calendar provides the definitive online update of where and
when what is happening in the ravin' world.