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Friday, November 28, 2014, 7:30 pm, [$5 members/students- $10]
Sarah Jane Lapp’s “Sweet Work: Sugar and Power”

Sf Cinematheque presents: Sweet Work: Sugar and Power Sarah Jane Lapp In Person Once producing half of the nation’s sugar, the Domino Sugar Refinery was a paragon of industrialism and labor in South Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Reprising a screening presented at Williamsburg’s UnionDocs in July 2014, this program presents a trio of films which examine labor history... Read more »

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ATA On The Radio: The “last bastion of freak culture” on Valencia turns 30

The good people at KALW have done a feature on ATA’s 30th birthday. Take a listen here:

Almost Public/Semi-Exposed: Installed Performance at ATA

This November, ATA Window Gallery is excited to present a series of installed performances ranging from movement to musical, ritual to reenactment, interactive to endurance. All month long, walk on by, peek inside – free for all curious passers by! Featuring: April Dean (11/8, 11/9) Mirabelle Jones (11/15) Dan and Cheryl (11/16) Amanda Chaudhary (11/17)… Read more »

One Summer, Two Analog Views: The Art of Hanna Quevedo & Joshua Nissen King


This October and November the ATA Gallery is featuring a collaboration by two San Francisco based artists, photographer Hanna Quevedo and painter Joshua Nissen King. Here’s a selection of pieces from their show.             Relevant Links:  


ATA is pleased to co-present at:  3rd i’s 12th ANNUAL SF INTERNATIONAL SOUTH ASIAN FILM FESTIVAL  (Nov 6-9 in San Francisco; Nov 15 in Palo Alto) ————————————————————- Psychedelic Cinema: Radhe, Radhe + Shorts Nov 9, 2014 5:30 pm  New People Cinema An explosion of color and sound on the silver screen captures the essence of this program of shorts. In… Read more »

“Home” for Sale

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          Better Homes & Gardens Today Megan Wilson and Christopher Statton are in ATA’s display window, painting hundreds of signs with one word on them: “Home.” Black letters and a flower spell out the word in English or other languages, each on a solid color background. Sold in pairs for $100,… Read more »

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