Artificial Intelligence in the Arts: Creators or Tools?

It’s the question that is defining our century: are computers taking over? For years pop culture…

The Light is Still On: the 23rd Thacher Art and Architecture Annual

While the Thacher Gallery prides itself on displaying the work of local artists, its most recent…

Art and Politics in Prison: Ai Weiwei at Alcatraz

Emily Pinnell-Stewart  Staff Writer The sensational political artist, Ai Weiwei, is having an exhibit on Alcatraz…

Art Meets Science in “STEAMED” Exhibit

“No Vacancies”, on display until March 2 in the Thacher Gallery of Gleeson Library, is a…

Mexican Sculptures: ¡Ay, que Fabulosa!

USF has partnered with The Mexican Museum to present ¡Escultura!. It is a collection of metal…

Art Grips Russia by the Balls

This past week my attention was drawn to Russia, when I learned that a man in…

Floral Prints With San Francisco Roots

New exhibit in Thacher is up! Aroused Tranquility: Graphic Botanicals

“Richar Kamler: A Retrospective” A Powerful Exhibit for Social Change at the Thacher Gallery

An overview of Thacher Gallery's newest exhibit, featuring Richard Kamler

Monsters in the Bookshelf: Thacher Gallery’s installation is more lovable than scary

A review of Thacher Gallery's current exhibit, showing in Gleeson Library

Rebecca Solnit Inspires “Infinite” City Living

Author and artist Rebecca Solnit presented a book discussion on her title, Infinite City.