Visitors enjoy the 2011 MFA Graduate Exhibition at the Winery SF on Treasure Island.


Since its founding in 1871, SFAI has sought to educate artists within an environment that presents the most advanced and experimental forms of contemporary art.

Through exhibitions, lectures, symposia, films, and interdisciplinary events, SFAI provides direct access to major practitioners and theorists of contemporary global culture, and connects students to the larger community of art and ideas. All events and exhibitions are free and open to the public.
Wrong's What I Do Best
Thursday, April 24-July 26, 2014
Walter and McBean Galleries

Working against both correctness and failure, Wrong’s What I Do Best revels in repeated derailments to present the work of artists who prod the edges of our world. 

Wrong's What I Do Best » Closing Reception
Thursday, July 24, 2014

Join SFAI for the closing celebration of Wrong’s What I Do Best featuring a beer garden hosted by Fort Point Beer Company and a special outdoor screening of the 1983 drama Tender Mercies.

John de Fazio
Friday, July 25, 2014
Lecture Hall

John de Fazioʼs work centers on commemorative sculptures that objectify alternative reactions to pivotal moments in pop culture. His stated goal is “the desire to make allegorical fetish objects as cultural artifacts that serve as historic relics for the future.”