Gary Kamiya and Paul Madonna: The Unknown San Francisco
San Francisco Chronicle columnist Gary Kamiya and artist Paul Madonna are two of the most critically acclaimed contemporary chroniclers of San Francisco.
Now, they join forces for a new book, Spirits of San Francisco, marrying image and text in a way no book about the city has done before. Kamiya's captivating narratives accompany Madonna's masterful pen-and-ink drawings, breathing life into San Francisco sites both iconic and obscure.
In this COVID era, when San Francisco faces unprecedented challenges, come hear from two of the city's wisest observers about what makes San Francisco special and what the future may hold.
This is a free, online-only program; donations made during registration are appreciated
Books can be purchased during registration (U.S. domestic addresses only)
Kamiya photo by Alfred Castino; Madonna photo by Joen Madonna
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