The Art Critique Comedy Show is a monthly concept show at rotating art gallery spaces in San Francisco. The creators and co-producers of the show, Jordan Cerminara and Jeremy Talamantes, curate five pieces of thrift store art for every event that, they themselves, and three guest comedians comically pick apart for your laughing pleasure. Before the show starts, there is an open gallery of the art with free beer and cheese pizza. Immediately following the show, there are raffle prizes from the show's sponsor (Artist & Craftsman Supply) and all featured thrift art is auctioned off. Come check out an original comedy experience like you've never seen before!
San Francisco based humorist, Jordan Cerminara, uses stand-up and cartooning to bring you a little closer to his existential plane of weird. From small town class clown to Bay Area buffoon, his wordplay-laden misdirection takes you on a journey through odd musings and silly voices. Covering the adventures of job-hopping to having more body hair than one man needs, his comedy gives a classic take on self-deprecating humor a fuzzy twist of strange.
Jeremy Talamantes is half Mexican, half White and full on funny. The day he dropped out of community college he solemnly swore to make others chuckle. Coming out of San Francisco but repping San Jose, this 25-year-old Bay Area native is a blue collar slacker with a taste for the goofier things in life. He has traveled up and down both coasts playing anywhere from bars and cafes to theaters and comedy clubs in order to uphold his oath.