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Off a Cliff Productions / PlayGround present… Sleeping Cutie: A Fractured Fairy Tale Musical Music by Doug Katsaros / Lyrics/Book by Diane Sampson Directed by Cindy Goldfield / Music Direction by David Aaron Brown World Premiere – Limited Engagement – 4 Weeks Only! April 17 – May 11, 2014 Previews April 17 & 18 (Thurs. & Fri.) – Opens Sat. April 19 – 8:00 pm Thick House in SF http://sleepingcutiemusical.org…Find out more »
ASC Projects is proud to present Unmasking the Network, a group exhibition guest curated by Ben Valentine and showing work by contemporary artists, Silvio Lorusso, Clement Valla, James Bridle, Simone Niquille, and Nick Briz. The show begins on Friday, April 18th, with an opening reception that evening, and closes Sunday, May 18th. The works in Unmasking the Network seek to investigate and expose our hyper-connected world. These artists are pushing…Find out more »
Opening party Friday April 18, 5-9pm; Exhibit Friday 4/18 and Saturday 4/19, 2-5pm; by appt 4/20-28 You know what I’m seeing? An international photography group exhibition Curated by Gwen Lafage (Carte Blanche) and Patrick Aguilar (Owl & Tiger Books) You know what I’m seeing? is a group exhibition featuring photos by Adam Brochstein, Dennis Dehart, Alex Cretey Systermans, Patrick Gookin, Jordi Huisman, Dagmar Kolatschny, Ricardo Kump, Tammy Mercure, John Francis…Find out more »
Apr. 18: 8pm and Apr. 19: 3pm & 8pm RAWdance presents the 15th installation of the CONCEPT series, sharing some of the Bay Area’s most intriguing choreographic voices in an informal and intimate setting. The series promises to fulfill your cravings for quality dance art while keeping your belly full of popcorn. The CONCEPT series: 15 brings a wide array of top-notch creative talent. Jo Kreiter’s Flyaway Productions performs “Torque:…Find out more »
San Francisco, CA – Thousands of Northern California citizens will convene in downtown San Francisco to celebrate the city’s largest Earth Day festival on Saturday, April 19th, 2014 beginning at 10 am Pacific Standard Time. The event will take place in the heart of San Francisco’s downtown at UN Plaza/Civic Center Plaza. Earth Day San Francisco is designed to empower the people of the Bay Area community to address the…Find out more »
Workshop with Joshua White in person presented in association with Cinema Arts at The Exploratorium Note: This all-day workshop, from 11am–5pm will include a break for lunch (meals not provided). Admission: Included with museum admission ($20 for Bay Area residents!). To RSVP, contact email@example.com. More information can be found here The Joshua Light Show, innovators of the light show and based in New York City, will present a day-long workshop providing a rare, in-depth glimpse into…Find out more »
Create a self-portrait or a portrait of your favorite animal using felt, embroidered stitching and collage. Taught by artist and designer Joan Herlinger, participants will explore shape, texture, color and line. Snack will be provided. For children ages 8-12, children ages 6 and 7 welcome accompanied by an adult. $10. Presented by Museum of Craft and DesignFind out more »
Gen Kelsang Chöma will introduce modern Buddhist practices for improving our happiness, relationships, and ability to transform problems into opportunities. She will explain how we can begin to discover the nature of our mind and to actualize its extraordinary potential for lasting happiness through the joyful and heart-opening path of compassion and wisdom. Saturday afternoons we will be studying the text Modern Buddhism, a recent books by Geshe Kelsang Gyatso.…Find out more »