BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 CALSCALE:GREGORIAN PRODID:iCalendar-Ruby VERSION:2.0 BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Join us as OMCA comes alive for the 22nd annual community ce lebration honoring Days of the Dead traditions. Craft activities\, tasty fo od\, dance and music groups\, colorful ofrendas\, and ceremonia bring the c ommunity together for this healing tradition. Watch demonstrations of tradi tional Mesoamerican arts and cooking\, and browse Days of the Dead merchand ise by local artisans for your home altar at our mercado. Enjoy performance s ranging from contemporary popular music to folkloric dance to mariachi. J oin in a procession to open the celebration led by Aztec dancers and Days o f the Dead committee members. View community-created altars throughout the OMCA Gardens paying homage to loved ones lost. Enjoy live performances feat uring Gabriela Sepulveda\, Mariachi Tapatio\, Ballet Folklorico Costa de Or o de San Lorenzo\, and Bang Data at the 10th Street Amphitheater and the Ma in Stage at the OMCA Garden. A selection of festive food highlighting the B ay Area's diversity of cuisines will be available for purchase from Off the Grid food trucks.

\n

 \;

DTEND:20161016T163000 DTSTAMP:20160927T212736 DTSTART:20161016T120000 GEO:37.797984;-122.261606 LOCATION:Oakland Museum of California\,1000 Oak Street \nOakland\, CA 94607 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:22nd Annual Days of the Dead Community Celebration UID:429380 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Nov. 4 from 3 to 9 pm\; Nov. 5 from 10 am - 4 pm

\n

OMC A will host the third annual Indian Market at Oakland Museum of California on Friday\, November 4 from 3 to 9 pm and Saturday\, November 5 from 10 am to 4 pm. One of the only Indian markets of its kind in California\, the eve nt features more than 20 local artists and artisans\, including items such as traditional hand-woven baskets\, ceramic housewares\, jewelry\, apparel\ , and more. Presented in partnership with News from Native California\, the Market is an opportunity to purchase authentic California Indian products directly from the makers. Kicking off in tandem with Friday Nights @ OMCA o n November 4\, visitors and shoppers are invited to peruse works and meet t he artists from the California Indian community.

Vendors includ e:
* Jennifer Bates of the Central Sierra Northern Miwok tribe (baske try)
* Marcia Christoff of the Pomo and Wailaki tribes (California nat ive jewelry and regalia)
* Gill Velasquez and Terri Dow of the Chumash tribe (basketry\, beaded jewelry\, flutes\, Scrimshaw)
* Kimberly Ste venot from the Northern Sierra Miwok tribe (traditional cultural arts\, jew elry\, baskets)
* Neal Martinez of the Paiute and Dine tribes (native jewelry)
* Ted Mantzouranis Jr. of the Tuolumne Me-Wuk tribe (jewelry)
* Joyce Norrell from the Karuk tribe (ceramics)
* Ty Day of the Tuolumne Me-Wuk tribe (bows and arrows)

\n

 \;

DTEND:20161104T210000 DTSTAMP:20160927T212736 DTSTART:20161104T150000 GEO:37.797984;-122.261606 LOCATION:Oakland Museum of California\,1000 Oak Street \nOakland\, CA 94607 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:3rd Annual Indian Market at Oakland Museum of California UID:429357 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Are you free Friday Night? We are.

Kick-start you r weekend with free general admission\, live music\, art-making\, cocktails \, film screenings\, panel discussions\, lectures and exhibition tours\, al l in the name of art.

Join us on Friday\, September 30th\, for t he 6th Annual Tiara Sensation Pageant\, where contestants show their artist ic talents to woo the audience and persuade the judges to crown one of them the next Tiara Sensation of San Francisco.

Join us for:
&bull\; Conversation with 'Paulson Bott Press: Celebrating Twenty Years ' artists Hung Liu and Christopher Brown in Koret Auditorium at 7:15 pm&nbs p\;
&bull\; 6th Annual Tiara Sensation Pageant by SOME THING \;
&bull\; Mixed-media art-making stations
&bull\; James Turrell's Thr ee Gems in \;the Osher Sculpture Garden during its optimal viewing time &mdash\;at sunset! Open 5&ndash\;8:45 pm
&bull\; &lsquo\;mix-tape&rsqu o\; artist-in-residence reception for t.w.five \;

For more i nformation visit: \;deyoungmuseum.org/fridays \;

Conn ect with us!

Find us @deyoungmuseum on Twitter and Instagram.&nb sp\;#thenightisdeYoung

Please note: Public program s and permanent collection admission are free. An additional $10 fee applie s for admission to 'Ed Ruscha and the Great American West'. Additional fees apply for drinks and dining.

DTEND:20160930T204500 DTSTAMP:20160927T212736 DTSTART:20160930T170000 GEO:37.7709335;-122.4688276 LOCATION:de Young Museum\,Golden Gate Park 50 Hagiwara Tea Garden Drive\nSa n Francisco\, CA 94118 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Friday Nights at the de Young: A Night of Sensations UID:429343 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:
\n
\n
\n
\n
\n

A fashion staple a nd cultural icon\, sneakers are worn by millions of people and seem to tran scend generations and socioeconomic status. Explore the significance\, comp lex design history\, and evolution of these shoes in Out of the Box: Th e Rise of Sneaker Culture\, the first exhibition of its kind in the Un ited States\, opening at the Oakland Museum of California in December 2016.

\n

View more than 160 iconic sneakers f rom the 19th century to the present\, including rare collectibles from the archives of brand-name manufacturers such as Adidas\, Nike\, Puma\, and Ree bok\, and selections from renowned sneaker collectors&mdash\;affectionately known as &ldquo\;sneakerheads&rdquo\;&mdash\;including hip-hop group Run D MC\, sneaker guru Bobbito Garcia\, and Dee Wells of Obsessive Sneaker D isorder. Reflect on how sneakers represent identity and sports fashion \, and share your thoughts on what it means to be &ldquo\;Town-fitted&rdquo \; Oakland-style. Experience film footage\, photographs\, design drawings\, and interactive media showcasing the history\, technical advancements\, an d fashion trends that have played a role in the sneaker&rsquo\;s evolution.

\n

Learn more about \;Out of the Box: The Rise of Sneaker Culture.

\n

Out of t he Box: The Rise of Sneaker Culture is organized by the American Federa tion of Arts and the Bata Shoe Museum. The exhibition is curated by Elizabe th Semmelhack\, Senior Curator of the Bata Shoe Museum.  \; \;

\n

The OMCA presentation is organiz ed by Evelyn Orantes\, OMCA Curator of Public Practice.

\n

< /p>\n

\n
\n
\n
\n
\n

 \;

DTEND:20170402 DTSTAMP:20160927T212736 DTSTART:20161222 GEO:37.797984;-122.261606 LOCATION:Oakland Museum of California\,1000 Oak Street \nOakland\, CA 94607 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Out of the Box: The Rise of Sneaker Culture UID:429280 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20161222T170000 DTSTAMP:20160927T212736 DTSTART:20161222T110000 GEO:37.797984;-122.261606 LOCATION:Oakland Museum of California\,1000 Oak Street \nOakland\, CA 94607 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Out of the Box: The Rise of Sneaker Culture UID:429281 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Social movement\, political pa rty\, cultural influencer\, government target\, and Oakland-born&mdash\;the re are many ways to feel about the Black Panther Party for Self Defense\, f ounded in October 1966. As the Black Panther Party celebrates its 50th anni versary this year\, visit the exhibition All Power to the People f or a contemporary view on the legacy of this visionary group\, told from mu ltiple perspectives. Rare historical artifacts\, first person accounts\, an d new contemporary art show how the Party continues to inspire culture\, ac tivism\, and community empowerment on local\, national\, and international levels.  \;

\n

Gain insights from fo rmer Black Panthers\, artists\, scholars\, and community members about the Party&mdash\;and how it continues to impact our lives and give meaning to t he places around us. Examine a sweeping array of artifacts from OMCA&rsquo\ ;s collection and former Party members\, along with never before seen photo graphs highlighting the everyday experiences and moments within the Party&r squo\;s history. Uncover little-known aspects of this innovative group&rsqu o\;s past in sections focusing on unheralded members of the movement such a s women and rank and file\, the Panthers&rsquo\; revolutionary social progr ams\, and how secret government programs led to the Party&rsquo\;s demise a nd influenced how it is remembered today. Throughout\, consider why the Pan thers remain controversial to some and inspirational to many\, and how thei r political agenda continues to resonate with the social justice efforts to day.

DTEND:20170212 DTSTAMP:20160927T212736 DTSTART:20161008 GEO:37.797984;-122.261606 LOCATION:Oakland Museum of California\,1000 Oak Street \nOakland\, CA 94607 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:All Power to the People: Black Panthers at 50 UID:429278 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20161008T180000 DTSTAMP:20160927T212736 DTSTART:20161008T100000 GEO:37.797984;-122.261606 LOCATION:Oakland Museum of California\,1000 Oak Street \nOakland\, CA 94607 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:All Power to the People: Black Panthers at 50 UID:429279 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:
\n
\n
\n
\n
\n

"This installa tion is the perfect opportunity to explore the many different ways in which Oaklanders take pride in this city and legendary team.&rdquo\; \;< /em>&mdash\;Associate Curator\, Contemporary History and Trends Suzann e Fischer

\n
\n

Relive all the energ y and excitement. Celebrate the Golden State Warriors&rsquo\; 2015 NBA Cham pionship and 2015-16 record-breaking season with 73 wins in Warriors Pr ide\, Oakland Pride\, a new installation in the Gallery of California History. Get up close with authentic 2015 championship memorabilia and item s worn by individual players. View a 2015 Championship Ring\, a jersey sign ed by the entire 2015 Championship team\, a signed basketball by this year& rsquo\;s incredible 73-9 team\, and sneakers worn by players Klay Thompson\ , Harrison Barnes\, and Festus Ezeli. Send a message to your favorite Warri or and engage in conversation with the team on social media. Snap a selfie with large-scale images of Warriors players and celebratory snapshots from the 2015 championship parade. Embrace a momentous time for Dubs fans and Oa kland and show Strength in Numbers as you share your own memories and hopes for the history-making hometown team.

\n
\n

#MuseumofDubs

\n
\n
\n
\n
\n
DTEND:20161030 DTSTAMP:20160927T212736 DTSTART:20160617 GEO:37.797984;-122.261606 LOCATION:Oakland Museum of California\,1000 Oak Street \nOakland\, CA 94607 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Warriors Pride\, Oakland Pride UID:429277 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:
\n
\n
\n

"This exhibitio n is a microcosm of the conversation about gentrification that&rsquo\;s goi ng on in Oakland and the Bay Area&hellip\; It amplifies those voices throug h art and provides another way to enter this complex conversation.&rdquo\;& nbsp\;&mdash\;Artist Chris Treggiari

\n

What does home mean to you? For people in West Oakland\, and all over this city\, the answers to this question are extraordinarily diverse\, rich ly complex\, and surprisingly simple. Oakland\, I want you to know&hell ip\; gets at the heart of this important conversation during a time of accelerating social\, economic\, and demographic change in West Oakland\, as seen through the eyes of the community.

\n

Enter into environments inspired by iconic West Oakland buildings&mda sh\;a classic Victorian home\, a contemporary loft\, a community garden\, a nd the now-shuttered historic Esther&rsquo\;s Orbit Room&mdash\;that play h ost to a series of conversations with longtime residents\, newcomers\, arti sts\, activists\, and community leaders. Experience artwork that asks provo cative questions about who has the right to space and how land is used\, an d share your own thoughts about what is happening throughout Oakland right now. Encounter video installations\, compelling images\, and community book -making projects that capture the voices and tenor of this conversation. A community-led exhibition guided by artist Chris Treggiari and OMCA Curator of Public Practice Evelyn Orantes\, Oakland\, I want you to know&hellip \; features work by artists and contributors including Alex Frantz Gha ssan\, Fantastic Negrito\, Julie Plasencia\, Michael Wertz\, Querido Galdo\ , Angie Wilson\, and organizations such as City Slicker Farms\, Youth Radio \, Acta Non Verba\, Town Park\, and Visual Element. Take part in these movi ng and complex conversations from the neighborhood&mdash\;told through the voices of the people\, organizations\, and businesses that call West Oaklan d home.

\n

#OaklandIWantYouToKnow

\ n

Oakland\, I want you to know&hellip\; is supported by a grant from The James Irvine Foundation with additional s upport from the Oakland Museum Women&rsquo\;s Board\, the California Arts C ouncil\, and members of the Donor Forum including Doris Fisher\, Virginia R obison Furth\, Lance and Katherine Gyorfi\, and The Mendelson Family Fund.  \;

\n

The James Irv
 ine Foundation \;Oakland Museum Women's Board \;  \;  \;California Arts Council

\n
\n
\n< /div>\n

 \;

DTEND:20161030 DTSTAMP:20160927T212736 DTSTART:20160723 GEO:37.797984;-122.261606 LOCATION:Oakland Museum of California\,1000 Oak Street \nOakland\, CA 94607 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Oakland\, I want you to know...\, Alex Frantz Ghassan\, Fantastic N egrito\, Julie Plasencia\, Michael Wertz\, Querido Galdo\, Angie Wilson UID:429276 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20161223 DTSTAMP:20160927T212736 DTSTART:20161021 GEO:37.7855102;-122.399445 LOCATION:Gagosian Gallery - San Francisco\,657 Howard Street \nSan Francisc o\, CA 94105 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Mind Moves\, Urs Fischer UID:429274 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20161021T190000 DTSTAMP:20160927T212736 DTSTART:20161021T170000 GEO:37.7855102;-122.399445 LOCATION:Gagosian Gallery - San Francisco\,657 Howard Street \nSan Francisc o\, CA 94105 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Mind Moves\, Urs Fischer UID:429275 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Kathy Aoki will present her ta lk The Rise and Fall of Hello Kitty Monument describing the faux historical context of the work on view in the galle ry. \;Aoki has developed a humorous performance persona as Curator of t his "collection" in order to lend ironic academic airs to the presentation.

DTEND:20161103T190000 DTSTAMP:20160927T212736 DTSTART:20161103T180000 GEO:37.8847982;-122.2686797 LOCATION:Berkeley Art Center\,1275 Walnut Street \nBerkeley\, CA 94709 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Artist in Conversation: The Rise and Fall of Hello Kitty Monument\, Kathy Aoki UID:429273 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

For this solo exhibition Kathy Aoki& nbsp\;will create an installation that addresses the worldwide \;obsess ion with Hello Kitty and other &ldquo\;super cute&rdquo\; commercial ventur es that have dominated the market targeting young girls. \;For the Berk eley Art Center\, Aoki will create a museum space devoted to the fictitious Hello Kitty Monument with large scale artifacts\, an interactive map\, and both audio- and video-based works. In addition to raising key questions ab out unhealthy/unaffordable obsessions with cuteness\, Aoki&rsquo\;s display s will comment on the high-tech housing crisis and exhibition sponsorship.< /p>\n

Kathy Aoki addresses gender and pop-c ulture issues through approachable visual formats with a twist of humor.&nb sp\;Installations of her current work are often presented in an ersatz muse um context with &ldquo\;educational&rdquo\; fictive labels in convincing la nguage. The museum framework provides a familiar format that is inviting ra ther than confrontational. \;

\n

Aok i&rsquo\;s work can be found in major collections across the U.S. such as t he New York Metropolitan Museum of Art\, the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fi ne Arts\, the Harvard University Art Museums\, and the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. Past awards include fellowships from the MacDowell Colony ( NH)\, the Headlands Center for the Arts (CA)\, and the Frans Masereel Centr um (Belgium). Aoki lives and works in the Silicon Valley where she is an As sociate Professor of Studio Art at Santa Clara University.

DTEND:20161120 DTSTAMP:20160927T212736 DTSTART:20161008 GEO:37.8847982;-122.2686797 LOCATION:Berkeley Art Center\,1275 Walnut Street \nBerkeley\, CA 94709 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:BAC Agility Projects presents: Formidable Fragments: Breaking Down the Cult of Cute\, Kathy Aoki UID:429271 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20161008T200000 DTSTAMP:20160927T212736 DTSTART:20161008T180000 GEO:37.8847982;-122.2686797 LOCATION:Berkeley Art Center\,1275 Walnut Street \nBerkeley\, CA 94709 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:BAC Agility Projects presents: Formidable Fragments: Breaking Down the Cult of Cute\, Kathy Aoki UID:429272 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

In collaboration with the Mills College Book Art\, English\, Music\, and Dance departments\, Slide Space 123\, and the F. W. Olin Libra ry\, MCAM will host a creative open-house featuring an eclectic schedule of events including musical printing presses\, a Walking Magazine\, intimate sound installation among rare books\, experimental performance\, and avant- garde poetry reading. \;

DTEND:20161012T200000 DTSTAMP:20160927T212736 DTSTART:20161012T180000 GEO:37.7826776;-122.1875731 LOCATION:Mills College Art Museum\,5000 MacArthur Blvd. \nOakland\, CA 9461 3 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Mills Train (An Event Accompanying Root Connection: 20 Years of the Patti Smith Collection)\, Shinichi Iova-Koga\, James Fei\, Fred Frith\, Ca rlota Caulfield\, Juliana Spahr\, Hugo Garcia Manriquez\, Stephen Ratcliff\ , Stephanie Young\, Claudia Gallo\, Chris Brown\, Mari Onsai\, Dana Iova-Ko ga\, Dan Gottwald and Mills students UID:429085 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

In Cody Hoyt and Alexander Kor i Girard&rsquo\;s upcoming show at Johansson Projects\, patterned forms and organic geometries come together in an unique exploration of functional pe rmanence and mystic communication.

\n

Co dy Hoyt&rsquo\;s ceramics are rigorously drawn\, curiously angular\, and in tricately patterned\, creating brutalist organic &ldquo\;vessels&rdquo\; th at question the need for function over form. The forms are constructed from patterned slabs\, which are themselves assembled from smaller individual p ieces\; a highly individualized framework for a three dimensional explorati on of pattern and abstraction. Surface and material masterfully fuse to cre ate a form that blurs the boundaries between utility and beauty. The histor ical associations of sharp lines and angles reference origami\, the machine age and cubist space. Their openings are not an entry point or mechanism o f display\, rather a fissure within the vessel\, completing its aesthetic d esign. The forms are cracked and ruptured within their pastel-toned marking s\, an unpredictable result of the mixing of elements revealed during the f iring process. Yet\, despite their perceived instability\, Hoyt&rsquo\;s ve ssels are solid and permanent in their delicate nature.
At first glan ce\, Alexander Kori Girard&rsquo\;s works register visually as paper cut ou ts or prints\, but each piece is individually hand drawn and meticulously p ainted. Perhaps influenced by his work in the world of high design and text iles\, his craftsmanship and composition are both precise and organic. His artwork presents a narrative of how people experience and interact with the natural world\, and an immediate personal connection is easily made to eac h piece. Evoking a magical feeling of an apparition\, his petroglyphs are a t once a shapeless void and a collection of familiar symbols. Elements of m odern folk lore and story-telling are also integral: His grandfather\, the legendary Alexander Girard\, was a prolific collector of folk art\, and Gir ard was submerged in this relation at a young age. His organic works thus c ontain an essential feeling of home. They are timelessly archetypal and fan tastical\, an homage to the healing power of nature.

DTEND:20170107 DTSTAMP:20160927T212736 DTSTART:20161022 GEO:37.8126156;-122.268794 LOCATION:Johansson Projects\,2300 Telegraph Ave. \nOakland\, CA 94612 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:CODY HOYT + ALEXANDER KORI GIRARD | OCTOBER 22\, Cody Hoyt\, Alexan der Kori Girard UID:429014 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20161022T170000 DTSTAMP:20160927T212736 DTSTART:20161022T150000 GEO:37.8126156;-122.268794 LOCATION:Johansson Projects\,2300 Telegraph Ave. \nOakland\, CA 94612 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:CODY HOYT + ALEXANDER KORI GIRARD | OCTOBER 22\, Alexander Kori Gir ard\, Cody Hoyt UID:429015 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Celebrate the breadth and depth &mdash\; and joy! &mdash\; o f Korean arts and culture during the Asian Art Museum&rsquo\;s 8th annual K orea Day.

\n

On Sunday\, Sept. 25 from 10:30 AM to 4 PM museum admissi on as well as a day-long roster of programs will be FREE courtesy of Korea Foundation. Korea Day offers a variety of performances and gallery talks\, art and craft activities\, and food tastings inspired by traditional Korean culture. In addition to the museum&rsquo\;s extensive pan-Asian galleries\ , visitors of all ages will be able to enjoy a unique special exhibition of Mother-of-Pearl Lacquerware from Korea featuring rare historic objects alo ngside large-scale contemporary installations of this time-honored techniqu e.

\n

 \;

DTEND:20160925T160000 DTSTAMP:20160927T212736 DTSTART:20160925T103000 GEO:37.7802622;-122.4160294 LOCATION:Asian Art Museum\,200 Larkin St. \nSan Francisco\, CA 94102 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Korea day UID:428999 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:
\n
\n\n

Robin Kandel: The 45th Parallel
October 13 &ndash\; November 11\, 2016
Op ening Reception: Thursday\, October 13\, 5:30 - 7:30

\n

& ldquo\;This work is about a specific place and any place. It&rsquo\;s about midpoints\, landmarks\, road trips\, road maps\, and long stretches that t ake us somewhere and elsewhere&rdquo\;.

\n

&mdash\; Robin Kandel< /p>\n

Andrea Schwartz Gallery is pleased to announce Robin Kandel&rsquo\; s sixth solo exhibition with the gallery entitled The 45th Parallel. True to her previous explorations\, Kandel consistently examines and dis sects our notions of distance and location. Her practice remains deliberate ly slow and meditative\, creating a fluid rhythm of straight lines that lay er to bring about a kinetic yet minimal optical effect. Showing over 20 new works\, ranging in size\, Kandel employs acrylic paints and graphite on va rious materials such as vintage maps and wood panels.

\n

This series o f work relates to Kandel&rsquo\;s primary school memories of first thinking about distance and location while making paper globes in geography class. She revisited the experience recently when she came face to face with the 4 5th Parallel while stopping through Traverse City\, Michigan. For Kandel\, something that only existed conceptually\, becamereal&mdash\;points on a ma p are every bit as abstract as theyare concrete\, embodying meaning as well as information.

\n

Andrea Schwartz Gallery was established in 1982 an d is located in the South of Market district of San Francisco at 545 &ndash \; 4th Street. ASG exhibits contemporary work of mid- career artists from t he Bay Area and across the country. ASG is a member of SFADA. Gallery Hours are Monday - Friday 9 - 5\, Saturday by appointment. For further informati on and materials please contact Amanda Baker at 415-495-2090 or amanda@asga llery.com. \;

\n
\n
\n
DTEND:20161111 DTSTAMP:20160927T212736 DTSTART:20161013 GEO:37.7790823;-122.397524 LOCATION:Andrea Schwartz Gallery\,545 4th Street \nSan Francisco\, CA 94107 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:The 45th Parallel\, Robin Kandel UID:428856 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20161013T193000 DTSTAMP:20160927T212736 DTSTART:20161013T173000 GEO:37.7790823;-122.397524 LOCATION:Andrea Schwartz Gallery\,545 4th Street \nSan Francisco\, CA 94107 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:The 45th Parallel\, Robin Kandel UID:428857 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

LIFE with PETS and ANIMALs - a new exhibition at the Berkele y Central Arts Passage is curated by Expressions Gallery. This show exhibits the many pet and animal friends who share our world. Fromt eh pet dog\, cat\, bird or bu nny bringing love and companionship\, to the beautiful animals seen on safa ri\, to the increase in endangered animals\, these creatures enrich our liv es and our world. This exhibition is co-curated by Mari Bailey.

DTEND:20170114 DTSTAMP:20160927T212736 DTSTART:20160924 GEO:37.8654727;-122.2625529 LOCATION:Berkeley Central Arts Passage\,2055 Center Street\, (between Shatt uck and Milvia) \nBerkeley \, CA 94704 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Pets and Animals\, Sandi Adams\, Tiphereth Banks\, Gloria Bloom\, S arita Blum\, Leonard Breger\, Carol Jones Brown\, Pipi Ray Diamond\, Katery na Dronova\, Jamie Erfurdt\, Gwendolyn Gardner\, Susan Hall\, Richard Kane\ , Charles Lucke\, John Mallon\, Ruth Marcus & Doc Bauman\, Julia Montrond\, Christine Mulder\, Barbara Oplinger\, Heli Perrett\, Vicki Pierpont\, Erne st & Lois Rich\, Barbara Rockhold\, Judith Rohrer\, Cesar Sanchez\, Eva Sch lesinger\, Rita Sklar\, Matthew Felix Sun\, Yukari Tanaka\, Christopher Won g\, Lisa Yount UID:428850 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20160924T200000 DTSTAMP:20160927T212736 DTSTART:20160924T180000 GEO:37.8654727;-122.2625529 LOCATION:Berkeley Central Arts Passage\,2055 Center Street\, (between Shatt uck and Milvia) \nBerkeley \, CA 94704 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Pets and Animals\, Sandi Adams\, Tiphereth Banks\, Ruth Marcus & Do c Bauman\, Gloria Bloom\, Sarita Blum\, Leonard Breger\, Carol Jones Brown\ , Pipi Ray Diamond\, Kateryna Dronova\, Jamie Erfurdt\, Gwendolyn Gardner\, Susan Hall\, Richard Kane\, Charles Lucke\, John Mallon\, Julia Montrond\, Christine Mulder\, Barbara Oplinger\, Heli Perrett\, Vicki Pierpont\, Erne st & Lois Rich\, Barbara Rockhold\, Judith Rohrer\, Cesar Sanchez\, Eva Sch lesinger\, Rita Sklar\, Matthew Felix Sun\, Yukari Tanaka\, Christopher Won g\, Lisa Yount UID:428851 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Are you free Friday Night? We are.

Kick-start you r weekend with free general admission\, live music\, art-making\, cocktails \, film screenings\, panel discussions\, lectures and exhibition tours\, al l in the name of art.

On Friday\, September 23rd\, join us for a special night of programming including an immersive art performance by Car sten Nicolai and a panel discussion featuring four master printers who have worked with Ed Ruscha.

Join us for:

&bull\; Live Imm ersive Art Experience with Carsten Nicolai
&bull\; Panel Discussion: P rinting Ed Ruscha by René\;e Bott of Paulson Bott Press\, Ed Hamilton of Hamilton Press\, Shaye Remba of Mixografia\, and Jacob Samuel of Editio n Jacob Samuel in Koret Auditorium at 7 pm
&bull\; Mixed-media art-mak ing stations with Sedey Gabrey
&bull\; James Turrell's Three Gems in t he Osher Sculpture Garden during its optimal viewing time&mdash\;at sunset! Open 5&ndash\;8:45 pm
&bull\; &lsquo\;mix-tape\,&rsquo\; by September Artist-in-Residence t.w.five \;

For more information visit:  \;deyoungmuseum.org/fridays \;

Connect with us!

Find us @deyoungmuseum on Twitter and Instagram. \;#th enightisdeYoung

Please note: Public programs and permanent c ollection admission are free. An additional $10 fee applies for admission t o 'Ed Ruscha and the Great American West'. Additional fees apply for drinks and dining.

DTEND:20160923T204500 DTSTAMP:20160927T212736 DTSTART:20160923T170000 GEO:37.7709335;-122.4688276 LOCATION:de Young Museum\,Golden Gate Park 50 Hagiwara Tea Garden Drive\nSa n Francisco\, CA 94118 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Friday Nights at the de Young: The View from Above and to the West\ , Carsten Nicolai UID:428744 END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR