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SF/Arts Dec 4
Check out our December issue, with "Grace Light" at on the cover and hundreds of Bay Area arts events inside.
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SF/Arts Dec 3
Holiday Gaiety on December 7: ‘Tis the season to be merry and gay! Co-emceed by conductor Edwin Outwater and drag sensation Peaches Christ, this old-fashioned holiday variety show guarantees an evening of festive fun and fabulous flair.
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SF/Arts Dec 2
After Hours: Jose Antonio Vargas at Mill Valley Library on 12/6: Vargas revealed his status as an undocumented immigrant in a 2011 NYT Magazine essay advocating for the DREAM Act. He's the author of "Dear America: Notes of an Undocumented Citizen."
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Grace Cathedral Dec 2
Grace Light, the stunning installation by , made the cover of Monthly! You can see all the times for 2020 below and tickets are released on the 15th of each month.
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SF/Arts Nov 27
"Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am" on Friday, December 6: Pulitzer- and Nobel Peace Prize–winning author Toni Morrison recalls her life, challenges, and successes in this "eloquent nonfiction biopic" (Variety).
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SF/Arts Nov 26
Have family in town for Thanksgiving? Looking for fun activities for kids on school break? Check out family-friendly arts events on our blog!
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SF/Arts Nov 22
PigPen Theatre Co. brings its inventive and imaginative retelling of "The Tale of Despereaux," the beloved, Newbery Medal-winning modern fable, to Berkeley Repertory Theatre + more arts events this weekend:
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SF/Arts Nov 21
A fall favorite on the Bay Area dance calendar, Micaya is back with the 21st iteration of the San Francisco International Hip Hop DanceFest, November 22-24. . . Photo: Anne-Sylvie Bonnet
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SF/Arts Nov 20
"Changing and Unchanging Things: Noguchi and Hasegawa in Postwar Japan" through December 8: Exploring the influential friendship between U.S. born sculptor/designer Isamu Noguchi and Japanese painter and theorist Saburo Hasegawa.
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SF/Arts Nov 19
Los Angeles Guitar Quartet at Herbst Theater on November 23: Tunes by jazz guitarists Ralph Towner and Pat Metheny, Chorale by contemporary classical composer/guitarist Frederic Hand, Chet Atkins and Jimi Hendrix songs + more. Presented by
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SF/Arts Nov 15
What's Happening November 15-November 17: Check out our new blog for cool things to do in the arts this weekend! 🤩 . (Photo: Pak Han)
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SF/Arts Nov 14
Manon Lescaut a@SFOpera through November 26: Armenian soprano Lianna Haroutounian, an ace Verdi and Puccini interpreter, as the title character in Puccini’s hit 1893 romantic tragedy and Tenor Brian Jagde as the smitten Chevalier des Grieux.
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SF/Arts Nov 13
Bay Area museums are presenting a rich array of exhibitions over the coming months. Find ideas on our new blog! (pictured: Tanya Lukin Linklater, "the treaty is in the body")
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SF/Arts Nov 12
Joshua Redman Quartet at SFJAZZ November 14-17: A thrilling improviser who plays with feeling and imagination, the homegrown Berkeley saxophonist Joshua Redman returns to with the quartet he led 20 years ago, playing music from their new record.
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SF/Arts Nov 11
10th Anniversary Party at The Green Arcade for "Wherever There's a Fight" with co-authors Elaine Elinson and Stan Yogi on November 13.
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SF/Arts Nov 8
What's Happening this Weekend: Check out our weekly sampling of arts events in a variety of disciplines happening around the Bay Area this Friday to Sunday. New blog: . San Francisco Dance Film Festival
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SF/Arts Nov 7
Dance Brigade's Dance Mission celebrates 20 years on Friday, November 8 with "Adelante!, a 20th Anniversary Celebration." Performances by Dance Brigade, Grrrl Brigade, and artists of .
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SF/Arts Nov 6
Plan a trip to a local gallery this month to appreciate work from a variety of perspectives. See ideas on our blog: (Photo credit: Keith Secola, Cesspooch Family, 2019 at San Francisco Arts Commission Galleries).
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SF/Arts Nov 5
"Abbas Kiarostami: Life as Art": This comprehensive retrospective, opening this month with poetic works such as "Through the Olive Trees" and "The Wind Will Carry Us," runs through the December.
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SF/Arts Nov 1
Our November issue is out now! Check out our cover story by Zoé Samudzi on the "Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power 1963–1983" exhibit at the and much more, including a comprehensive calendar of Bay Area arts events.
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