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Asian journal
‘She, Who Can See’ A haunting contemporary live performance about worlds in collisionLIVE stage performances often bring the audience to a difference experience, as
‘She, Who Can See’ A haunting contemporary live performance about worlds in collision
Asian journal / Posted yesterday
LIVE stage performances often bring the audience to a difference experience, as the story is almost up close and personal. Still, there are no limitations to what one can bring to the stage in terms of the story and medium (whether dance, music,... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
Fall exhibits 2015: Diebenkorn, Wegman, influential Japanese works coming to Bay Area exhibits.Fall brings a parade of masterworks to Bay Area museums by European, Asian and
Fall exhibits 2015: Diebenkorn, Wegman, influential Japanese works coming to Bay Area exhibits.
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted yesterday
Fall brings a parade of masterworks to Bay Area museums by European, Asian and American artists. Among the big names are Van Gogh, Hiroshige, Sargent and Diebenkorn. But it's an art procession with twists and turns and even a comic sidelight. For... Read more
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Silicon Valley
Fall exhibits 2015: Diebenkorn, Wegman, influential Japanese works coming to Bay Area exhibits.Fall brings a parade of masterworks to Bay Area museums by European, Asian and
Fall exhibits 2015: Diebenkorn, Wegman, influential Japanese works coming to Bay Area exhibits.
Silicon Valley / Posted yesterday
Fall brings a parade of masterworks to Bay Area museums by European, Asian and American artists. Among the big names are Van Gogh, Hiroshige, Sargent and Diebenkorn. But it's an art procession with twists and turns and even a comic sidelight. For... Read more
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Oakland Tribune
Fall exhibits 2015: Diebenkorn, Wegman, influential Japanese works coming to Bay Area exhibits.Fall brings a parade of masterworks to Bay Area museums by European, Asian and
Fall exhibits 2015: Diebenkorn, Wegman, influential Japanese works coming to Bay Area exhibits.
Oakland Tribune / Posted yesterday
Fall brings a parade of masterworks to Bay Area museums by European, Asian and American artists. Among the big names are Van Gogh, Hiroshige, Sargent and Diebenkorn. But it's an art procession with twists and turns and even a comic sidelight. For... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Ocampo, Roldan in SF Asian Art Museum’s contemporary art showRongRong and Inri’s iconic photographic image Untitled, No. 25. SAN FRANCISCO
Ocampo, Roldan in SF Asian Art Museum’s contemporary art show
Inquirier.net / Posted 10 days ago
RongRong and Inri’s iconic photographic image Untitled, No. 25. SAN FRANCISCO – Well known for its collection of antique Asian art, the Asian Art Museum will surprise visitors with “First Look,” its first large-scale exhibition of contemporary works... Read more
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Inquirier.net
San Francisco museum to highlight unique Filipino fiberWoman in piña, from the Biblioteca Nacional de España: Mestiza, Álbum de Filipi
San Francisco museum to highlight unique Filipino fiber
Inquirier.net / Posted 16 days ago
Woman in piña, from the Biblioteca Nacional de España: Mestiza, Álbum de Filipinas. SAN FRANCISCO — The rich tradition of Philippine weavings and textiles will be in limelight at the Asian Art Museum, thanks to the Hinabi Project, an educational... Read more
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Oakland Tribune
Calendar: Alameda Backyard Growers' monthly meeting Aug. 10Writers' Group at the Library. All interested adult writers needing a space to
Calendar: Alameda Backyard Growers' monthly meeting Aug. 10
Oakland Tribune / Posted 22 days ago
Writers' Group at the Library. All interested adult writers needing a space to work, and an opportunity to connect and share with other writers are invited to join. All writing genres welcome. Noon to 3 p.m. Aug. 8. Alameda Free Library, 1550 Oak... Read more
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Oakland Tribune
Life on the Island: Events all over Alameda scheduledIt's time to enjoy the final weeks of summer. Free arts events and other happen
Life on the Island: Events all over Alameda scheduled
Oakland Tribune / Posted 22 days ago
It's time to enjoy the final weeks of summer. Free arts events and other happenings around town give us a great variety of ways to make that happen. The Alameda Free Library encourages children and adults finish their summer reading list by Saturday... Read more
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BART
Going to the zoo: BART Summer Youth Tours mix fun with educationBy MADELEINE VALDEZ and MELISSA JORDAN BART Communications Staff Adowende the
Going to the zoo: BART Summer Youth Tours mix fun with education
BART / Posted 23 days ago
By MADELEINE VALDEZ and MELISSA JORDAN BART Communications Staff Adowende the ball python slithered along the floor just inches in front of the youngest kids, her v-shaped tongue flicking through the air. Ms. Betty, the Oakland Zoo educator leading... Read more
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NBC Bay Area
SFPD Shoots Dog Charging at PoliceAn officer shot a dog Monday evening when the dog began charging at two officer
SFPD Shoots Dog Charging at Police
NBC Bay Area / Posted 30 days ago
An officer shot a dog Monday evening when the dog began charging at two officers near the United Nations Plaza. Around 6:44 p.m., officers in a marked patrol car were patrolling an area near Fulton and Hyde streets, when the officers noticed a man... Read more
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ABS-CBNNEWS.com
Pinay helps austistic children with Pina fabric artSAN FRANCISCO - Renowned weaver India Dela Cruz-Legaspi, who has been using Phi
Pinay helps austistic children with Pina fabric art
ABS-CBNNEWS.com / Posted a month ago
SAN FRANCISCO - Renowned weaver India Dela Cruz-Legaspi, who has been using Philippine Pina fabric as a medium for her artwork for years, is now using her craft to help children with autism. Dela Cruz-Legaspi partnered with the San Francisco-based... Read more

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