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Tuesday, July 17, 2007

Events: Tuesday, July 17, 2007
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at Gregory Lind Gallery (10:30 - 5:30pm)

The title references the last stanza of the poem "Keaton" by Elizabeth Bishop, in which the narrator envisions suc...

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at Eureka Valley/Harvey Milk Memorial Branch Library (7pm - 8pm)

The radar SALON series: revelation and conversation + readings and cookies. Carol Queen is a writer, speaker, educator...

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at Asian Art Museum (10 am-5 pm)

"Yoshitoshi's Strange Tales" presents a hundred prints by Taiso Yoshitoshi (18391892) dating from the turbulent la...

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at San Jose Museum of Art (11 am - 5 pm)

The San Jose Museum of Art presents the first major museum exhibition outside of Los Angeles of Camille Rose Garcia, an...

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at Giant Robot SF (11:30am - 8pm)

Giant Robot is proud to present Tree Show III. In the tradition of its predecessors, this group exhibition will feature...

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at de Young Museum (Tuesday through Sunday, 9:30 a.m. to 5:15 p.m.)

In her recent work, Deborah Oropallo (b. 1954) deconstructs and enhances images to investigate the seduction and power that...

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at Gallery Nineteen Eighty Eight (1988) (noon - 7pm)

Gallery1988 San Francisco is excited to announce our upcoming show "Back For Seconds" opening June 29, 2007. ...

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at SFMOMA (10 am - 6 pm, till 9 pm on Thu)

Known primarily for his beautiful paintings, drawings, and works on paper, Henri Matisse was also an accomplished sculptor...

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at The International Hotel Manilatown Center (9-5)

HUMAN RESILIENCE IS A MULTI-MEDIA EXHIBIT AMPLIFYING THE VOICES, STORIES AND FACES of the youth suffering from environmental...

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at Landmark's Opera Plaza ((1:20) 7:10 )

Best pals Rodel (H.P. Mendoza), Billy (Jake Moreno) and Maribel (L.A. Renigan) find themselves in a state of limbo. Fresh...

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at Eureka Valley/Harvey Milk Memorial Branch Library (7:30 - 8:30pm)

Michelle Tea presents writers Carol Queen and Ian Philips. CAROL QUEEN is a writer, speaker, educator and activist with...

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at SOMArts Cultural Center (Gallery) (2pm - 7pm)

SomArts Gallery in collaboration with Vortice Argentina, Buenos Aires, presents "Multiplicity/Multiplicidad: Mailart & ...

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at Bottom of the Hill (9pm)Doors 8:30pm

"NO USE FOR A NAME are one of independent music's most dominant and everlasting forces; and nothing can solidify their...

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at Landmark's Opera Plaza ((1:00 4:00) 6:40 9:20 )

This deeply emotional film illuminates the timeless love that binds mother and daughter, seen through the prism of one mother's...

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at de Young Museum (9:30 am - 5:15 pm)

CONNECTIONS GALLERY Beijing-based artist Shi Guorui creates large-scale pinhole photographs and photograms, early photographic...

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at 111 Minna Gallery (6:30 - 9:30pm)

Host/Curator is Brad K. Alder. If you have any questions please find him running around if you are an artist or a buyer....

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at Hilliard Architects & Gallery (Call for hours.)

**Opening Reception: First Thursday, April 5, 5:30-7:30 The gallery is located in Union Square, on Post between Stockton...

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at SFMOMA (10 am - 6 pm, till 9 pm on Thu)

German artist Felix Schramm creates the illusion of architecture gone awry. Made from drywall, paint, steel frames, and...

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at African American Art and Culture Complex (12noon - 5pm)

The African American Art and Culture Complex (AAACC) is proud to present, Lens on Life: From Bamako to San Francisco from...

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at Pacific Film Archive (PFA) (7, 8:35pm)Baby Face @ 7pm, Remember the N...

"Thank God I wasn't an ingenue. That would have killed me," Barbara Stanwyck said, reflecting late in life on...

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