Events Calendar

June 7, 2019
Inez Storer- Trip-Wire: Paintings, Assemblage and Mixed Media Collage

Event Phone Number: 4157509955

Where:
Avenue 12 Gallery
1101 Lake Street
San Francisco CA 94118

What:
The artwork of Inez Storer invites the viewer in through inventive and colorful combinations of imagery with layers of richly textured paint and mixed media. These allegorical messages are at once playful and profound. Don't miss the Artist's Reception on Saturday, May 11 from 4-7 pm! More information at: https://avenue12gallery.com.


June 9, 2019
Lew the Jew and His Circle: Origins of American Tattoo

Price: Please see website for details

Where:
Contemporary Jewish Museum
736 Mission St
San Francisco 94103

What:
Lew the Jew and His Circle: Origins of American Tattoo examines the work of "Lew the Jew" Alberts (born Albert Morton Kurzman, 1880-1954), one of America's most influential tattoo artists. Drawn from the collection of San Francisco tattoo legend Don Ed Hardy, the exhibition includes never before seen original tattoo artwork, photographs, and correspondence. For more information, please visit their website.


June 23, 2019
Magic Theater Presents: Oedipus el Rey

Price: $15+
Event Phone Number: (415) 441-8822

Where:
Magic Theater, Fort Mason
2 Marina Blvd.
Building D, 3rd Floor
San Francisco CA 94123

What:
For the 10th Anniversary Legacy Revival, Magic Theatre presents Oedipus el Rey directed by Loretta Greco. Set in South Central LA, Oedipus el Rey is a gritty and electrifying take on the Greek tragedy, written by the acclaimed Magic playwright Luis Alfaro. Oedipus is reimagined as a young man whose dreams of controlling his own destiny soar beyond the prison walls where he’s spent his life. In a place where everyone is trapped by desperation, violence, and history, can one man transcend his own story? Love, family, and belief collide in this chilling, muscular odyssey that asks: what’s fate and what’s just the system? Tickets may be purchased online at by clicking here. Save 20% on tickets using code: OEDIPUS


July 11, 2019
San Francisco Botanical Garden: 5th Anniversary Flower Piano

Where:
Golden Gate Park
1199 9th Ave
San Francisco CA 94122

What:
Music, community, and nature join forces once again as San Francisco Botanical Garden transforms into an alfresco concert hall where everyone is invited to play and listen. FREE with regular admission (FREE for Members and San Francisco residents). Plus, get tickets now for the popular Flower Piano at Night—July 18, 19 & 20—as beautifully lit pathways lead to pianos aglow with performances and open to play, plus a NEW family-friendly Flower Piano at Sunset event on July 12! For more information, please click the link here.


July 30, 2019
Black Matter: Oxossi Ayofemi and Risa Wechsler

Price: Please see website for details

Where:
Contemporary Jewish Museum
736 Mission St
San Francisco CA 94103

What:
Visual artist Oxossi Ayofemi and her chosen havruta partner, groundbreaking Stanford physicist Risa Wechsler, discuss the nature of dark matter, notions of presence and absence, and latent abundance in African American culture. Ayofemi’s expressions of these concepts are epitomized by local turf dancers, an abandoned site in San Francisco, and Afro Futurist sound. For more information please visit their website.


August 7, 2019
Summer Cocktails of the Farmers Market

What:
Savor the best of the season at CUESA’s popular Cocktails of the Farmers Market series, hosted in partnership with the Northern California chapter of the United States Bartenders’ Guild. Bartenders create unique signature cocktails showcasing the bounty of the farmers market. Enjoy at least two full-sized signature cocktails, a dozen sample-sized drinks, and hors d’oeuvres from local restaurants. All proceeds from the evening support CUESA’s work to cultivate a healthy food system and the USBG’s professional development programs


September 8, 2019
Hamilton at the Orpheum Theater

Price: $270+

Where:
Orpheum Theatre
1192 Market St
San Francisco CA 94102

What:
The smash Broadway musical Hamilton is back at the Orpheum Theatre this March. It takes you through the life of Alexander Hamilton, what he endured to become such a powerful man and what happened on the fateful night he died.

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September 9, 2019
CUESA's Sunday Supper: A Farm to City Feast

What:
CUESA’s Sunday Supper: A Farm to City Feast is an elegant celebration of the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market community and California’s rich agricultural bounty. Join over forty of the Bay Area’s most celebrated chefs plus winemakers, bartenders, and sustainable farmers in the historic Ferry Building for CUESA’s annual four-course gala. Funds from the event contribute more than 50 percent of the cost of our educational programs, which serve students, farmers, and educators in building a healthy food system.


September 26, 2019
Christopher-Clark Fine Art Presents: Artworks by Mr. Brainwash

Reception with the artist September 26, 6-9pm; exhibition on display through November 29. The art of Mr. Brainwash, the moniker of famed French artist Thierry Guetta, will be featured in a major exhibition at Christopher-Clark Fine Art. The subject of Banksy’s Academy Award nominated documentary “Exit Through The Gift Shop,” Mr. Brainwash has become one of the most popular artists working today. HIs powerful mixed media creations celebrate popular culture and have been featured on everything from Madonna album covers to television series such as Billions. The artist will make a rare appearance to celebrate the opening on Thursday, September 26th from 6-9 p.m. The exhibition will be on display through November 29th. For tickets and more information please visit: https://bit.ly/2KBkWvY


September 27, 2019
Oracle NetSuite Open Squash Championship

When: September 27-30, 2019

Where: Embarcadero Plaza, San Francisco

Price: Ticket prices range from $25-$95

What: A PSA Gold world ranking tournament for men and women featuring equal prize money of $121,000 each and twin 24-player draws. One of the top 10 professional tournaments on the global PSA World Tour as determined by overall compensation. The male and female winners in the 10th annual iteration of the tournament will earn $17,600 each. The player field will represent competitors from sixteen countries. For more information click here.


October 26, 2019
Pinots & Plaid

When:
Sat., Oct. 26, 2019.
VIP: 2:00-5:30PM GA: 3:00-5:30PM

Where:
The Hibernia Bank Building
1 Jones St., San Francisco, CA 94102

Price:
General Admission Tickets:
$115 (early bird tickets $85 until Oct. 1)
VIP Tickets: $185 (early bird tickets $150 until Oct. 1)

What:
Pinots & Plaid, hosted by Emily Martin Events, will feature 25 Pinot Noir producers from Northern California, and invites wine lovers, foodies and luxury connoisseurs to enjoy fine wines paired with high-end cuisine in the historic, stunningly restored, Hibernia Bank Building in San Francisco. For more information, please click here.