An interesting exhibit featuring artists and designers including Aziz & Cucher, Christopher C. Deam, Fashion Force, Philippe Gregoire and Claire Pertetin, IDEO, Eiko Ishioka,No Picnic and Marcel Wanders. The works explore the relationships of the body to space and physiology to function.
Location: SFMOMA 151 Third St.,San Francisco
Time: Saturday, Nov. 16- March 23
Cost: Free first Tuesday of each month
Eternity is in Love with the Productions of Time
The second play from Transparent Theater is set in the Soviet Union and revolves around a group of artists defying authority and living the consequences of their actions. The play incorporates poetry and other textual materials from famous artists such as William Blake, Franz Kafka, Bob Dylan and Nikolai Gumilev.
Location: Transparent Theater 1901 Ashby Ave., Berkeley
Time: 8 p.m. Thursdays-Saturdays Nov.8-Dec.8
Cost: $20 sliding scale
Under the Leaves
Under the Leaves is a performance piece revolving around a fairytale. It is directed by Krista DeNio and features Victoria Mcnichol Kelly and Jenny Schaffer.
Location: New College Theater 777 Valencia, San Francisco
Time: 8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 15-17
Mostly Grounded Theater Company opens it first production with Sam Shepard and Patti Smith paying a tribute to the rock and roll. Cowboy Mouth, an early work of Sheppard, is a twisted tale of a woman in search of a rock and roll savior. With references to George Carter and Bob Dylan, this story captures the dogma of the 60s-90s and offers a glimpse into Shepards infamous affair with the godmother of punk, Patti Smith. Directed by Mike Sommers featuring Amanda Korpitz, Ben Blankinship and Mark Routhier with original music by Redbush Hang out after the show for some rock & roll and beverages!
Location: Bulldog Theater 965 Mission (between 5th & 6th St.) Suite 250, San Francisco
Time: 8 p.m. Thursday-Saturday, November 7-23
Cost: $10 general $7 for students and seniors
Beyond the Pale Art Exhibition
A multimedia art show featuring sound art, earthworks, video art, photography, paintings and design work. Artists showing at the gallery include Tribes of Neurot, Dianne Jones, Todd M. West, Seldon Hunt and others. Dianne Jones, a Mills graduate, is an artist from San Francisco who uses photography to record the events she is involved with. The photographs in this exhibit represent a visual narrative of music.
Location: Crucible Steel Gallery at Cellspace 2050 Bryant St., San Francisco
Time: Nov. 7-28 open 10 a.m. ¤ 9 p.m. daily
Five bands for $10
A night of music featuring The Slackers with Buffalo Soldier, The Phenomenauts, The Locals and Hebro. Formed in New York in 1991, The Slackers septet play high energy ska, reggae and soul dance music with organ, horns and voices. Vocalist Ras Matthew I leads Buffalo Soldier, a band he launched with the debut album Vision of Love.Œ Oakland¡s own, The Phenomenauts play solid rockabilly rhythms with amusing lyrics about space invaders and cruising the galaxy. Hebro¡s main thrust stems from a desire to get back to the acoustic roots of ska.
Location: Ashkenaz 1317 San Pablo Ave., Berkeley
Time: 8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 15
Jazz folk guitarist, singer and songwriter releases her CD titled For the Climb.Œ The musical love child of Ella Fitzgerald and Baby Face, Emily Shore steps into the street and gets run over by some hot grooves.
Location: La Pena Cultural Center 3105 Shattuck Ave., Berkeley
Time: 7 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 17
Cost: $12 general $8 students in Concert.
Savage Republic, an L.A. industrial-art-punk band, is performing after a 13 year absence. Band members Ethan Port, Bruce Licher, Thom Fuhrman, Greg Grunk and Robert Loveless will be joined by Man Is The Bastard/Bastard Noise drummer Joel Connel.
Location: Amoeba Records 1855 Haight St., San Francisco
Time: 6 p.m. Friday, Nov. 15
Cirque du Soleil
The circus, which is currently showing in San Francisco, feeds of the anything goes attitude of Varekai which means whateverŒ in the Romany language of the gypsies. The production pays tribute to the nomadic soul, to the spirit and art of the circus tradition. Acts include: The Flight of Icarus, Solo Crutches and Georgian Dance.
Location: San Francisco Pacific Bell Park Parking Lot
Dance Repertory Concert: 8 p.m. Today-Saturday. Haas Pavilion. $12 general/$10 students; free to Mills students, faculty, staff.
Women’s History Exchange. Redefining History: Contemporary Women’s Political Stories. Panel speakers will include; Mary Stanley, Elmy Bermejo, Sharon Bell and more. 11 a.m. Saturday. Mills Hall 132. $10/ general/free for students who RSVP by Nov. 14. For more information, call 510.636.7766 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Othercimema presents Wobblies Past and Prison Presents: Two SF premiers on class power with films by Travis Wilkerson, Juliana Fredman, Jim Davis and more. 8:30 p.m. Saturday. ATA, 992 Valencia, San Francisco. $5. For more information, visit www.othercinema.com.
Registration for Spring 2003: Graduate studnets and seniors: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday; 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Tuesday; Juniors: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Wednesday; 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Thursday; Sophmore 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Friday.
Freshwoman Tea-Class of 2006: 4:30 p.m. Monday. President’s House. Free.
Contemporary Writers Series: Karen Tei Yamashita. 5:30 p.m. Monday. Rothwell Center, Faculty Lounge. Free.
Art Opening. Other Anissas: Anissa Mack. Tuesday through Dec. 1. Art Museum. Free
Senior Pin Dinner-Class of 2003: 6 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 21. Faculty dining room. RSVP required. Free.
BAM/PFA Screenings: Railroad of Hope a video by Ning Ying, followed by Old Believers a film by Jana Sevcikova. A glimpse of Chinese life on a cross-country train, and an exquisite portrait of a Romanian spiritual community. 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 21. PFA Theatre, 2575 Bancroft at Bowditch. $5. For more information, call 510.642.1124.
Teachers On Reserve Informational Session: 4 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 21. Cowell Building. Free
Blondie in concert: 8 p.m. Saturday. The Fillmore, San Francisco.$25. For tickets, call 415. 421.TIXS.