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EVERYTHING BAGEL – Students in Video Art// School of Art // SFSU //

Please join us for an evening of final works by the students at SFSU school of arts. Works by: Jeremy Au Saida Balbigy Richard Bond Danielle Boyington-Warmack Calum Craik Emily Ulrika Elfving Mary Evans Anna Maria Lygnebrandt Andres Montano Kate Norton Jade Nouchi Anthony Ruiz Omar Solorio Clara Davis Hiroaki Takano Jeremy Au Saida Balbigy… Read more »

Other Cinema: PEOPLE’S MUSIC

DREWs’ OPEN COUNTRY + CASH’s RIDIN’ THE RAILS + So in tune with the current class crisis, Jesse and Glenda Drew truck in from the Valley to deliver a robust updating of their big-hearted embrace of the real proletarian roots of the Country/Western genre. Their much-anticipated historical essay situates the origins of C/W music as being drawn from the same well as “hillbilly” or “folk”, written from the perspectives… Read more »


POSADA HAS BEEN POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE IN SPRING. ATA Presents POSADA, a Holiday Benefit for the Border Angels in their efforts to support the migrantes at Tijuana. Come join us for live music, video installations and dancing- ATA style. Musical Performances TBA. Border Angels is volunteer based, non profit organisation that advocates for… Read more »

Architecture of Time

Students in Architecture of Time from the Department of Art Practice at UC Berkeley present a series of short videos that celebrate their semester-long journey developing their artistic voices and conceptual thinking about the conveying of messages/moods/ideas with images and sound moving across time. Class: Architecture of Time from the Department of Art Practice at… Read more »

[email protected]: Ingmar Bergman’s World (screening at Noe Valley Library)

Ingmar Bergman’s World (Stig Björkman, 1972) 53 minutes At the end of the 1960s dramatist-turned-director Ingmar Bergman had been Sweden’s most highly-regarded cinematic export for well over a decade and had solidified his reputation as one of the world’s foremost makers of thought-provoking feature films. It was time for him to try making his first film… Read more »