Articles by Rena Ragimova
Saturday, June 1
Jan Adrienne Gilbert is active in the San Francisco theatre scene.
She has performed in over a dozen plays and musicals throughout the Bay Area. She can be seen performing with San Francisco’s own Killing My Lobster sketch comedy group.
See Act 2 of Mozart’s Le Nozze di Figaro: A Comic Opera presented by Opera on Tap: San Francisco, a two year old company whose mission is to put opera back into popular culture by presenting accessible, inexpensive and innovative performances.
This reimagined production is the most ambitious …
Sunday, June 2
Sunday, June 2, 2013
Midnight to 5:45 pm
Midnight to 5:45 pm: The Clock 24-Hour Screening
Clock-watching has never been so mesmerizing.
Christian Marclay’s celebrated video installation The Clock (2010) is composed of thousands of film clips referencing the time of day, intricately edited into a 24-hour-long montage that matches real …
Join thousands of members of the Jewish and Israeli community to celebrate Israel’s 65th birthday on June 2, 2013 in Yerba Buena Gardens.
Israeli star Mosh Ben Ari is headlining this free day-long event and the largest Jewish gathering in the Pacific Northwest. Mosh Ben Ari’s …
Composer/bassist Marcus Shelby keeps the tradition of the big band jazz orchestra alive with the Marcus Shelby Orchestra. Green and Blues, a new musical suite by Shelby, will celebrate and honor the virtues of a sustainable and green environment with instrumentals, vocals, and spoken word.
The Abolitionist movement, the Women’s …
Claire Plumb first came to the music scene in Baltimore with a group called Spoke Ensemble.
Classically trained, she composes all of her own music. Since then she has been working as a solo artist in San Francisco for over two years. Her first solo album …
Monday, June 3
Join Ariel Mihic of the YogaSlackers for a beginner’s slackline adventure on the first Monday of every month from 6:30-7:30pm on the 5th floor of Sports Basement Bryant.
Free, but RSVP is required.
By bringing balance onto a 1” piece of webbing, slackline yoga develops focus, dynamic stillness, power, breath, core …
Tuesday, June 4
The tragic story of Séraphine Louis – also known as Séraphine de Senlis – an autodidactic painter who, whilst living as a servent, is discovered and promoted by a leading art critic before descending into madness and obscurity.
Uta Grieshammer and Kevin Whittlesey of the state’s stem cell agency, the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine, will talk about why stem cell research is so exciting to scientists and what we may see in terms of therapies in the future. This event is presented in partnership …