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Thursday, March 4
San Francisco Performances Beethoven Concert
Thurs, Mar 4, 2021
Thoughtful, timely and full of freshly recorded programs, San Francisco Performances’ Front Row Premium online platform (membership is free with email sign-up) is a free series of four premium handcrafted performances recorded specifically for release on the SFP’s “Front Row Premium” platform. ...
“ChickTech” Event: Pivoting to Data Careers: Insights from DISQO
Are you interested in a career move to the exciting and fast-growing world of data and technology? Join leaders from DISQO and ChickTech for an illuminating panel discussion titled “Pivoting to Data Careers: Insights from DISQO,” a free event hosted online on March 4, 2021, ...
SF Public Library Talk on Legacy of Frederick Douglass
This online conversation with Celeste-Marie Bernier, Judith Butler and Isaac Julien, explores Douglass’ legacy and the influence of key historical figures featured in Lessons of the Hour.
While widely acknowledged as an icon of abolitionism, Frederick Douglass (1818–1895) is less understood as an early figure in ...
SF Public Library’s Women’s History Month in Conversation
Thur, March 4, 12 – 1:30pm Pacific time
McEvoy Foundation for the Arts and the San Francisco Public Library honor Women’s History Month with this conversation between Celeste-Marie Bernier, Judith Butler, and artist Isaac Julien about the legacy of the influential women in the life of ...
Storytellers on Schizophrenia
Join us virtually for the first of a three part series of conversations about serious mental illness, what it is, how it is treated, what its effect is on families and what could or should be different.
This event features Nathan Filer, author of “The Heartland: ...
Virtual Green Apple Book Talk: Jamie Figueroa & Marie-Helene Bertino
Join us on Thursday, March 4th at 6pm PT when Jamie Figueroa is joined by Marie-Helene Bertino to discuss her debut novel, Brother, Sister, Mother, Explorer, on Zoom!
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Praise for Brother, Sister, Mother, Explorer
“Brother, Sister, Mother, ...
“Project Open Hand” Ruth Brinker Book Celebration
On Thursday, March 4 at 6pm, join us virtually for the “Ruth Brinker Book Celebration,” a free, special event to celebrate Ruth Brinker’s legacy over the past 35 years, with highlights from our newly published limited-edition book, “Open Hearts.”
This elegant 10” x 10” hardbound keepsake ...
On the Therapeutic Applications of Ketamine
An entire new industry has sprung up around ketamine, including new treatment options for psychiatric patients, keen interest from investors, and curiosity from psychedelic explorers.
Join clinician and CIIS professor Gisele Fernandes-Osterhold for a conversation with psychologist Raquel Bennett about the exploding field of therapeutic ketamine.
Exploratorium “After Dark Online” Art + Science
Explore the intersections of art and science through the practice of individual artists who weave science, technology, and methods of discovery in their practices. The artistic process, much like the scientific process, is a form of inquiry vital to learning-an open-ended process of investigation, speculation, ...
Effects of Altered Wildfire Regimes on California Plant Diversity Webinar
Speaker Jesse Miller discusses the effects of altered wildfire regimes on California Plant Diversity, using his research on how plant and lichen communities respond to the increasing size of high-severity burn patches in montane forests.
Wildfire frequency and severity has shifted away from the historical range ...