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How Technology is Reinventing Food: A Lecture | SF
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Every Thursday night admission to the Contemporary Jewish Museum is just $5 after 5 pm (or $8 during special exhibitions). On these evenings the museum also offers a wide range of cultural events like concerts, film screenings, workshops and talks that are often free with museum admission.
The Contemporary Jewish Museum is housed in a stunning modern building in Jessie Square in the SoMa district of San Francisco.
$5 After 5 Thursdays at CJM
Every Thursday | 5-8 pm
Contemporary Jewish Museum, 736 Mission St, SF
$5 every Thursday after 5 pm ($8 during special exhibitions)
POTENTIAL MUSEUM SURCHARGES – During certain special exhibitions (like Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition from July 30-October 30) there is a $3 surcharge which makes admission $8. Always check the CJM website for latest pricing.
And don’t forget, every first Tuesday of each month, admission to the museum is free all day.
Bay Area culture is about disruption and extreme innovation, affecting all aspects of your lives, including the food you eat. Learn about how innovators are imagining how you might eat in the future, with panelists Megan Miller, Bitty Foods (cricket flour foods); Ben Rupert, Real Vegan Cheese (dairy-free cheese); Barb Stuckey, Mattson (new food & beverage products); and journalist Anne Schukat (contributor, The Economist) moderating.
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Address: 736 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA