Events

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Closing Reception for Performing Community

Join us Thursday, July 26, 5–9pm for the final opportunity to meet the artists & curators of Performing Community, interact with their installations and enjoy tunes by two local DJs and vocal improvisationalist Laurie Amat. Arrive early & become part of a new micro-community with Kitsch House!

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Dunes, Trains and Beer: The Buried History of SOMA is at capacity!

If you didn’t RSVP in advance, click here to see what else is going on in the gallery during the walking tour and how to reserve a spot on the waiting list.

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Pre-Party with Pete Hickok and Jeffrey Augustine Songco of Kitsch House

Join the artist duo Kitsch House for mingling, libations and general merriment as guests pre-party before a night out on the town. The next chance to meet up with your new micro-community will be held on Thursday, July 19, 6–8pm.

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Community Archive Workshop with NODE

Saturday, July 14, 1–3pm, Join NODE (Network of Daily Experience) artist-researchers in the gallery during the Performing Community exhibition for an archiving workshop that will delve deeper into the history, present issues and future of SOMA.

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Performing Community Opening Reception

How is community built and practiced in SoMa? Find out Friday, July 6, 6–9pm, when our next Commons Curatorial Residency exhibition opens with a special performance by youth from the San Francisco Rock Project.

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The News: Fresh, Queer Performance

Monthly performance event taps the pulse of the Bay Area’s flourishing queer performance scene. Be bold & try new things at The News on Tuesday, July 2, 7:30–9pm.

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Hyphen Magazine’s 25th Issue and 10 Year Anniversary Kick-Off

Hyphen Magazine is pulling out all the stops for an evening of entertainment to celebrate 10 years and a landmark 25th issue.

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DON’T MISS THIS IS WHAT I WANT PERFORMANCE FESTIVAL, June 26–29

Two bills of newly commissioned works by San Francisco and Los Angeles artists redefine relationships between intimacy and performance.