Events: February 15, 2014

All Day
ASC Projects San Francisco

ASC Projects is pleased to present Live/Work: An Alternative Showcase, a group exhibition about living with art and artists making a living, with works and wares by Mark Baugh-Sasaki, Craig Calderwood, Kristen van Diggelen, and Smith|Allen. In the style of an interior showcase, Live/Work features artists whose consumer wares directly reflect the creative vision, craftsmanship, and conceptual rigor of their contemporary artworks, highlighting both their commercial craft, as well as their content-driven gallery works. The exhibition opens Saturday, December 7, with an artist reception at 7pm and continues through January 18.

For more information: , , 415-786-1351

11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Museum of American Heritage (MOAH) Palo Alto

This exhibit showcases television in its early years when it became a prime source of entertainment and an important source of local and national news. The exhibition runs from September 27th, 2013 to March 23rd, 2014, every Friday to Sunday from 11am-4pm.

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10:00 am - 5:00 pm
矽谷亞洲藝術中心 Santa Clara


For more information: (408) 248-2698,

1:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Tree of Life Lord’s Harvest Christian Church Fremont

Free Tax Preparation at Tree of Life Lord’s Harvest Christian Church

Services are available to households with a 2013 income of $52,000 or less.

Phone appointment : 510-739-6133

Website address:

No walk in. Phone appointment only.

All Day
Peninsula Art Institute Burlingame

Time: Now through March 16th, every Wednesday to Sunday, 11am-5pm

This exhibition is called “The Song Inside My Head” , and the work is created by the artists of the Peninsula Photographic Arts Guild.

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All Day
Pier 45 San Francisco


Monday to Friday           10am-7pm

Saturday to Sunday        10am-8pm

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All Day
Chinatown San Francisco CA

Join KTSF to celebrate the Year of Horse on February 15th and 16th at the San Francisco Chinatown Community Street Fair! Enjoy a fun day of ethnic performances, arts and crafts, delicious foods, bargain shopping, kid’s activities, and much more! Plus, don’t forget to stop by the KTSF Booth since we’ll be giving away lots of great prizes including cash!

February 15th and 16th

San Francisco Chinatown

10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Community Street Fair San Francisco

It’s that time of the Year again! It’s the Year of the Horse and that means it’s a year of LUCK!  Come to San Francisco Chinatown this weekend for the annual Community Street Fair, we’ll be having a booth over there.  Don’t forget to stop by our booth to receive some free gifts from  McDonald’s and Dr. Pepper! Plus, we are giving away a $26 red envelope every hour starting from 11am-4pm, everyone will have a chance to be the lucky winner!  This weekend, we’ll see you at San Francisco Chinatown Community Street Fair!

10:00 am - 5:00 pm
2014 Chinatown Street Fair San Francisco


Vegetarian cook books, and bilingual Chinese/English children’s books will be given out free by the Buddhist Text Transaltion Society during the San Francisco New Year’s Street Fair on Feb. 15 to 16.

For more information contact Gold Mountain Monastery
800 Sacramento Street, San Francisco, CA. Tel: (415) 421-6117

11:30 am - 4:00 pm
中華文化中心 San Francisco


Great fun for the whole family! Enjoy a fun day of exhibitions, crafts, demonstrations,Chinese dance performances, martial arts, folk and much more.  There will also be interesting booths and prizes for participants to win.  Catch a glimpse of performance in progress, and create your own calligraphy with artists!

China Dance performs compelling Chinese ethnic and folk dance incelebration of the diversity of the-Bay Area.

Charlie Chin will premiere Men Who Conquered Mountains which is based on the life of Chin LinSou. As Artist in Residence at the Chinese Histori-cal Society of America, Chin tells the stories of the Chinese workers who built the Central Pacifc Railroad.

Calligraphy Art Workshop - Artist Justin Hoover and Gold Mountain Society create various poems based on the Angel Island Immigration Stories through the art of calligraphy.They will hold an interactive art workshop duringthe Festival for others to join and learn how towrite calligraphy.

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