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.
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.
For more information: http://www.moah.org/currentExhibit.html
Chinese Newcomers Service Center San Francisco
The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program is expanding to serve more low-income families. Chinese Newcomers Services Center (CNSC) will help clients file their 2013 tax returns, and claim for Earned Income Tax Credit and Working Families Credit. The services begins Jan. 25 to April 5, every Saturday form 9am to 3:30pm. This year CNSC have 60 volunteers devoting their time to assist these families and individuals, and they are all certified by IRS. Clients can register in advance to get free tax assistance from the tax experts.
For more information: （415）421-2111 etx. 699
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: www.living-tree.org
No walk in. Phone appointment only.
Pier 45 San Francisco
Monday to Friday 10am-7pm
Saturday to Sunday 10am-8pm
For more information: www.museumecanique.org
9:30 am - 10:30 am
金約翰康樂中心 San Francisco
English Learning Course for Beginners starts on 2/18, every Tuesday and Thursday. There are 12 classes total, students will learn about the basic vocabulary, short sentences and how to participate in basic English conversation. There will be nutritional lunch available after every course (suggested donation $2), this course is good for people age 60 or up.
For more information: 415-239-9919
Cantor Arts Center Palo Alto
Date and time: Every Wednesday to Sunday, 11am-5pm
Peter Henry Emerson began taking photographs in 1882 and soon became an outspoken and highly influential advocate for fine art photography. This exhibition presents a selection of Emerson’s beautiful platinum prints and photographs featuring the English and Irish countryside. Images of villages, rivers, farmers and fishermen capture the picturesque and harmonious coexistence of man with nature. There are approximately 25 artworks will be displayed.
For more information: www.museum.stanford.edu
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
NanHai Art Millbrae
Recent Works by Hou Beiren
Exhibition Dates: February 22 – March 29, 2014, every Tuesday – Saturday
NanHai Art is pleased to present Sublimity, a solo exhibition of recent works by 97-year-old artist Hou Beiren. Featuring 25 paintings completed between 2010 and 2013, Sublimity marks the inaugural exhibition for the newly renovated NanHai Art gallery. As one of very few living legendary artists of our times, Hou’s most valuable contributions are undoubtedly his audacious experiments and achievements in his successful integration of Western and Chinese painting techniques. Hou has invented a distinctive style of his own within the genre of splash ink and color, which is best demonstrated in his most recent works shown in this current exhibition.
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
中華文化中心 San Francisco
This exhibition will be showcasing the modern and contemporary artistic master piece designed by artist Fong Chung Ray. The exhibition is open from now through May 31, every Tuesday to Saturday. For those of you who want to get more information about this exhibition, please visit www.c-c-c.org
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Portola Branch – San Francisco Public Library San Francisco
Date: Every 1st and 3rd Wednesday, March – June 2014
Time: 6:30 – 7:30p.m
Tai Chi helps reduce stress; improve muscle strength, balance, flexibility, energy, and general well-being. Our class is composed of Qigong exercises along with simple Tai Chi movements. Space limited. Registration required. Please call (415) 355-5660 or email email@example.com to register.
For more information: http://sfpl.org/index.php?pg=1015905401&sl=1