Arts

「紐約角落」畫展

02/05/2016-08/22/2016
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Cantor Arts Center
Palo Alto 

「紐約角落」畫展
即日起至8月22日
逢星期二至日 11am-5pm
Cantor Arts Center
Stanford University
328 Lomita Drive
Palo Alto
museum.stanford.edu

Gilroy Gardens: LUMINATION 2016

07/16/2016-08/14/2016
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Gilroy Gardens Family Theme Park
Gilroy  CA

As the sun sets, Gilroy Gardens Family Theme Park will be transformed into a dramatic display of spectacular sights and sounds from ancient China. You will be whisked away to another time and place as you stroll through colossal light displays that illuminate over 2,000 years of Chinese history and culture.

These incredible displays—some towering as high as 6 stories into the night sky—include giant dragons, mythical Qilin, and playful pandas, as well as historic landmarks like the Great Wall, Temple of Heaven, and Terracotta Warriors.

This exciting event also includes a bustling artisan marketplace and live performances. Don’t miss this once-in-a-lifetime experience!

Date and time :
July 16 – August 14: Open nightly (6pm – 10pm)

luminationgilroy.org
(408) 840-7100

*Visitors to Gilroy Gardens may purchase same-day Lumination passes for additional $15.

*Admission to Lumination is free with 2016 Gilroy Gardens Elite memberships.

Free Shakespeare in the Park’s ‘The Winter’s Tale’

07/23/2016-08/07/2016
12:00 am - 10:00 pm
Memorial Park
Cupertino 

July 23-August 7, 2016, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays at 7:30 pm

The San Francisco Shakespeare Festival’s 34th season of Free Shakespeare in the Park presents ‘The Winter’s Tale’. Music, dance, and a trio of delightful clowns all make this show a treat for the whole family.

Luminous and heartbreaking, tragic and gloriously funny, ‘The Winter’s Tale’ is the crowning achievement of Shakespeare’s late career, a magical story that swoops across continents, generations, and genres to its bittersweet and beautiful conclusion.

Audiences can further their enjoyment of this production by attending a 15-minute Green Show, 30 minutes before the performance.

No tickets or reservations are needed for these complimentary shows.

Free!

Presented by San Francisco Shakespeare Festival.

Retrieved回 – The Art of Looking Back

07/27/2016-08/13/2016
3:00 am - 9:00 am
CCC Visual Art Center
San Francisco 

Recently, reviewed for the June galleries scene, Retrieved is an

“ambitious photography exhibition of 1,600 images, which explores who has true authorship of a story and can legitimately lay claim to memory and perception of cultural history, includes three artists, based in different parts of the world, whose archives of re-contextualized found photographs interpret China’s past and present. ”

Sura Wood

Extended until August 13, don’t miss it! Read the full article here.

More exhibition info here.

Major funding for the project provided by the WYNG Foundation, with additional support from Andy Warhol Foundation for Visual Arts, San Francisco Foundation, Grant for the Arts.

Gilroy Gardens: LUMINATION 2016

08/19/2016-11/27/2016
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Gilroy Gardens Family Theme Park
Gilroy  CA

As the sun sets, Gilroy Gardens Family Theme Park will be transformed into a dramatic display of spectacular sights and sounds from ancient China. You will be whisked away to another time and place as you stroll through colossal light displays that illuminate over 2,000 years of Chinese history and culture.

These incredible displays—some towering as high as 6 stories into the night sky—include giant dragons, mythical Qilin, and playful pandas, as well as historic landmarks like the Great Wall, Temple of Heaven, and Terracotta Warriors.

This exciting event also includes a bustling artisan marketplace and live performances. Don’t miss this once-in-a-lifetime experience!

Date and time :
August 19 – November 27: Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights (6pm – 10pm)

luminationgilroy.org
(408) 840-7100

*Visitors to Gilroy Gardens may purchase same-day Lumination passes for additional $15.

*Admission to Lumination is free with 2016 Gilroy Gardens Elite memberships.

PUSHfest 2016

09/23/2016-09/25/2016
4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
ODC Theater
San Francisco  

Sept 23-25, Fri-Sat 8pm, Sun 4pm & 7pm

Presented by Push Dance Company.

PUSHfest honors diversity in dance, and audiences have the opportunity to experience distinct
perspectives on dance at one of the Bay Area’s leading performance venues. The Festival
comprises two programs featuring choreography by artists currently active in different disciplines of dance including modern, ballet, hiphop, ethnic, and multidisciplinary. This exciting new season will feature three world premieres, including Mothership (Part I) by Artistic Director Raissa Simpson, new works by Resident Choreographer Katerina Wong, and PUSH Dancers Ashley Gayle and Noah James, and performances by local artists and visiting artists from Chicago and St. Louis.