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Sound Check

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Camila (Marsha Dimalanta, right) is worried about daughter Nina's (Cristina Hernandez) future.

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New Alphabet

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Cantor Arts highlights the work of African painter Frédéric Bruly Bouabré.

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Hidden Truths

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Playwright and Watsonville native Jeanne Sakata tells the story of an interned Japanese American’s long fight for his rights in ‘Hold These Truths.’

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Good Vibrations

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‘California Dreamin’’ exhibit explores the idiosyncracies of Left Coast life.

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Surreal History

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Anthony Riggs combines elements of Western and Eastern art.

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Machine Learning

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Tech Museum’s new artificial intelligence exhibit, ‘Animaker,’ teaches children and machines alike.

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Mumbai Money

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‘Billionaire Raj’ author James Crabtree details the lives of India’s elite.

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Form Letters

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New Cantor exhibit ‘Ink Worlds’ explores the art of Chinese calligraphy.

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Seeing Red

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‘Finks’ follows the romance of two activist actors battling McCarthyism.

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Ad Nauseam

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A new book examines the existential crisis of the ad game

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Southern Reach

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Fog and moody lighting factor heavily into photographer Hai Bo’s ‘The Southern Series,’ now showing at Pace Gallery; case in point: ‘No. 55.’

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Piling On

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‘Who Am We?’ by Do Ho Suh features myriad faces on seven sets of four-color offset wallpaper.

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Car Culture

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A collection of photographs captures the faded glory of neglected classics.

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Rhetorical Questions

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In ‘Faking the News,’ an SJSU professor enlists fellow academics to analyze Trump’s rhetoric.

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Wrap It Up

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Smuin Ballet thinks outside the bento box with ‘If I Were a Sushi Roll.’

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Fire at Will

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SJMQT ponders American gun culture with ‘Guns: Loaded Conversations.’

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Beautiful Blue Dot

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Composer Kenji Williams seeks to create a new human ritual with multimedia spectacle ‘Bella Gaia.’

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The Essentials

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Marianne Kolb interprets the aura of her subjects at the Triton Museum of Art.

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The Biggest Picture

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SETI enlists artists to help scientists grapple with the mysteries of the universe.  

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Coming Home

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New SJMA exhibit, ‘The House Imaginary,’ delves into the platonic ideal of home.

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