Arts & Entertainment

Painting The Proletariat

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German street art duo, Various & Gould painstakingly created the pieces in ‘Permanently Improvised.

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A Score You Can’t Refuse

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And take the cannoli to Symphony Silicon Valley’s live-scoring of ‘The Godfather.’

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Boldly Subtle

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‘Blanket Statements’ contrasts antique, contemporary quilts.

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Dark Comedy

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The simplistic line drawings of mr. harada tackle complex human emotion.

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Local Heroes

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San Jose Museum of Art celebrates Silicon Valley’s artistic pioneers.

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Voices From the ‘Wasteland’

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A new San Jose-specific online literary journal, intends to preserve and breathe new life into the city’s creative community.

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Natural Light

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Waterfalls, butterflies sculpted out of LED at ‘Living Digital Space.

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Curtain Call

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Silicon Valley Ballet is closing for good.

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The Crossing

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‘Border Cantos’ highlights life in the transitory space between the U.S. and Mexico.

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Face Blind

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Gideon Rubin gives the viewer plenty of detail, but never shows the face of his subject. Pictured: ‘Braids.’

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Building Bridges

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Civil Rights icon Ruby Bridges will receive Steinbeck Award at SJSU.

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‘Wild’ Harmony

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At Club Lido in downtown San Jose, Vietnamese and Mexican subcultures coexist.

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Stylish Prints

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Cantor Arts Center displays private collection of art from 16th century.

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Gypsy Music

In its current production of ‘Carmen,’ Opera San Jose is truly on the top of its craft.

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Redemption Song

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Anno Domini’s dual exhibition proves art conquers all—even Nazism.

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‘Tigers’ Be Sweet, Funny

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Sherry (Melissa Weinstein, left) questions her sister Grace’s (Akemi Okamura) vengeful tactics in ‘Tigers Be Still.’

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‘Open’ To Interpretation

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Marc D'Estout's NUMU exhibition is meant to spark the imagination.

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Paradise Lost

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‘The Gold Rush’ highlights California’s promise and failings.

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Head over Heels

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Mountain View-based Arrow Development was instrumental in pushing roller coaster technology forward.

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Drawing Little Bighorn

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A Cantor Arts Center exhibit features sketches taken at the Battle of Little Bighorn by Native American artist, Red Horse.

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