Arts & Entertainment

Seeing Red

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The American psyche is laid bare in SJICA’s immersive ‘Clusterf*ck.’

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Posted Up

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‘Here Today’ exhibit at Stanford looks at the art of promotional design.

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Strange Visions

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MACLA’s ‘Speculative Latinidades’ imagines identity in an uncertain future.

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Lovers struggle to express themselves in TheatreWorks’ ‘The Language Archive.’

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Return To Form

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The New Ballet is partnering with Hammer Theatre Center and introducing a subscription model.

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Language Arts

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Organizer of Mesopotamian Night aims to preserve Assyrian language, culture.

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Locals Only

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Focusing on SJ artists, Japantown’s 3F Gallery dreams big in a small space.

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Outer Limits

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SJICA group show, ‘Surreal Sublime,’ aims lens at landscape photography.

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The Good Fight

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Local LGBTQ advocate Wiggsy Sivertsen looks back on her long career at Cafe Stritch.

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Her Worldview

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Rina Banerjee’s mid-career retrospective integrates everything from everywhere.

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Men O’ War

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‘Archduke’ dreams up plausible backstory for boys who started World War I.

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Female Forms

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Japantown museum’s exhibit highlights Asian-American women artists.

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New Perspectives

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Alycia Adame, Stephanie Baumann and Chloë Angst are among the performers participating in ‘Gender Bent Broadway.’

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Labor of Hope

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A dark, yet optimistic, mood pervades Jay DeFeo’s SJMA exhibit, ‘Undersoul.’

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Creative Visions

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Bruce Tomb, the creator of ‘Maria Del Camino,’ says his art car is as close as he’ll ever get to a flying car.

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In Season

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Travel writer Pico Iyer ruminates on aging, death and dying in ‘Autumn Light.’

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Breaking Free

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In new work, local artist Girafa imagines a world where animals take their revenge.

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Inside The Studio

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Silicon Valley Open Studios returns for its 33 year.

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Mother, May I

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Esther Wojcicki raised three successful daughters—by letting them run wild.

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Sweet Memories

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Following three generations of Sherman family songwriters, ‘A Spoonful of Sherman’ is playing at 3Below.

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