Author Andy Weir will be joined by KQED host and author Michael Krasny in a discussion of his novel at this special culminating event at Angelico Hall, Dominican University.
Joan is a Belvedere native and art devotee. She will give another in a series of presentations on Latin American Artists, including Alfredo Ramos Martinez, father of Mexican modernism, and Rodolfo Morales, earliest Mexican proponent of magic realism.
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Learn how Cindy Sherman, Kara Walker, and Doris Salcedo have advanced art and brought a new look at women and their roles in contemporary society.
We'll explore the work of Ansel Adams, Manuel Alvarez Bravo, Lewis Baltz, Imogen Cunnningham, Dorothea Lange, Edward Weston, Larry Sultan, Anthony Hernandez, and Catherine Opie.
Learn about award-winner Obi Kaufmann's new book: Understanding California's Most Precious Resource.
Author Pamela Wight will talk about her latest children's book, Molly Finds Her Purr, and will tell us why "finding our purr" is important for children and adults in this age of depersonalization.
Photographer Steve Disinhof will share with us his current engagement with the Daraja Academy of Kenya, along with the many paths his life has taken.
Learn what you can do to live an active lifestyle without knee pain.
Senior Numismatist and Researcher at Kagin’s, David McCarthy will speak the subject of rare coins, regulated gold and in specialized areas of numismatics, history and collecting.
In Divine Bodies, artworks from the Asian Art Museum’s collection show how artists have envisioned the divine, imbuing it with forms that art meant to reflect supernatural qualities.