There is only one February 29th every four years, so come and celebrate Leap Day at the Alameda Free Library by making your own time capsule! Bring the kids (first grade and older are most appropriate) and items you and they want to remember and make a four year time capsule. The library will supply the jars; you supply the memories!
Registration is required. Please call 510-747-7705.
Come hear a presentation by art educator Kathryn Zupsic about the Mexican artist Frida Kahlo, whose recognizable style explored her
ethnicity, disability, and politics, all of which were at the heart of her work. Frida Kahlo: Appearances Can Be Deceiving is the largest U.S. exhibition in ten years devoted to the iconic painter.
Come early – our recent art docent talks have been filled to capacity! You can read more about this exciting exhibit on the de Young Museum’s website here: https://deyoung.famsf.org/press-room/frida-kahlo-appearances-can-be-deceiving.
San Francisco was a happening place at midcentury: big new ideas about music, poetry, life and love were all developing in what was then a small city. Art, of course, was also in flux, and some uniquely Bay Area artists and styles challenged New York’s dominance of the American art scene.
Come and discover the work of David Park as we explore the art world of San Francisco’s Beatniks and Hippies.
You can read more about this exciting exhibit on the SFMOMA website here: https://www.sfmoma.org/exhibition/david-park-a-retrospective/