TUE, JUN 23, 2020
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Voss Gallery presents ‘Art Discussions’ with artist-in-residence (AIR) The Tracy Piper on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 12-12:30PM on the artist’s Instagram Live (@thetracypiper), June 16 – September 3, 2020. Recorded discussions are available to stream on Voss Gallery’s IGTV (@vossgallery).
The Gray Center for Arts and Inquiry hosts its seventh in a series of Gray Sound Sessions: Nomi Epstein and Pamela Z.

NOTE: This free performance is sponsored by the Gray Center for Arts and Inquiry, but we encourage listener-watchers to consider making their own donations to the artists.

About Gray Sound Sessions

The Gray Center is now streaming a free, streaming weekly music-and-sound series, Gray Sound Sessions, featuring concerts but also happenings and experiments with form and platform. The series showcases searching performances from some of our favorite musicians and sound-makers including Opera Povera, Seth Parker Woods, a•pe•ri•od•ic, Viola Yip and Nicola Hein, and many more. In each case, we ask these artists not only to present work of their choice, but also—often through the performance itself—to reflect on the peculiar place of music and sound in this moment, and on the special power of those who labor them into being.
The international program aims at practicing theatre directors, choreographers and performing arts practitioners who are interested in practical investigations of performance making and physical theater.

This workshop is specifically designed to prepare participants for professional practice in a short time, both within the educational context and within the professional development of a performer.
Voss Gallery presents “The First Pride was a Riot,” a pop-up exhibition of street art by Jeremy Novy organized in conjunction with SF Pride.

The exhibition is on view June 24 – July 4, 2020. A virtual reception with the artist will be held on Instagram Live (@vossgallery) on Wednesday, June 24, 7-8PM; RSVP is encouraged for event updates and special promotions. Gallery hours are by appointment Wednesday-Saturday, 12-6PM; contact us at info@vossgallery.art to arrange. We are closely following the situation with COVID-19 via the CDC and SF Department of Public Health and will share any updates on our website, newsletter, and social media channels.
Sick of all the live-streams you’ve been seeing? We’re going to try something a bit different. This will be a full-fledged music festival from a secret backyard location. We’ll hook up the fancy camera, some great mics and you’re going to be blown away by the line-up we’ve assembled!

  • 6 – 6:20 PM Sandy Lindop (swinging jazz standards)
  • 6:20 – 6:50 PM Nate Lopez – 8-string guitarist (jazz, funk, blues)
  • 6:50 – 7:20 PM Claudia Russell and Bruce Kaplan (folk and Americana)
  • 7:20 – 7:50 PM Diana Gameros (singer-guitarist- social activist)
  • 7:50 – 8:30 PM Dirty Cello (high energy blues and bluegrass)
With Herbie Hancock, Terence Blanchard and Terrace Martin, Danilo Pérez, John Patitucci, and Brian Blade.

  • For this special broadcast, 100% of Tip Jar proceeds will go directly to Wayne Shorter for his ongoing medical needs.
  • Wayne Shorter Benefit Boasts Streams From Herbie Hancock, Kamasi Washington (Rolling Stone)

Legendary saxophonist and composer Wayne Shorter had been scheduled to perform with his quartet over four nights in Miner Auditorium in January of 2019, but an illness that precluded travel prevented Wayne from appearing that week. Masterminded by piano legend and Wayne’s best friend Herbie Hancock as a tribute and benefit for Wayne’s medical expenses, an all-star roster of jazz greats assembled over those four nights to perform classic material written by the 11-time GRAMMY winner, 1998 NEA Jazz Master, and Kennedy Center Honoree, anchored by Wayne’s longtime quartet including pianist Danilo Pérez, bassist John Patitucci, and drummer Brian Blade.
We at Gray Area stand with the current protests against systemic racism and police brutality.

To support this movement, we will be donating 100% of Gray Area’s proceeds from this event to the Movement for Black Lives (M4BL) and Anti Police-Terror Project (APTP).

We hope you can join us in a night of creative visions to reimagine our world.

Patch Pulse presents a night of audiovisual collaborations by multimedia artists. On June 26, tune in for special live performances by electronic musicians Xyla and Somni.

This event will be live streamed online for free. All ticket sales and donations go towards supporting M4BL and APTP — please considering contributing what you can.
Join us in wishing His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama a long and joyful life and a very Happy Birthday.

To celebrate His Holiness’ 85th Birthday, Frame of Mind Films will open a 48 hour portal for you to view, The Great 14th: Tenzin Gyatso, The 14th Dalai Lama In His Own Words.

During this unprecedented opportunity, enjoy the film at no cost to you no matter where you are in the world.*
Join us for the next QuaranPalooza: Live Stream Festival featuring 9 acts live streamed on Zoom with a “loop on/loop off” concept. We’ve had all of our gigs cancelled this season so for many of us, this is/was our only income. Sneak preview teaser or check out the whole shindig …the schedule is set, all times are Pacific Time (PT)!
MUSIC | SAT, AUG 22 | San Francisco, California
World music at its best, ViBO Simfani bridges cultures from around the globe by fusing elements of Latin jazz, folk, classical, Brazilian styles such as Bossa Nova and Choro. The end result is romantic, fun and mystical all at once. With the impeccable performance and arrangements of strings, woodwinds, guitar and percussion, ViBO Simfani reinterprets the traditional repertoire with an original sound.
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