Tuesday May 19
Concerts by Brooklyn Raga Massive.
Brooklyn Raga Massive (BRM) is a prolific artist collective dedicated to creating cross-cultural understanding through the lens of Indian classical and Raga inspired music. In an effort to provide work for artists and a sharing space for our community we are offering free workshops twice a week for musicians and appreciators alike.
Online Workshop with Swami Divyananda Ma.
Join Integral Yoga Institute for various for online classes and events. Donations are encouraged. 1. Please register well in advance at the link provided below. Registration closes precisely at program start time. 2. Please be sure that your Mindbody account is set to receive email “Reminders and schedule changes.” 3. Check your email inbox for the Registration Confirmation email containing the Zoom link provided to join the online class.
Wednesday May 27
We Are Totally Normal - a Virtual Book Reading.
In Rahul Kanakia’s
We Are Totally Normal,
Nandan, a junior in high school, becomes more than just friends with his longtime bestie, Dave: a journey that leads him to come to terms with his own sexuality and desires. Moderated by Laila Butcher of Cinnamongirl, Inc., an Oakland-based organization that strives to provide girls of color with the access, experiences and a network to grow into successful, global leader
7pm For details, visit https://www.baybookfest.org/unbound/ or https://www.youtube.com/baybookfest
Thursday May 28
Asian Art Museum Presents: Acting, Healing, Learning: Artist Talk.
While the museum is closed, we are hosting a range of virtual public programs to both connect with our audiences and support the work of our artistic and creative communities. Head of Contemporary Art Abby Chen leads a conversation with artists Jas Charanjiva, Chanel Miller, and Jenifer K Wofford, who share how the COVID-19 lockdown and the rise in anti-Asian racism have impacted their practices.