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"Yuri's Night"
The Five Ton Crane is an art installation from Bay Area artists. Attendees at Yuri's Night stand in line to tour the rocketship. Submitted by Michelle Le on May 17, 2010

 
 
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Art exhibition offers portraits of Upward Scholars members
The "Spring Upward" exhibit at Art Ventures Gallery in Menlo Park features photographs almost a dozen community members who are part of the Upward Scholars program. Thursday, 3:29 PM

Ragazzi Continuo celebrates 10 years with virtual concert
Ragazzi Continuo, the adult a cappella group formed by alumni of the Ragazzi Boys Chorus, is celebrating its 10th anniversary with a virtual concert on Saturday, June 12. Thursday, 3:28 PM

Out of this world: Pace makes space for painter's cosmic landscapes
Damian Loeb's work is informed by photography, cinematography and the appropriation of images found in such far-flung places as aerial photographs and the Hubble Space Telescope. Wednesday, 1:04 PM

Live jazz, classical, comedy and more will come to Frost Amphitheater this summer
After a successful spring of screening films al fresco at Frost Amphitheater, Stanford Live is ready to take the next step in a return to performing-arts normalcy: In-person shows will come to Frost July 1 through Aug. 7. Wednesday, 10:34 AM

Muse delivers in-person poetry
Menlo Park author Charlotte Muse is scheduled to read poetry from her new book, "In Which I Forgive the River." Wednesday, 10:35 AM

Paly grad launches farm box service to help small farms stay afloat during the pandemic
Farm box delivery service Real Good Greens started just a year ago as an idea to step in and help fill a vacuum created by the pandemic that wasn't necessarily planned to be a business. Friday, 5:29 PM

TheatreWorks, others to stream 'Writing Fragments Home' to benefit AAPI community
TheatreWorks Silicon Valley and more than 40 other arts organizations are co-presenting a reading of Jeffrey Lo's "Writing Fragments Home" as a benefit for Compassion in Oakland. Thursday, 12:32 PM

Stanford documentarians get a chance to share stories on the big screen
While viewing a film is an experience that lends itself pretty well to social distancing, there's still something special about watching on the big screen. Tuesday, 1:11 PM

June is now World Music Month in Palo Alto
For 2021, World Music Day has evolved into a monthlong celebration of live music, with performers playing on California and University Avenues on weekends in June. Tuesday, 1:12 PM

Living the hyphen: East Palo Alto author looks to her Tongan roots to find a hero
Tonga Victoria has just released her first novel, "Hyphen American," a fictional book for young adults that weaves Polynesian culture and family traditions into an espionage story. Friday, 1:28 PM | 1 comments

'404' exhibition fills a virtual space with art
Stanford art department's spring 2021 Undergraduate Honors Thesis virtual exhibition populates its pages with vibrant images and ideas. Friday, 1:53 PM

'Dynasty' theme night kicks off Pride events at Filoli

Book talk: Jeanette Arakawa

Artist's 'Super Blooms' on display in May

In-person and virtual audiences invited to Palo Alto Players' 'Tea for Three'

Advocacy Through Art seeks work by young artists for show on mental health

 

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