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Friday, April 9, 2021

Gamble Garden event highlights founder's favorite bloom: Irises

The iris flower is the focus of Gamble Garden's Second Saturday program on April 10, which includes a nature hunt, exhibits and -- for the first time in a year -- indoor tours of the historic Gamble home.

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Thursday, April 8, 2021

Qualia throws a virtual party to launch new in-person gallery shows

Qualia Contemporary Art is opening two solo exhibitions with an online party April 10 that offers virtual gallery walkthroughs, artists' talks and a Q&A session to allow the audience to interact with the artists.

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EnActe Arts offers a 'Window on Women'

EnActe Arts' WEFT program offers women writers a space to hone their craft under the guidance of mentors. On April 10, at 5 p.m., the theater company will offer an online showcase of two pieces by WEFT fellow Reena Kapoor.

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Qualia throws a virtual party to launch new in-person gallery shows

Qualia Contemporary Art is opening two solo exhibitions with an online party April 10 that offers virtual gallery walkthroughs, artists' talks and a Q&A session to allow the audience to interact with the artists.

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Wednesday, April 7, 2021

Who is included in Filoli's story?

Filoli's "Stories of Resilience" is an exhibition acknowledging some who overcame injustices or were excluded by the historic estate.

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Tuesday, April 6, 2021

Local roots and global dreams: The Song Gardeners grow their sound

The Song Gardeners (Mary Gospe and Corrie Dunn) have been hard at work writing, recording and releasing original songs with empowering messages, in a genre they call New Age pop.

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Friday, April 2, 2021

'Exquisite Reality' exhibition explores the political power of early photography

Due to its scientific origins, photography was once considered apolitical, but a new online exhibit at the Cantor looks at how early photographers made artistic decisions that reveal their interpretations of "reality."

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Thursday, April 1, 2021

Mythology in metal, stories in stone (and on social media)

The artwork of Kelly Morgen is small in scale but rich in meaning. "Every piece has a story," Morgen said. "People seem to really resonate with my work on a deeper level."

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Some Stanford art venues announce upcoming reopening plans for spring

Shuttered for a year thanks to COVID-19, Stanford University's arts venues will gradually reopen for in-person visitors starting in April.

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Local man shares 'An African American Artist's Experience'

‚ÄčThe April edition of Woodside Arts & Culture's First Friday series features "An African American Artist's Experience," an online discussion with San Francisco-based artist Rhonel Roberts, on April 2.

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