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What’s Happening In The Next 30 Days: Highlights

Fort Mason Center Presents -- Paul Dresher Ensemble: MAX UNDERSTOOD By Nancy Carlin & Michael Rasbury

The Dresher Ensemble presents Max Understood, an invitation into the life of a 7-year-old boy with autism

Apr 15th through Apr 26th
Cowell Theater

Paul Dresher Ensemble: FREE Sound Maze For Max Understood

The Paul Dresher Ensemble, Fort Mason Center Presents & Behavioral Intervention for Autism announce the world premiere of "Sound Maze for Max," a new sound installation of 10 newly invented musical instruments.

Apr 2nd through May 3rd

Embark Gallery: What Grows Here

The work in this exhibit considers the history, experience & consequences of the environmental challenges facing California today.

Apr 10th through May 23rd
Bldg B

Fridays At Off the Grid: Fort Mason Center (OtG:FMC)

Friday, April 3 music = DJ Proof (Massive Selector Collective) & The Stu Tails! Check out the new Off the Grid T-shirt, designed by Artist-In-Residence, Joshua Bruner, designer at TRUE SF! OtG:FMC presents many local food & drink vendors.

Apr 3rd through Apr 24th
Fort Mason Center

Greens Restaurant

Enjoy dinner, lunch, brunch & private events at the acclaimed gourmet vegetarian eatery Greens Restaurant, featuring seasonal menus from Executive Chef Annie Somerville

Jan 1st through Dec 31st
Greens Restaurant, Bldg A

Slices of Life, California: Composite Photographs on Canvas, Photography by Michael Smith-Heimer

An exhibit of large-format images that capture broad "slices" of the visual environment. These photographic images are composites, merging as many as 40 images in scenes that portray large, sweeping views of locations

Jan 2nd through Apr 30th
Main Office, Bldg A

The Interval At Long Now: Bar, Cafe & Museum

On Tuesday, March 24, Lewis Dartnell discusses The Knowledge: How To Rebuild Our World From Scratch. The Interval at Long Now is an inspiring venue for conversations & delicious drinks.

Mar 23rd through Dec 31st
The Interval At Long Now Bar, Cafe & Museum, Bldg A

Magic Theatre: Sister Play

Magic Theatre is one of the stops for the rolling world premiere of John Kolvenbach's hearbreaking family comedy.

Mar 25th through Apr 19th
Magic Theatre, Bldg D

Museo Italo Americano -- Primo Angeli: A Retrospective

Now extended through May 17! The Museo presents a retrospective exhibit of San Francisco design legend Primo Angeli. On display are celebratory posters, logo designs & packaging art that demonstrate Angeli’s imprint on the SF landscape.

Dec 5th through May 17th
Museo Italo Americano, Bldg C

Hold Me Tight Workshop

The Hold Me Tight Workshop for Couples is presented by Dr Michelle Gannon & Dr. Sam Jinich..

Apr 11th through Apr 12th
Bldg C, Room C-205

Thursdays At Readers Poetry Series

Readers Bookstore is the place to be to hear poetry & lots of it

Apr 2nd through Apr 30th
Readers Bookstore, Bldg C

Friends of the San Francisco Public Library: Spring Book Sale

Friends of the San Francisco Public Library's Spring Book Sale features more than 250,000 books, DVDs, CDs, audio books, vinyl & other forms of media. EVERYTHING is $3 or less & on Sunday, all remaining items are $1 each.

Mar 31st through Apr 5th
Festival Pavilion

The Mexican Museum -- Maestros: 20th Century Mexican Masters

The Mexican Museum voices the complexity & richness of Latino art throughout the Americas. "Maestros: 20th Century Mexican Masters" opens Friday, March 13 and is on view through Sunday, June 28.

Mar 13th through Jun 28th
The Mexican Museum, Bldg D

SFMOMA Artists Gallery -- Susan Goldsmith, Kay Kang, David Kuraoka

SFMOMA Artists Gallery presents paintings by Susan Goldsmith & Kay Kang & ceramics by David Kuraoka.

Mar 11th through Apr 16th
SFMOMA Artists Gallery, Bldg A

Long Now Seminar On Long-Term Thinking -- Paul Saffo: The Creator Economy

According to futurist Paul Saffo, the new economy is arriving late & in utterly unexpected ways. Social media, maker culture, the proliferation of sensors & even the 2008 market crash are merely local phenomena in a much larger shift.

Mar 31st
Cowell Theater

BATS Improv Students: Cave Matches & Student Showcases

Cave Matches & Student Showcases feature an ensemble of BATS students who have been training together on performing a specific genre or format.

Apr 12th through May 3rd
Bayfront Theater, Bldg B

BATS Improv: Director's Cut!

Indulge in a wild night of fast-paced, anything-goes improv!

Apr 3rd through Apr 24th
Bayfront Theater, Bldg B

BATS Improv: Improvised Shakespeare

All the world's a game when tales from the Bard take the stage.

Apr 4th through Apr 25th
Bayfront Theater, Bldg B

Mexican-American Vintners Association Spring Wine Tasting

Taste & purchase on-site the wines from 15 Mexican-American Vintners Association (MAVA) wineries in San Francisco.

Apr 8th
Fleet Room, Bldg D

2015 Red Cross Bay Area Gala

Proceeds from this sold-out event benefit the American Red Cross Bay Area Chapter’s disaster preparedness, response & recovery program & services in our community.

Apr 11th
Herbst Pavilion

SFMOMA Artists Gallery: Slow Art Day

Join SFMOMA Artists Gallery for Slow Art Day, an annual global event that aims to transform the art-viewing experience.

Apr 11th
SFMOMA Artists Gallery, Bldg A

San Francisco Vintners Market: Spring 2015

Enjoy a spring showcase of top notch wineries selling their wines direct to consumers -- sample the wines on display & buy them on the spot.

Apr 11th through Apr 12th
Festival Pavilion

Meals on Wheels Star Chefs & Vintners Gala 2015

The best chefs & wineries in Northern California come together for an epicurean extravaganza to help provide more than 300,000 nutritious meals for San Francisco's homebound seniors.

Apr 19th
Festival Pavilion

Box Dev 2015 | Transform the Enterprise Conference

Join the Box platform team & more than 1,500 developers & entrepreneuers for the second annual developer conference.

Apr 22nd
Festival Pavilion

On the Commons: Patriotic Betrayal Book Party

Attend a book launch celebration with Karen M. Paget who is a political scientist with more than 45 years of experience in academia, government, philanthropy & public policy.

Apr 9th
Bldg B, Room B-301 (On the Commons, AKA The Commons for Art & Social Change)

Generation Theatre: Fanny

In the endearing style of Marcel Pagnol's dramas (My Father's Castle, Manon of the Spring, The Baker's Wife, etc.) Fanny invites us into the cycles of love, heart break & joy that fill the lives of now famous characters (Fanny, Cesar, Marius, Panisse).

Apr 16th through Apr 26th
Southside Theater, Bldg D

San Francisco City Guides: Fort Mason Historic District Walking Tour

San Francisco City Guides offers a free walking tour -- donations gladly accepted!

Apr 10th through Apr 25th

Fort Mason Center Farmers' Market

Don't miss the Easter Egg Hunt, Sunday, April 5, 10:30 a.m.-12:00 noon! Grab a Fort Mason Center Farmers' Market tote bag for $10 at the info booth. Rusty's Honey offers local raw honey, bee pollen & honey sticks.

Apr 5th through Jul 12th
Fort Mason Center