“Justice” is a contemporary art exhibit that explores racial inequality and the need for social justice in our nation. From a 300-pound bronze fist by Woody De Othello to a whimsical collage of Black femininity by Rashaad Newsome, the exhibit includes 40 artworks in all mediums. “Many art appreciators are unaware of the scores of accomplished local Black artists who are collected by museums across the country and have international reputations,” explains museum director, Nancy Rehkopf. Karen Jenkins-Johnson — a leading San Francisco Black gallerist and Marin County resident — brought all the artists together for this exhibition.
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Housed on the historic Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture waterfront campus, Fort Mason Flix is a drive-in pop-up movie theater that presents a cornucopia of film programming, from family favorites and cult classics to blockbusters and arthouse cinema. Come check out Lost in Translation on Sunday, November 15.
Jellies have no hearts, brains, or lungs, and are made up of 95% water — how interesting can they be? Find out during an evening with venomologist Anna Klompen, science writer Juli Berwald, Academy biologist Riah Evin and science illustrator Nick Bezio.
This free online seminar series will cover the breadth of wildland fire research relevant to California and introduce researchers to new topics and research groups across the state. Topics will include fire weather, wildfire risk, fire ecology, remote sensing, emissions, fire dynamics, fire modeling and public health.
Come out for a socially-distanced, craft and music filled day at the Mill Valley Lumber Yard this Saturday. Bundle up and enjoy your holiday shopping by visiting with local artists selling their goods throughout the outdoor, one acre site. Peruse the Lumber Yard’s many shops including Aviator Nation, Ambatalia, the Edit, Mad Dogs and Englishmen, Lulu Designs Jewelry and Once Around among others and grab a bite at Flour Craft Bakery or Watershed. In the event of rain, please check the calendar on our website for a rescheduled date.
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Kasia Pawlowska loves words. A native of Poland, Kasia moved to the States when she was seven. The San Francisco State University creative writing graduate went on to write for publications like the San Francisco Bay Guardian and KQED Arts among others prior to joining the Marin Magazine staff. Topics Kasia has covered include travel, trends, mushroom hunting, an award-winning series on social media addiction, and loads of other random things. When she’s not busy blogging or researching and writing articles, she’s either at home writing postcards and reading or going to shows. Recently, Kasia has been trying to branch out and diversify, ie: use different emojis. Her quest for the perfect chip is a never-ending endeavor.