Short films offer new temporal spaces for considering how images and narratives construct meaning, artifice, and memory.
A lively discussion on technology and the female body with pioneering media artist Lynn Hershman Leeson and feminist scholar Peggy Phelan.
A selection of short films by women artists explore the moving power of portraiture and feminism.
A participatory social sculpture by Lawrence Weiner highlights the playful themes in 'Next to You.'
Discover a site-specific, GPS-enabled musical installation with new music by Kronos Quartet in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park.
Next to You is a secret reverie for those longing for the energy of a crowd and a meditative space for recovering long dormant senses as a new world unfolds.
Hearing Aids considers a new sensory sensitivity to our surroundings and a greater awareness of the body’s intricacies of communication.
Composers Danny Clay and Theresa Wong perform a newly commissioned score to accompany a film collage exploring Asian American history.
A selection of short films reveal the soft power of dance to spark joy and dismantle dominant narratives.
A free concert with performances by Mexican American performing arts organizations celebrates the Bay Area’s vibrant community of farmworkers.
A site-specific performance empowers dancers and electronic musicians to create an improvisational zone governed by collaboration and fluidity.
Alison O'Daniel presents this meta-film marvel from Iranian filmmaker Jafar Panahi in conjunction with her guest curated Screening Room program Hearing Aids.