Discover Yourself through These Amazing Art & Culture Events
By Adam Casalino – January 16, 2019
It’s a new year. And while your friends might have already given up on their New Year’s resolutions, you have a chance to make a fresh start. Getting tired of your usual routine? Are you eager to discover a wonderful new hobby, activity, or lifestyle? There is no better way to discover a new passion or pursuit than through the arts. RushTix has a variety of awesome art/culture events coming up that just might unlock a whole new you!
Speak-easy and get down with an elite crowd of the young and beautiful, as the infamous Lana Del Rey sang about. This party theme is a favorite among the San Francisco scene, a city known for Prohibition-era speakeasies and free-spirits.
But Wait! There’s More! is a program of 15 short contemporary works by eight new composers.
Berkeley Symphony presents the world premiere of Disillusioned Dreamer, a newly commissioned orchestral piece by Hannah Kendall inspired by a phrase from Ralph Ellison’s Invisible Man, followed by Berkeley Symphony’s first performance of Benjamin Britten’s Four Sea Interludes from Peter Grimes.
Shake up your night with some of the Bay Area’s best bartenders, and enjoy inventive libations, cocktail-related science programs, delectable bites, and much more—all to celebrate 50 years of curiosity with the Exploratorium.
Join us for our 1st Annual Sunday ‘Winter’ BLISS in Oakland at the brand new amazing venue 7th West. We’ll be turning the place into a winter wonderland thanks to our friends at Props2c. You definitely don’t want to miss this one.
The Tenderloin Tour revives the “prime cuts” of Tenderloin, Cutting Ball’s original documentary-style play from 2012 about its neighborhood, in a one-hour touring production.
We will practice yoga in the taproom before doors open to the public and then connect in community over a fresh pint of Anchor’s finest after class, or Après Yoga!
A perfect introduction to the basic Sivananda class. More instruction, more warm-ups, and a slower pace. Tone and stretch. Abbreviated breathing exercises to calm and balance the body and mind.
Celebrate what’s possible as the adventures of five daring Disney heroines (including Moana, in her Disney on Ice debut) spark the courage inside us all at Disney On Ice presents Dare To Dream.
Stacy Ross returns to Custom Made to star in this vital play, set the early 1970’s, where Agnes (Ross) has turned her quiet bed and breakfast into one of the few spots where victims of domestic violence can seek refuge.
Join acclaimed architect Takashi Yanai, FAIA, partner of Ehrlich Yanai Rhee Chaney (EYRC), and notable artist Johannes Girardoni, for a lively discussion to learn about living with art and designing homes that honor it.
LEVYdance hosts a recurring micro-residency, LEVYsalon, that provides multidisciplinary artists with 10 hours each of free rehearsal space to work, create, explore & develop ideas and themes.
In this wildly imaginative and satirical comedy, a newly retired couple picnics on a beach and squabbles about their life together when they are interrupted by two human-sized, English-speaking lizards.
At once bitingly hilarious and heartbreakingly honest, King of the Yees is an epic joyride across cultural, national, and familial borders that explores what it truly means to be a Yee.
The Museum of Craft and Design is San Francisco’s only museum devoted exclusively to modern and contemporary craft and design.
RAWdance’s 15th anniversary home season delivers a suite of three works, unearthing and sifting through uncertain times past and present.
Beach Blanket Babylon, the world’s longest-running musical revue and one of the most popular San Francisco attractions, is a high energy pop culture satire and the perfect night out with friends.
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