Experience Culture for Community Day at Yerba Buena
SoMa/Yerba Buena is one of San Francisco's most engaging neighborhoods. It's packed with venues, galleries, restaurants, museums, and more. On Thursday, Feb. 20, you can experience all the neighborhood has to offer for free during the latest Culture for Community Day. This Culture for Community day focuses on Black History Month.
Contemporary Jewish Museum (736 Mission St.)
"Night at the Jewseum" will showcase MoAD curator Elizabeth Gessel discussing the history of the Berkeley Tigers, a Levi's-clad, East Bay African American motorcyle club; Bartertown gameplay with Urban Works Agency; and the Nathan Clevenger Quartet performing a tribute to the poet and musician David Berkman.
Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD) (685 Mission St.)
Head to MoAD for an open mic night featuring talented Bay Area artists of color celebrating intergenerational storytelling.
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) (151 Third St.)
SFMOMA presents a day of exhibitions and events, from Dawoud Bey's vibrant photography to film screenings by Nicole Miller and Rashaad Newsome. Take a gallery tour or step outdoors to see the largest living wall in the U.S.
Explore a survey of works by Jamil Hellu in SF Camerawork's newest exhibition, "Jamil Hellu: Together". For the last decade, Jamil has developed a distinct visual vocabulary addressing the intersections of cultural lineages and queerness.
Other local organizations committed to participating include:
- 111 Minna Gallery
- California Historical Society
- Children's Creativity Museum
- Yerba Buena Center for the Arts
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