Friday, OCTOBER 9
Alemany Market Plaza
100 Alemany Boulevard
FREE admission by Eventbrite Reservation ONLY
Ryan Javier 夏浩德
Stuck at home, Chelsea discovers the possibilities of words that begin with the letter C.
A worm’s close encounter.
One man trying to keep some semblance of control over his life during the time of COVID-19
Rocky, a dog, keeps himself busy while his owner is away.
TED NAIFEH – comic book artist
Ted Naifeh is a San Francisco artist. He discusses how overcoming his learning disability led to his work as a comic book artist.
THERE IS NO STANDING STILL, Part 1
Separated by the pandemic, dancers from Alonzo King’s Lines Ballet perform in their respective spaces throughout the Americas.
In this quirky dark comedy, a teenage girl prefers the fantasy version of her life until she discovers that growing up doesn’t mean putting away childish things
THE PERFECT FLIGHT
An interest in the world of falconry opens doors and opportunities for a man in ways he couldn’t imagine.
SEWING IN THE TIME OF CONONAVIRUS
Necessity is the Mother of Invention — In the hands of the Auntie Sewing Squad, hoarded film festival lanyards become a way to fight coronavirus.
SAD SONG KARAOKE AT EL RIO
The scene at El Rio, Your Dive bar in Bernal Heights on Sunday nights — singing sad songs is the theme of the evening.
THE HELIX SONATA
Melodies, strings and bass with the Electronic Valve Instrument (EVI) and rhythmic patterns with the Free Integral Hang. Additional visuals created with the Dancing Helix; an amazing kinetic mobile that’s anchored with a crystal.
AFRICAN AMERICANS AND THE VOTE:
The Movement Lives On
Sophie Constantinou and Marisa Williams
African American political leaders and change-makers highlight the importance and power of voting in San Francisco and the country.
SHARKS AND MINNOWS
When Ben rehearses a dance with Shayne for their high school’s show choir, he discovers Shayne has more on his mind than jazz hands.
THE CONNECTION BETWEEN BATS AND CORONAVIRUS: Wildlife Is Not to Blame
What exactly is the connection between bats and coronavirus? And what are the consequences of sheltering-in-place on the further study of this relationship?