[San Francisco :: Until 12/13
] Seriously Weird
: CCA Illustration Biennial Alumni & Faculty Exhibition at 161 Hubbell Street, opens Thursday, November 7 at 5:30 p.m. Free and open to the public.
That’s “Vera Pattern” by Michael Wertz!
See what RED pal Oriana Leckert has picked as the must-go-to events in the Big Apple!
[Until 2/9] The Art of Rube Goldberg at Queens Museum
[5/2 to 11/1/2020] Yayoi Kusama will exhibit a “multisensory presentation” at the New York Botanical Garden in the new year!
[Until 11/10] Nemo Gould solo show: Retro-Speculative (“deep dive into the remnants of the machine age”) at 494 9th Street, Opening night 10/19 from 6 PM to 9 PM. Plus, check out his four Threadless designs.
[Now until 2/16] No Spectators: The Art of Burning Man at OMCA, Tickets
**Full listings of all the exhibit’s events here.
[THIS FRIDAY 11/8] Friday Nights at OMCA: Burning Man Block Party, 5 PM to 10 PM
[11/9] Artist Talk: The Art of Burning Man, a panel with Karen Cusolito, Christopher Schardt, and Crimson Rose at The Crucible, 7 PM to 9 PM, $20 general admission
[5/16-5/17] The creators of the popular Exploding Kittens card game series are hosting Burning Cat, a new two-day game convention that ends in the burning of a giant effigy. Huh… that last part seems oddly familiar! Tickets are $80 for a two-day pass, or $45 for a daily one.
San Francisco, CA
[11/9] Candlelight Concert with Mark Growden, The Choir Loft, 8 to 9:30 PM, Tickets
[12/14] SF Krampus run: Better Not Pout, “More wandering guerilla theater than pub crawl,” 5:30 to 9 PM, starting at Tunnel Top
[12/31] We knew it was coming but no one could really be prepared for Beach Blanket Babylon closing. New Year’s Eve is the last night you’ll be able to see this San Francisco institution, the world’s longest running musical revue.
Various U.S. cities, and sometimes Canada
Atlas Obscura has an ongoing calendar of unique experiences.
Know about a cool, quirky, and/or indie event? Email me and I’ll share it with the class!