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Diana Markosian's Virtual Concert and Exhibition: How to Spend a Weekend in the San Francisco Bay Area (November 26-28)

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What: Show "Human Odyssey"

When: Friday-Sunday, November 26-28

Where: Golden Gate Park 55 Music Concourse Drive San Francisco, CA 94118

More: The path of the human species has not been easy. Homo sapiens was virtually extinct around 70–000 years ago. Find out more about this incident and the evolutionary history of our species as you explore the origins of humanity.

Examine the skull casts of the first three hominid species, and then use optical illusion technology to see what their faces were like. Compare the distinctive gait of chimpanzees, Australopithecus afarensis, and modern humans.

Cost: From $ 5


What: Virtual concert

When: Friday-Sunday, November 26-28

Where: Online

More: This virtual concert was recorded live at Faneuil Hall on November 7, 2021. Guests will hear works by various famous composers, as well as solo piano parts performed by master Chris Bellusio and pianist Anastasia Seyfetdinova.

Cost: $ 0-15


What: Exhibition by Diana Markosyan

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When: Friday-Sunday, November 26-28

Where: SFMOMA 151 Third St San Francisco, CA 94103

More: Diana Markosian's Santa Barbara explores the nature of the family and the American dream. Through a series of staged photographs and narrative videos, the artist redefines her family history from a mother's perspective, treating her for the first time as a woman rather than a parent, and resigning herself to the enormous sacrifices her mother made to become an American.

Weaving together the images of the houses where the artist spent her childhood in Moscow and Santa Barbara, the exhibition recreates the last days of the family in post-Soviet Russia, as well as her arrival in the United States. The result is a deeply personal rethinking of her past and an exploration of the interaction between an idealized vision of Californian life and the reality of an immigrant experience.

Cost: $ 0-25


What: Seminar on Central and Eastern Europe

When: Friday, November 26, from 15:00

Where: Online

More: Questions about the position of Central and Eastern Europe in relation to European and global geographic regions are still relevant and arouse growing scientific interest. In recent years, the theoretical ideas of post-socialist, post-colonial, post-dependent and decolonial thinkers have enriched academic debate and helped to counter the marginalization of Central and Eastern Europe.

A critical discussion of coloniality and racism has matured in research. In this two-day workshop, scholars working on migration issues as well as race / gender / sexuality / class will share their views on the situation in Central and Eastern Europe.

Cost: Free options


What: Wine tasting

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When: Saturday-Sunday, November 27-28

Where: Prima Materia Winery Tasting Room 49th Street Oakland, CA 94609

More: Wine tasting attracts many visitors who want to enjoy the taste of fine wines while watching the sunset over the city. This place is ideal for a family holiday or a date.

Cost: $ 20


What: Farmer's Market

When: Sunday, November 28, from 09:00

Where: 37th Avenue at Ortega / Pacheco, San Francisco, CA 94122 37th Avenue San Francisco, CA

More: At this farmers' market you will find fresh fruits and vegetables, dairy products, fresh flowers and local pastries. This is a great place to have a fun weekend, stock up on healthy and fresh food.

Cost: Free options


What: Mission District Tour

When: Sunday, November 28, from 10:00

Where: Mission San Francisco de Asís 3321 16th Street San Francisco, CA 94114

More: On this Mission District walking tour, explore the murals, handicrafts, and murals hidden in the area's alleys.

Founded in 1776 under the direction of Father Juniper Serra, Mission is the oldest surviving building in San Francisco. It has witnessed all of San Francisco's history, including the California Gold Rush and the 1906 San Francisco earthquake.

Cost: $ 29


Dear readers! Please note that due to the epidemic of coronavirus infection, some activities may be canceled or rescheduled for other dates. Therefore, before visiting, we recommend checking the information on the sites of the organizers.

But we have collected many interesting events for you online:

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In addition, look for interesting events for every day of the week in our calendar... Come in, find out, share with your friends. Before visiting, check the organizer's websites for details and locations of events, as they may change.

Keep us informed about what is happening in your city. Send information about events for the Russian-speaking diaspora by mail

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