Award- and Pulitzer Prize-winning musical
examines mental illness and the effect it can
have on the American family. Ticket prices
vary. Bus Barn Theater, 97 Hillview Ave., Los
Golden State Warriors. National Basketball
Association. Game times vary. Denver April
2.; Cleveland, April 5; Los Angeles, April 7;
Ticket prices vary. Oracle Arena, 7000 Coliseum
Way, Oakland. 800/745-3000.
Oakland Athletics. Major League Baseball.
Game times vary. Boston, April 1–4; Houston,
April 16–17; Toronto, April 19–21; Texas,
April 22–24; Cincinnati, May 7–9; Cleveland,
May 10–12; Seattle, May 24–26; Anaheim,
May 27–29; Houston, May 31. Ticket prices
vary. Oakland Coliseum, 7000 Coliseum Way,
San Jose Barracuda. American Hockey
League. Game times vary. San Diego, April
3; Grand Rapids; April 6. Ticket prices vary.
SAP Center, 525 W. Santa Clara St., San Jose.
San Jose Earthquakes. Major League Soccer.
Game times vary. Portland, April 6; Kansas
City, April 20; Cincinnati., May 4; Chicago,
May 18. Ticket prices vary. Avaya Stadium,
1123 Coleman Ave., San Jose. 408/506-7700.
San Jose Sharks. National Hockey League.
Game times vary. Colorado, April 6. Ticket
prices vary. SAP Center, 525 W. Santa Clara
St., San Jose. 408/999-5757.
ICA Live! Be Bold: Color and Pattern
Party. April 5, 7 to 9 p.m. In conjunction
with the exhibition Sofie Ramos: STUFF(ed),
this party will celebrate the world of bright
colors and bold patterns through food, drinks,
fashion, and art. Free. San Jose Institute of
Contemporary Art, 560 S. First St., San Jose.
Brown Bag Lunch with Ric Ambrose. April
10, 12 p.m. Have lunch at the Triton and
partake in a discussion and presentation of
Catherine Herrera’s new exhibition. Herrera’s
work represents a complex reflection on Native
communities’ connection to land. Free. Triton
Museum of Art, 1505 Warburton Ave., Santa
The Dancing “Sowei”: Performing Beauty
in Sierra Leone. Through April 29. This exhibition
focuses on one spectacular work in the
Cantor’s collection—a sowei mask, used by the
women-only Sande Society that is unique to
Sierra Leone. Used in dance by senior women
of the society, the sowei mask symbolizes
knowledge of feminine grace and is part of a
young girl’s initiation into adulthood. Free.
Cantor Arts Center, Lomita Drive at Museum
Way, Stanford. 650/723-4177.
ICA Live! Stephanie Metz Felting Demo.
May 3, 7 p.m. Free and open to the publicIn
conjunction with the exhibition Stephanie
Metz: Figurative Fiber, this ICA Live! demo
with the artist will give you an idea of what it
takes to create sculptures out of felt. Free. San
Jose Institute of Contemporary Art, 560 S.
First St, San Jose. 408/283-8155.
Monet: The Late Years. Through May 27.
This highly anticipated show is the first in
the U.S, in more than 20 years to showcase
the final phase of Monet’s career. With
approximately 60 paintings from major public
and private collections in Europe, the U.S.
and Asia, this exhibition reframes the iconic
impressionist, one of the most original painters
of the modern age. Admission $35. de Young
museum: Golden Gate Park, 50 Hagiwara Tea
Garden Dr., San Francisco. 415/750-3600.
Radical Velocity. Through June 1, Tuesday
through Sunday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. This exhibit
explores the power of the human body to
move through space and transform our sense
of place. Through images of protest, performance
and physicality we see how social space,
boundaries and expectations are negotiated,
and changed, by movement or stillness. Free. de
Saisset Museum, Santa Clara University, 500 El
Camino Real, Santa Clara. 408/554-4528.
Los Gatos History Gallery. Through August
2020. In keeping with the museum’s special
brand of intersecting art and history, the gallery
features original murals by artist Andrea
Borsuk. The murals carefully capture images,
ephemera and snippets of time from Los
Gatos history. Open Wednesday, 1 p.m. to 5
p.m., Thursday, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Friday
through Sunday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission
$10. New Museum Los Gatos. 106 E. Main
St., Los Gatos. 408/354-2646.
Facebook First Fridays. April 5, 5 to 9 p.m.
Join fellow art lovers for Facebook First Fridays,
a late night offering free admission to all
exhibitions and programs. At 5:30 p.m. SFbased
curator and critic Glen Helfand chats
with artist Catherine Wagner as part of the
exhibition opening of “Catherine Wagner: Paradox
Observed.” Free. San Jose Museum of Art,
110 S. Market St., San Jose. 408/271-6883.
Computer History Museum. One of the
world’s largest collections of computing artifacts
is located in our own backyard. Experience
the computer revolution and its impact
on mankind. Open Wednesday through Sunday,
times vary. Tickets $12–$15, free for
children under 13. 1401 N. Shoreline Blvd.,
Mountain View. 650/810-1010.
Shop your local specialty market
for high quality, fine food —
and pick up a copy of
South Bay Accent at one
of these partner stores:
Los Altos 342 1st St.
Menlo Park 1010 University Dr.
San Mateo 222 East 4th Ave.
Campbell 1690 South Bascom Ave.
Fremont 3111 Mowry Ave.
Los Altos 4800 El Camino Real
Los Gatos 15980 Los Gatos Blvd.
Palo Alto 774 Emerson St.
Redwood City 1250 Jefferson Ave.
San Mateo 1010 Park Place
San Jose 1970 Naglee Ave.
San Jose 1421 Foxworthy Ave.
Sunnyvale 1356 S. Mary Ave.
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