Jan. 3; NY Knicks, Jan. 8; Chicago, Jan. 11;
Philly, Jan. 31. Oracle Arena, 7000 Coliseum
Way, Oakland. 800/745-3000.
Oakland Raiders. National Football League.
Game times vary. Kansas City, Dec. 2; Pittsburg,
Dec. 9; Denver, Dec. 24. Ticket prices
vary. O.co Coliseum, 7000 Coliseum Way,
San Jose Barracuda. American Hockey
League. Game times vary. Stockton, Dec.
8; San Diego, Dec. 10; San Diego, Dec. 11;
Bakersfield, Dec. 17; Stockton, Dec. 20; Stockton,
Dec. 26; Bakersfield, Dec. 31; San Antonio,
Jan. 4, Milwaukee, Jan. 6; Tucson, Jan. 7,
Ontario, Jan. 13; Stockton, Jan. 14; Bakersfield,
Jan. 16; times vary. SAP Center, 525 W.
Santa Clara St., San Jose. 800/745-3000.
San Jose Sharks. National Hockey League.
Game times vary. Carolina, Dec. 5; New Jersey,
Dec. 10; Dallas, Dec. 13; Calgary, Dec.
20; Winnipeg, Dec. 20; Los Angeles, Dec. 22;
Arizona, Dec. 23; Anaheim, Dec. 27; Tampa
Bay, Jan. 5, Los Angeles, Jan. 7; Edmonton,
Jan. 8, Ottawa, Jan. 12. Pittsburg, Jan. 15.
Ticket prices vary. SAP Center, 525 W. Santa
Clara St., San Jose. 408/999-5757.
San Francisco 49ers. National Football
League. Game times vary. Denver, Dec. 9;
Seattle, Jan. 16; Chicago, Dec. 23. Ticket prices
vary. Levi’s Stadium, 4900 Marie P. DeBartolo
Way, Santa Clara. 415/464-9377.
Through Diebenkorn’s “Window,” Transitions
in Time. Through Dec. 28. Several
hidden compositions lie below the
surface of “Window” by painter and Stanford
graduate Richard Diebenkorn. These compositions
were unknown to the art community
until brought to light by Stanford student
Katherine Van Kirk during her Chen-Yang fellowship
in the Cantor’s Art+Science Lab. Free.
Cantor Arts Center, Lomita Drive at Museum
Way, Stanford. 650/723-4177.
Andy Warhol. Through Jan. 6. Photographs
by Andy Warhol that have never before been
displayed publicly are at the heart of the exhibition
“Contact Warhol: Photography Without
End, “which draws on a trove of over
130,000 photographic exposures” that the
Cantor Arts Center acquired from the Andy
Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts in
2014. Free. Cantor Arts Center, Lomita Drive
at Museum Way, Stanford. 650/723-4177.
Veiled Meanings: Fashioning Jewish Dress,
from the Collection of The Israel Museum,
Jerusalem. Through Jan. 6. This exhibition
focuses on how clothes balance the personal
with the social, how dress traditions distinguish
different Jewish communities. These
exquisite objects from the 19th and 20th centuries
demonstrate how diverse global cultures
have thrived, interacted and inspired
each other for centuries. The Contemporary
Jewish Museum, 736 Mission St., San Francisco.
Other Walks, Other Lines. Through March
10. This timely exhibit considers what walking
means in a contemporary context, touching
upon topics such as urban planning, immigration
and the dérive. Curated by Lauren Schell
Dickens, the show focuses on artwork made
during the last 30 years by artists around the
world who use walking as a mode of making
the world, as well as being in it. Admission
$5-$10. San Jose Museum of Art, 110 S. Market
St., San Jose. 408/291-5374.
Radical Velocity. Through June 2019, Tuesday
through Sunday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. This
exhibit explores the power of the human body
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-
Painting Nature in the American Gilded
Age. Through Aug. 25, 2019. Drawing
from the Cantor’s permanent collection, this
exhibition considers how nature was depict-
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