Join us for two
musicals this fall!
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100 miniature drawings and paintings that tell
an abstract story of survival. Open Wednesday
through Sunday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Peninsula
Museum of Art, Studios Gallery, 1777 California
Drive, Burlingame. 650/692-2101.
Alimentos: Glass Work by Viviana Paredes.
Through Oct. 28. This exhibition examines
the cultural and political connections between
food, language and land. Viviana Paredes’ glass
sculptures tell stories of remembrance taking
us to the tianguis, the traditional openair
markets found throughout Mexico. Open
Tuesday through Sunday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Triton Museum of Art, 1505 Warburton Ave.,
Santa Clara. 408/247-3754.
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
Lab. Free. Cantor
Arts Center, Lomita
Drive at Museum
A n d y W a r h o l .
Through Jan. 6. Photographs
by Andy Warhol
that have never before
been displayed publicly
are at the heart of the
exhibition “Contact Warhol:
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.
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.
objects from the 19th and
20th centuries demonstrate
how diverse global cultures
have thrived, interacted and
inspired each other for centuries.
Jewish Museum, 736
Mission St. San Francisco. 415/655-7800.
20th Annual Botanical Art Exhibit. Oct.
1–22. The Botanical Art Exhibit has long been
an essential part of the Filoli mission to interpret
and preserve a historically significant art
form. Many beautiful and accurate plant portraits
by artist, international and local, will be
on display in the Visitor and Education Center.
Open Tuesday through Sunday, times vary.
Free with admission. Filoli, 86 Cañada Road,
Woodside. 650/364-8300, ext. 507.
Giants of Land and Sea. A multifaceted,
multimedia installation, “Giants of Land
and Sea” explores the dramatic and dynamic
place we call home. In this exhibit filled
with larger-than-life interactives, visitors
experience the grandeur of the state’s iconic
fog rolls in, tectonic
plates shift, and
our state’s rich natural
of Sciences, 55
Drive, San Francisco.
Spanning the second
floor of the museum,
“Object Lessons: Art
& Its Histories” presents
the most significant
reinstallation of the museum’s
galleries in 20 years. Open
Wednesday through Sunday,
11 a.m. to 5 p.m. (until
8 p.m. Thursday). Free. Cantor
Arts Center, 328 Lomita Drive,
California History. This exhibit
is on permanent view and
includes Native American art and
artifacts from the pre-European
contact period, such as baskets,
jewelry, ornaments, and hand
tools. Other highlights include
the distinctive Mission Collection,
which ranges from
Spanish Colonial devotional
art. Open Tuesday
through Sunday, 11
a.m. to 4 p.m. Free. Sais-
WINNER OF 5 TONY AWARDS
including BEST MUSICAL
OCT 3 –28
Mountain View Center
for the Performing Arts
A MAGICAL MUSICAL
FOR THE HOLIDAYS
NOV 28–DEC 30
Lucie Stern Theatre
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San Jose Center for the