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You may be a writer, therapist, designer, journalist, physician, social worker, activist, film director, entrepreneur, technologist, or other cross-disciplinary lover. Join us for morning talks and afternoon workshops and a day of community and deep, meaningful conversation.
Algorithmic Art Assembly is a brand new two day conference and music festival in San Francisco, showcasing a diverse range of artists who are using algorithmic tools and processes in their works. From live coding visuals and music at algoraves, to virtual reality, gaming, augmented tooling, generative music composition, or knot tying.
If the creative brain is your scene, submissions are now open for the 5th Meeting of the Society for the Neuroscience of Creativity (SfNC). The 2019 SfNC meeting will be held on Friday, March 22 in San Francisco, CA, at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, preceding the Cognitive Neuroscience Society meeting
"Up Close & Personal Songwriters Symposium"
West Coast Songwriters Music Conference in San Francisco is the chance to meet fellow conference attendees as well as the many and varied industry leaders instructing the full weekend of seminars.
Hang out with cuddly, little goats. Valentine’s Day Goat Party: Seriously, Party with Cuddly Little Goats in San Francisco.
SF IndieFest, as it’s been affectionately known from the day Jeff Ross conceived it 20 years ago, is a million miles from Hollywood. It’s even further removed, if that’s possible, from an American independent cinema that long ago evolved from a bunch of pissed-off outsiders into a sedate, Sundance-sanctioned niche.
Over 250+ Local Artists in Dance, Theater, Music & Visual Arts - Celebrating movement arts & turning the entire Cathedral into a stage - including the main floor, attached chapels, hallways, stairways and front entry way. As you enter the Cathedral, multiple STATIONS of the Movement performances happen simultaneously throughout.
Comedy Show Each month, co-hosts Irene Tu and Dominique Gelin explore a new theme with guest comedians about why millennials suck/rock. How this specific generation is slowly unraveling the fabric of the American landscape. Part comedy showcase, part interviews, all fun.