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A Taste for Modernism | Live music by Dgiin | Friday Nights at the de Young

September 14, 2012 -

Dgiin—a band with a unique style that brings together various cultures and influences with songs sung mainly in French and an intoxicating beat—started nine years ago in the North Bay. Its music can be described as French-Gypsy-funk with a twist, or flamenco-Django-esque. Either way, they put on a memorable show for all who love to share music and a little spirit. Dgiin’s members hail from France, California, and Quebec and have settled in Sonoma County, California.

Art History Lecture: "An Introduction to Oceania and the de Young’s Collection of Oceanic Art," Christina Hellmich

Mask, mivai, 20th century, New Guinea.
September 6, 2012 -

Christina Hellmich is curator in charge of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas and the Jolika Collection of New Guinea Art, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.

This presentation will review Surrealism and the major players

in the art movement, which took place in the first half of theLecturer:

20th century. Highlighted are works in the Fine Arts Museumsresresr


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