Enjoy the warmest month of weather by sitting outside enjoying a book. The San Francisco Bay Area has a myriad of different islands but these are the best to have a meta experience enjoying this classic.
After a three year, COVID-19 induced hiatus, the annual Bay Area Maya Cultural Festival makes its triumphant return to City College.
Retired and current art professors, Anna Asebedo and Nancy Mizuno Elliott, respectively, are displaying their works in a new art exhibition, “Abscission,” running from August 28 to September 28, 2023, in the City College Art Gallery. The show includes their contrasting work, as well as collaborative pieces made by the two over the summer. The show’s opening reception is Wednesday September 6, 2023 from 5:30-7:30pm in the Visual Arts Building, Room v119.
NOISE is a treasure trove of vinyl records. Within this tiny storefront on Balboa in the Outer Richmond lives a world of music. What makes NOISE stand out is that it’s representative of all genres of music from classic rock to hip-hop and rap to a whole lot of jazz. NOISE is also an art gallery and music venue representing past, present and future San Francisco.
Student-run publications at City College offer opportunities for growth, skill development, and amplification of diverse voices on campus.
The historic City College Women’s Resource Center mural is being moved from Smith Hall to the Women’s Resource Center’s new location in the Student Union Building.
Mahalaya, the brainchild of former City College journalism student Casey Ticsay, is having a birthday bash, and you are invited!
The Spring 2023 Theater Arts Play “Big Love” will be on stage in late April. Students, who are actors, will take the stage at Z Space, and tell the story of love, gender politics and domestic violence.
San Francisco zero waste nonprofit Race to Zero Waste is hosting their annual festival and FUNdraiser at Crissy Field on April 1 2023 to kick off Climate Action Month.
Young adults with disabilities are pushed to live independently though many never leave their parents’ homes.
Lit Night is back at the Ocean Ale House, the Creative Writing department encourages students to participate. Write and read your own fiction, non fiction, and poetry for a live audience.
City College’s Poetry for the People class of the Interdisciplinary Studies department reaps civic engagement through nightstand of poetry inspired by “Little Free Libraries.”