“MOVING SAN FRANCISCO”
PREMIERES ON KQED, 9:00pm PT, MON. NOVEMBER 22
Special Free Screening at San Francisco Public Library on November 16
San Francisco Public Library presents a panel discussion featuring acclaimed author Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore
San Francisco – On October 20, San Francisco Public Library hosts award-winning writer Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore in a panel discussing her new anthology, Between Certain Death and a Possible Future: Queer Writing on Growing up with the AIDS Crisis, alongside contributors Robert Birch, Keiko Lane, Aaron Nielsen and Andrew R. Spieldenner.
Celebration of Culture and Resilience
San Francisco, CA - On October 18, 1857, the first known Filipinos, then known as Indios Luzones, landed in the Americas. Today, the Bay Area is home to the largest Filipino community outside of the Philippines. For many, the arc of this history is unknown, but San Francisco Public Library’s upcoming Filipino American History Month aims to change that.
Monsters & Heroes - Political Graphics from the San Francisco Poster Syndicate
On view October 30, 2021 – April 17, 2022 at San Francisco Main Library
Take a Walk on the Wild Side of 1980s San Francisco San Francisco Public Library presents Alternative Voices, a photography exhibition celebrating the heyday of the City’s punk rock scene through the eyes of those who lived it