Monday, November 28, 2016

Chiura Obata Mural Dedication, then join us to remember the Med




Join Us for a Tribute to Chiura Obata, a renowned Telegraph artist whose works appear at the Whitney, Smithsonian, and DeYoung museums. His story of perseverance through the Japanese internment camps of  WWII continues to be relevant today.

December 1, 5:30pm

PG&E substation 2540 Telegraph Avenue, between Dwight & Blake




Join us at the Caffe Med on its final day to celebrate its legacy. Includes a silent auctions of mounted art from the Reprint Mint, Hors d'oeuvres, and Drinks.

December 1, 6-8pm

Cafe Mediterraneum 2475 Telegraph

The Med has served Berkeley's academic, business and art communities since 1957; witnessing the Beat Generation, Free Speech Movement and creation of People's Park -- not to mention the countless hatchings of schemes, businesses, careers and romances.  Allen Ginsberg, Jack Kerouac, Jerry Rubin and Patty Hearst were all regulars. It will close its illustrious doors forever after this festive send-off.


We Hope To See You There!

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