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Centennial Reckoning

Rehearsals: Sep 4-Nov 7 Tuesdays, Thursdays 6:30-9:30pm and Sundays 12:30-4:30
Tech rehearsals: Sun-Wed, Nov 4-7, 6-10pm
Performances: Thu-Fri, Nov 8-9 & 15-16, 7pm; Saturdays, Nov 10 & 17, 2pm & 7pm

War Memorial and Veterans Building, SF


KD>>MG and EchoTheaterSuitcase project is creating a new performance work together with veterans and non-veteran civilian artists in collaboration with the American Legion War Memorial Commission (ALWMC) and Veterans for Peace (VFP), in honoring the centennial anniversary of Armistice day, November 2018.

Centennial Reckoning will bring to light untold stories of LGBTQ+ and immigrant service members from WWI forward. At this historic moment in time we foreground the stories of those who have held important roles in our military and civilian worlds throughout time. These individuals have often been unacknowledged, underrepresented or even punished based on their central identities, as a part of their service experience. At this moment in time,  it is crucial to recognize the fabric of our country, founded on the immigrant experience. Celebrate the hard work, leadership and service of our LGBTQ+ community members. Common humanity and the power of our intersectional identities creates the strength of our communities and country.

Contact:, 415.994.6196

LEVYsalon applications open

Sat, Oct 6, 8-11pm, Sun, Oct 7, 3-6pm
LEVYstudio, SF

LEVYsalon is a micro-residency program designed to give up-and-coming artists of all disciplines a platform for expression and experimentation. Each quarter, we invite twelve artists or ensembles to spend ten hours each (for FREE) at LEVYstudio to play, take risks, and make something new. The program concludes with a Saturday evening showcase and a Sunday afternoon matinee, during which each artist/ensemble presents five minutes of their work in progress.


Thea Anderson Scholarship

ODC/Dance, SF

The Thea Anderson Scholarship Fund was created to honor the life of Thea Anderson, daughter of Rhythm & Motion Founder Consuelo Faust and Thor Anderson. Thea was a dancer, a creative social activist, and a teacher. Each year the award will be given to a young person between the ages of 18-25 who is committed to dance and social justice. The award will subsidize technical training at the ODC School and offer mentorship with ODC Founder and Artistic Director Brenda Way and ODC School Director Kimi Okada.
Dancers will submit written applications to be considered.

To apply, submit a written application through the Google Form

Intersection for the Arts has some space to fill!

SF Chronicle Building, 3rd floor, SF

Up to 5 Co-Location designated desk spaces available to individual artists and consultants as well as small arts and mission-based organizations. Designated desks and Hot Desks are available at very competitive rates. Join an exciting and diverse group of tenants working across all areas of the arts and social justice.

Co-Location membership includes free Wi-Fi; 24hr building access (designated desks only); color printing/copying/scanning; a SF address (required for some funding); mail service; access to the building’s rooftop lunch space; discounted rental rates and monthly credits for our large conference room and gathering space with a full A/V set up; quarterly social networking events with other tenants.

For rates and viewings contact Daniel Harvey, Space Program Manager:, 415 626 2787 ext 4

44 Gough St, Suite 201
San Francisco, CA 94103
(415) 920-9181 phone
(415) 920-9173 fax