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AIA East Bay's 14th Annual Design Awards Gala. Nov 3, 6-9 pm. Live music, food & wine.

American Institute of Architects 2022 Design Awards

November 3, 2022 - November 3, 2022
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
The AIA Design Awards gala honors outstanding achievements in architecture and design—including ecological and environmental sustainability, social responsibility, and a strong sense of place. It recognizes exemplary contributions by teams of architects, contractors, and developers. The biggest fundraiser of the year, the gala enables AIA East Bay to offer an array of programming, advocacy, sustainability resources, & professional development, while fostering the next generations of design professionals. Learn more.
West Coast A Cappella Nov 11 7:30, Nov 12 2 & 7:30, David Brower Center @ UC Berkeley. Tickets $10 students, $13 general

West Coast A Cappella 2022

November 11, 2022 - November 12, 2022
7:30 pm - 7:30 pm
$13 (cash/check only at door) | Purchase tickets
The California Golden Overtones and UC Men's Octet proudly present their annual West Coast A Cappella Showcase, featuring A Cappella groups from all over the West Coast: Stanford, UC Davis, UC Santa Cruz, UC Los Angeles and more. See you there! // Nov. 11 @ 7:30pm // Nov. 12 @ 2pm & 7:30pm // Tickets $10 students, $13 general
diverse group of actors with hands open against black backdrop and bright scarves

An Evening of Playback Theatre

November 18, 2022 - November 18, 2022
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
$20 advance, $25 at the door | Purchase tickets

Interactive storytelling with The Living Arts Playback Theatre Ensemble using your stories!

A troupe of improvisational actors and musicians, Living Arts Playback Theatre Ensemble will “play back” personal stories shared by audience members in ways that both honor and illuminate the original experience. At the heart of this work is a profound respect for the power of personal story to build bridges between people and cultures. Created in 1989 under Armand Volkas, the Ensemble has received international recognition for bringing groups in conflict together—from Germans and Jews, to Palestinians and Israelis, to Japanese, Chinese and Koreans, and Armenians and Turks.