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This weekend at #SFMOMA:
🗓 Last chance to see Art and China after 1989: Theater of the World
🎥 Modern Cinema Week 3: #JiaZhangke
🗺 #TakePartSF with @knowledgeSF
🖼 Exhibition Tours of #VijaCelmins, Art & China After 1989, Pop Art & Minimalism & more
→https://t.co/4zJEookzjB

Fun Fact 1: Only 2 @sfpubliclibrary branches share a scale model. Fun Fact 2: It's North Beach & Chinatown! Fun Fact 3: The scale model at North Beach is moving to Chinatown, so make sure to visit it by Sunday! Then revisit it at Chinatown for a whole new perspective. #takepartSF

#TakePartSF 2/22 at @SFMOMA 🗺:
“Mini City Tour” from 3-3:30 pm.
This 30-min guided tour transports you to Downtown SF circa 1938 (without ever leaving the museum!)
Join us→https://t.co/0nm14zPAuB
Learn more about Take Part→https://t.co/PwFrxPqKJm
@knowledgeSF @SFPublicLibrary

In this #bookoftheweek & on the scale model, you see red lines warning against African American neighborhoods. With the latest SF redevelopment, what kinds of lines are being drawn today? Join the conversation on 02/23, We Cannot be Erased: The Effects of Housing and Displacement

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