Articles by Gary Singh

‘Epilogue’ at San Jose Museum of Art

‘Epilogue’ at San Jose Museum of Art

As of right now, the San Jose Museum of Art launches a new collective exhibit, Around the Table: Food, Creativity and Community. It arrives in three courses and extends far beyond the confines of Downtown San Jose.

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Fighting Poverty through Organic Tea

Fighting Poverty through Organic Tea

For the first time in San Jose history, a Nepalese tea visionary will set foot in a British-style tea atelier with a Japanese name, Satori.

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Book Review: The Adventures and History of San Jose, California

Book Review: The Adventures and History of San Jose, California

Leave it to a legendary cartoonist to collect the stories of San Jose’s historical heroes and package the whole shebang into 40 pages of wonderment. Jim Hummel, a longtime fixture at the Mercury News, has now supplied the youth of the valley with an easy-to-grasp mechanism for retaining historical tidbits.

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Preview: Voces del Desierto at MACLA

Preview: Voces del Desierto at MACLA

To composer Guillermo Galindo, these are voices from the desert, Voces del Desierto, a work MACLA commissioned him to write for Quinteto Latino, a not-so-conventional wind ensemble. The piece will be debuted this weekend. Galindo, an established electro-acoustic composer based in the East Bay, drew inspiration for the project when he, along with Quinteto Latino director Armando Castellano and videographer Marvin Barrera, traveled to the U.S./Mexico border at Laredo one year ago.

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Tech Museum: ‘Islamic Science Rediscovered’

Tech Museum: ‘Islamic Science Rediscovered’

A fascinating new show at the Tech Museum charts the scientific achievements of Muslim scholars and inventors.

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Nomad Man

Nomad Man

No subject is beyond the philosophical investigations of Erik Davis, whose new collection of essays, ‘Nomad Codes,’ fuses tech ideas with mystical impulses and philosophy.

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Tony May: Old Technology

Tony May: Old Technology

‘Old Technology,’ a 45-year retrospective of Tony May’s career opening Friday Nov. 12 at the San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art, includes works in a variety of media.

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Zero1 San Jose: High Tech Art Utopia

Zero1 San Jose: High Tech Art Utopia

The 2010 01SJ Biennial rightly cements San Jose and Silicon Valley among the destinations for global contemporary art gatherings. For more than 20 years now, new-media art fests have emerged on several continents, addressing key issues in the overlapping fields of art, science, critical theory, digital media and cultural studies. But there has never been a definitive equivalent in the United States, which is why everyone involved with 01SJ says it will become the North American model.

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