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Programs by Type


February 1 - 28 | Contemporary Figurative Painting

February 12-15, 19-21 | Swinging Chinatown: The Golden Age of Chinese Nightclubs

February 12 - September 5 | Shanghai

February 24 - May 16 | Jews in Modern China

March 1- May 31| Elegant Needlework: Embroidery from Shanghai

March 3 - June 27 | Assignment Shanghai: Photographs on the Eve of Revolution

April 22 - July 25 | Xian Rui 2010 – O Perspective by Shuang Stella Zhang

April 30 - October 17 | Shanghai: High-rise Architecture and the Remaking of China’s Gateway to the World

May 1 - August 5 | 100th Anniversary of the U.S. Immigration Station, Angel Island

May 6 - June 5 | Sister Cities-Dreaming Alike Oceans Apart 

Summer | Economica: Women and the Global Economy

June 8 - July 10 | Gold Standard: Nine Asian/American Modernist Artists

June 8 - August 27 | San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery Exhibition

June 26 - September 11 | Shanghai Lounge

July 22 - February 6, 2011 | Retro-Tech

October 28 - 31 | Chinoiserie: Rococo to Eco



January 23 - 30 | Swan Lake

February 8 | The Shanghai and San Francisco Conservatories of Music Collide

February 27 | Chinese New Year Concert & Celebration

May 8 | Chinatown Music Festival

July 10 | East Meets West Chamber Music Concert

October 3 | Shanghai String Quartet


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Shanghai Celebration

The Shanghai Celebration is a year-long festival presented by San Francisco Bay Area organizations to honor the region’s unique and historic relationship with Shanghai. It features dozens of Shanghai-related programs throughout 2010, including concerts, performances, films, exhibitions, discussions and other special events.

The cornerstone of the Celebration is the Asian Art Museum’s Shanghai exhibition, which explores, through its art, the intriguing history and culture of one of Asia’s most cosmopolitan cities (on view February 12 through September 5, 2010). Both the Shanghai exhibition and the Celebration coincide with Shanghai’s hosting of the 2010 World Expo. For more information on the exhibit, visit http://www.asianart.org/.

San Francisco and Shanghai became Sister Cities in 1980, and over the past three decades, the kinship of our two cities has progressively strengthened and deepened. As a San Franciscan, I am excited and proud that our Sister City is hosting Expo 2010, an event that will draw the world’s attention to the great city of Shanghai and which in June will host a special “San Francisco Week” organized by the San Francisco-Shanghai Sister City Committee.

To commemorate this occasion and to honor the 30th Anniversary of our Sister City relationship, the Bay Area has organized the Shanghai Celebration. A year-long tribute, the Shanghai Celebration brings together a diverse group of over 30 institutions that share a common theme of cooperating with and being inspired by Shanghai. The over 50 programs presented throughout 2010 highlight the lively international character that defines both the San Francisco Bay Area and Shanghai. They promise to enrich, inform and entertain.

We hope you will take advantage of all the Celebration has to offer.