Ballet Afsaneh, Wessel, and Fabian
Experience the historic Silk Road through dance, music and poetry with Ballet Afsaneh.
Take a stroll with contemporary landscape photographer Henry Wessel and his camera.
Watch as sculptor Mitra Fabian creates a new work exploring the aberrant.
Catch up with Marcus Gardley as he watches a staged reading of his play, "Love Song for the Night in Gail."
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Watch as the dance traditions of Central Asia come alive when Ballet Afsaneh takes the stage.
See how Henry Wessel's work has become an important part of photographic history.
See how sculptor Mitra Fabian explores the abnormal using mundane materials.
Find out what keeps poet and playwright Marcus Gardley coming back to the Bay Area.
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