On the Air: Rachael and Sahba's Do List Picks for Apr. 7, 2018

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Clarence Holbrook Carter's "War Bride" (1940) captures a moment in time when American artists began to fear industrialization and its present and future impact on humankind. The painting ends the exhibition "Cult of the Machine" at the de Young Museum in San Francisco. (Photo: Courtesy of the de Young Museum)

Rachael Myrow here, pinch-hitting for Cy Musiker this week. Naturally, I picked a co-host from Palo Alto -- visual artist and salon organizer Sabha Shere -- and we talked about the upcoming concerts and exhibitions we’re most excited about.

Apr. 6–8: Science Parties With Pop Culture at Silicon Valley Comic Con 2018.

Apr. 6: Kronos Quartet Plays Live to Green Fog, a Found Footage Homage to Hitchcock.

Apr. 9–14: Other Minds Festival Celebrates Cerebral and Witty Sound Poetry.

Mar. 24– Aug. 12: Cult of the Machine Explores the Magnetic Pull of Industrial Design.


Mar. 30– Apr. 29: In a Time of Economic Extremes, Shakespeare's Timon Recast as a Silicon Valley CEO.

Apr. 6: Haim Plays at the Greek Theatre in Berkeley on The Road to Coachella.

Apr. 20–22: The Classic Chicano Novel 'Bless Me, Última' Reimagined as an Opera

Apr. 27-28: Epic Tale From the Ancient Indian Ramayan Takes Flight in San Francisco