If for some reason you’re a Halloween holdout — waiting until the weekend to get your fix of spooky events — there’s still plenty going on in the Bay Area to keep you busy. On top of regular music and film events, there are also exciting happenings in fashion — and even science.
Tuesday, Oct. 24 | Red Vic Lectures: Art & Biology
The intersection of art and science may not always appear to be immediately clear for the average consumer of either, but Dan Friedman aims to counteract this common misconception in his talk at the Red Victorian in San Francisco. Friedman promises to discuss the relationship between art and biology from numerous perspectives and within multiple contexts, bringing in cases relating to the visual representation of scientific information as well as topics of sustainability and bioethics. Doors will open at 8 p.m.
Thursday, Oct. 26 | Fashion Blogger Q&A with Fashion & Student Trends
Fashion & Student Trends is UC Berkeley’s premier authority on all things fashion, and Thursday from 7-8 p.m., it will be bringing in two fashion bloggers, Christina Davis and Rolanda Evelyn, to speak to those within the club community and outside it on upcoming fall trends that fashionistas can’t stop talking about. The bloggers will also be offering tips and advice for starting and maintaining online blogs, as well as opening a discussion on the current lack of diversity and representation in the fashion industry. The event will take place in 223 Dwinelle Hall.
Thursday, Oct. 26 | ASUC SUPERB Presents: “The Shining”
Once you’ve finished up at the FAST Q&A, you can make your way down to the Hearst Field Annex to catch a screening of “The Shining,” sponsored by ASUC SUPERB. The classic 1980 thriller is the perfect pregame to your Halloween weekend, complete with Jack Nicholson, creepy children and Stanley Kubrick’s famous directorial touch. The film will start at 8 p.m., and it’s free to anyone with a Cal ID.
Friday, Oct. 27 | Lemonade Screening & Dance Party
Brava! for Women in the Arts is a professional arts organization in San Francisco that produces theater shows and hosts film festivals while supporting dance and comedy performances as well, among other arts-centric projects. On Friday, Brava! will be screening Beyoncé’s visual album “Lemonade” at 8 p.m. and hosting a dance party afterwards until 11 p.m. at the Brava! Theater Center in San Francisco. Tickets can be purchased for $17 here — proceeds from the event will go directly to Brava!.
Saturday, Oct. 28 | Enrique Iglesias & Pitbull at Oracle Arena
This is one concert that’s certain to be nothing short of a party. Latin music legends Enrique Iglesias and Pitbull will arrive at Oracle Arena this Saturday, bringing their upbeat dance anthems with them. Popular tracks ranging from Iglesias’ “Sύbeme La Radio” and “El Perdón” to Pitbull’s “Fireball” and “Timber” are just a few that might pop up on the artists’ electrically charged setlists. The show starts at 7:30 p.m., and tickets can be purchased on Ticketmaster.
Contact the Daily Cal Arts Staff at [email protected].