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Crocker Art Museum

September 5, Friday open from 12 – 9pm
Pay what you can 12 – 7pm and free 7pm – 9pm

South First Fridays are an eclectic evening of arts and culture in downtown San Jose's SoFA arts district, centered on South First Street. Held on the first Friday of every month, the Museum is open from 12-9pm and offers free admission from 7-9pm. It's a lively scene attended by arts-lovers of all ages.

Meet & Make Fiber Salon: LED Robot Plushie with Amelia Strader 7 – 9PM

$5 will be collected at the door.

Learn how to light-up your craft projects with Amelia Strader, owner of the mobile crafting workshop GoGo Craft. She will take you step-by-step through the process of making and then adding LEDs to this adorable robot plushie. Materials, tips, and tricks provided.

South First Fridays Website

 





Crocker Art Museum

September 5, Friday, 7 – 9pm

Night Owl Quartet (NOQ), a young, new-to-the-block group presents works by Ravel, York, Brouwer, and more!

Based in the south bay area, the Night Owl Quartet is a young new-on-the-block guitar ensemble created by Christopher Adams, Aaron Bjorge, Melody Sheppard, and Paden Schmidt. Since their inception in Spring 2014, NOQ has made it a priority to be able to bring the works of York, Brouwer, Ravel, and others as well as our very own Bjorge and Schmidt to the local schools, music organizations, and additional venues. Focusing their style in both Modern and Classical music, they explore the possibilities of the classical guitar and actively share this joy with other people. Their goal is to create a memorable experience for your audience.

Let the Devil Swing - Annette Kruisbrink
Bantu - Andrew York
Pavane pour une infante défunte - Maurice Ravel
Pacific Coast Highway - Andrew York
Cuban Landscape with Rain - Leo Brouwer
Awakening - Aaron Bjorge
Awk-N-Shaw - Paden Schmidt
Super Mario World Ending Theme - Koji Kondo (arr. Aaron Bjorge)
Laideronnette, Imperatrice des Pagodes - Maurice Ravel
Tangondo - Maximo Diego Pujol

This NOQ presentation is sponsored by South Bay Guitar Society.

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These exhibitions and related programs are supported in part by the David and Lucile Packard Foundation; Silicon Valley Creates, in partnership with the County of Santa Clara and California Arts Council; by a Cultural Affairs grant from the City of San Jose; and the Santa Clara Valley Quilt Association.