Through June 10
2AES 340 Bryant St., S.F. 12-6pm Weds. - Sat. 12-8pm Thurs. "Hani Rashid and Liseanne Couture: Studio Asymptote. (415) 974-6762.
May 18 - June 18
Butterfield & Butterfield Warehouse 660 Third Ste., 4th fl., S.F. Bay Area artists, art galleries and museums join together in the fight against AIDS with a major fundraising exhibition.
Through June 20
Gensler & Associates/ Architects 550 Kearny, S.F. 11:30am-2:30pm, Mon.-Fri. "Animals and Architecture." Video sculpture, photography, models and slide presentation.
Through July 2
Low Bay, Great Hall, Oakland Museum
1000 Oak St., Oakland "Frank Lloyd Wright's Butterfly Wing Bridge, A Southern Crossing for San Francisco Bay."
The Cannery 2801 Leavenworth, S.F. 10am-5 pm, Tues. - Sun. "Entries in the Fantasy Doll House Competition of the San Francisco International Toy Museum."
(415) 44 1 -TOYS.
June 27 - August 27
National Museum of Women in the Arts (NMWA) 1250 New York Ave.. N.W. Washington, D.C. 20005-3920 (202) 783-5000 "Margaret Bourke-White: A Retrospective." 120 of the artist's most famous photograph ' s. The first of four shows on women photographers presented by NMWA to honor the 150th anniversary of the invention of the camera. The show will be at the Stanford University Museum of Art Dec. 1, to Feb. 7, 1990.
Museum of San Diego History Balboa Park, San Diego Original drawing & photographs documenting the work of Lilian Rice. Hazel Wood Waterman and Harriett Barnhart Wimmer, three women who made significant contributions to San Diego's designed environment.
San Diego "That Exceptional One: Women in American Architectural 1888 - 1988". American Architectural Foundation's traveling exhibit. Contact Theresa Frederich at (619)236-0251.
June 26 - July 2
Downtown Oakland Hyatt Regency "Strength Through Diversity: Women and Technology."' The Society of Women Engineers holds its annual convention. Open to all. Info and registration packets: National Headquarters (212) 705-7855 or 1989 Convention Committee, 1024 Neilson, Albany, CA. (415) 526-2915. June 27 - 28 Santa Clara Convention Center, Santa Clara, Ca. "Procurement Fair: Where Big Business & Small Business Meet." Sponsored by the Industry Council for Small Business Development. Awards for minority and women owned small businesses. Booth cost is $300. Non-exhibitor registration for all events is $15. Contact Gene Severance, General Electric, P.O. Box 530954, M/C, S-78, San Jose, Ca.95153.
1989 SUMMER BUILDING CAMPS
June 5 - 11... June 25 - July 7... July 16 - 28
Contact Women Empowering Women (We Women), P.O. Box 6506, Albany, Ca. 94706, (415) 525-7645.
Tuesday, May 23 12 Noon (brown bag lunch)
AIA/SF Headquarters 130 Sutter St., Suite 600, S.F.
"SOMA, South of Market Rezoning Plan." Are Architects at the cutting edge of gentrification and higher rents in SOMA? AIA Seminar. Panelists: Dean Macris, Director of Planning; Susana Montana, Planner. Moderated by Charles F. Eley, Jr., AIA/SF President.
May 26 11:30 - 2 pm
Hotel Nikko Mason & O'Farrell, S.F. "Generations of Leadership."
The YWCA will hold its Fourth Annual Award Luncheon. Mistress of Ceremonies will be Belva Davis. Tickets $50. Call (415) 775-6502.
June 15 Gold Room Fairmont Hotel, S.F. "Women on the Move." Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith holds its annual awards luncheon. Mui Ho has been selected as one of 25 finalists for this prestigious award. Reservation: Caitlin Smith (415) 681-3884.
Mid-July The LEAADD Group (women lawyers, engineers, architects, accountants, doctors, and dentists) is planning its annual meeting. Info: Caitlin Smith.
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