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"When we think we finally have it all figured out, collage wakes us up -- by reminding us that we don't know what we're doing. It celebrates the surprise, the humor of throwing together unrelated cloth, bits of paper, patterns, detritus, jetsam.

These pieces started on a messy tabletop covered with odd scraps, some of which are shocked to find that ended up at the same party, reluctantly enjoying themselves.

An old woodcut or etching, sharing the same page with some roughly painted swirls,reflects the marriage of our carefully made plans with the nitty-gritty of how we end up actually getting ourselves from dawn to evening.

The materials here are acrylic and oil paints on various kinds of paper."



Thomas Schultz has established an international reputation both as an interpreter of music from the classical tradition—particularly Bach, Beethoven, Schubert and Liszt—and as one of the leading exponents of the music of our time.
His recitals are notable for programming that celebrates the continuing vitality of the piano repertoire, juxtaposing the old and the new. He has worked closely with such eminent composers as Cage, Feldman, Wolff, Brown,Hyo-shin Na and Elliot Carter (the Double Concerto at the Colorado Music Festival and at Alice Tully Hall in New York). Schultz has been a member of the piano faculty at Stanford University since 1994.

Thomas Schultz plays the singular piano music of Arnold Schoenberg and related works by Liszt and Brahms.


Barbara Borden, Lucia Comnes, Sofi Rox and Kim Rosen.

With special guest drummers: Joyce Kouffman, Michaelle Goerlitz, Elizabeth Sayre, Carolyn Brandy, and Amikaeyla

Visual artists displaying their ocean themed art: Sue Gonzalez, Richard & Judith Selby Lang, Alex MacLean, Lina Jane Prairie, Shirley Salzman, Nacy Stein and Nonnie Welch.

AOO is a SF Bay Area non-profit devoted to educating people about the destructive impacts of human trash by providing Beach Clean Up Stations, a simple way for beach-goers to help clean up our waterways,
beautify beaches, and minimize impact to marine life.

Beach Clean Up Stations provide a simple, doable way for people to have fun cleaning up trash as they enjoy their beach activities.
As with our pilot project on Limantour Beach in Point Reyes National Seashore, communities organize and maintain these permanent, do-it-yourself Stations.