ART: San Francisco artist Brian Barneclo, whose colorful, retro-esque murals adorn high-profile locales, such as the SF Bay Guardian building, Kilowatt, and NoPa, will be showing his new body of paintings at the District wine bar now through October. They're all for sale, so get there soon to nab one.
6 to 10 p.m. // District (216 Townsend St) // free
LECTURE: With Measure F passing in Oakland, the legalization of marijuana has become quite a hot topic locally. Tonight, Inforum, a division of The Commonwealth Club by and for people in their 20s and 30s, will be discussing Marijuana Economics: The Pros and Cons of California's Cash Crop. Marijuana is by some estimates California's largest cash crop, bringing in more than twice the revenue of vegetables. Is this crop just cash waiting to be reaped, or is it more complicated?
6 p.m. // Commonwealth Club (595 Market St., 2nd Fl) // $7-20
DANCE: The Queer Girl Theatre Project choreographers, Heidi Landgraf, Lindsay Shapiro, and Liz Boubion, explore Queer Dance. The Queer Girl Project is a collective comprised of artists, performers, actors, dancers, choreographers, builders, playwrights, filmmakers, musicians and activists that seeks to present new and vibrant queer art that reflects and advances queer positivity and visibility.
8 p.m. // The Garage (975 Howard) // $10