ART: San Francisco artist Julia Goodman will be exhibiting her series Eleven Months Mourning, for the first time in its entirety, alongside a multimedia body of work connecting handmade paper with mortality and material scarcity, which "pushes the material beyond the ubiquitous two-dimensions into the realm of sculpture, focusing on texture, movement, ephemerality and presence."
6 to 9 p.m. // Performance Art Institute (575 Sutter Street) // free
SPORTS: Join FuncheapSF for their first-ever NCAA Basketball Tournament Viewing Party and Free BBQ. Indulge in some BBQ tri tip, sausages and more (until food runs out) and extended $3 happy hour drinks while watching all the late games in HD. There's also a raffle and free pool (in case any of the games are boring, Funcheap notes).
MUSIC: Celebrate Persian New Year ("Nowruz") with More Notes from Persia, featuring works by Persian composers Behzad Ranjbaran and Ahmad Pejman, known for his film scores and popular music, along with work by Beethoven, performed by Iranian guest artists Tara Kamangar, Arash Amini, and Cyrus Beroukhim.
8 to 10 p.m. // Oakland Paramount Theater (2025 Broadway) // $20-65