STORYTELLING: Celebrate three years of the fabulous Muni Diaries at Muni Diaries Live 5 tonight. Bring a Muni tale with you and hit the stage with H.P. Mendoza, screen writer and composer of Colma: the Musical, Joyce Lee, two-time Oakland Spoken Word Grand Slam Champion, and Kirk Read, writer and mastermind curator of Smack Dab and K’vets, along with MissionMission‘s Ariel Dovas and Muni Diaries Live: Breaking it Down audience favorite Jesse James.
7:30 to 9:30 p.m. // Make-Out Room (3225 22nd Street) // $10 at the door (get there early, will sell out fast!)
ART: See all the great ideas that are coming out of Bay Area colleges and universities at Where To? The Call of the Times, a pop-up installation of visual art, music and gallery talks by students, presented by Friday Nights at the de Young and hosted by the de Young’s New Generations. Students will explore how communities can find solutions for dealing with urgent issues such as the recession, human rights, and climate change through activism and art.
6 to 9 p.m. // de Young Fine Arts Museum (50 Hagiwara Tea Garden Drive) // free
MUSIC: Ensemble Mik Nawooj present Music For the Integrated World: A Hybrid Music Series, featuring new music by composers JooWan Kim and Jacob Bertrand and performances by vocalist Christopher Nicholas and clarinetist Ricki Nelson in a "groundbreaking, genre-blurring style of hybrid music."
8 p.m. // Red Poppy Art House (2698 Folsom Street) // $10-15