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i thought it would be an extraordinary exposition to take her and understand her at all for complexity. that is what we have on view during the summer of 2011. >> it is full of wonderful drawings, paintings, and sculpture. >> there is incredible art on view. we have photographs. we have sculpture. we have a lot of different things. we have a little something made for her by picasso. there are five different ways of looking at her life. it is not in chronological installation. it is looking at how she is portrayed in help artists, painters, and photographers
presented her and how she thought about her own style and presentation. many people think she always had short hair. it was not until she was 52 that she cut off all of her hair. the second element is called "domestic stein." alice b. toklas was her lifelong partner. they had several different homes. we know about their home in paris, the famous salon. you get a taste of what their domestic life was like. >> one thing recreated is the fabulous wallpaper. the black-and-white photos do not convey the color. >> in doing a lot of research, you discover a little tidbits. with an exhibition, at the find ways to make it come together. we found beautiful photographs of the interior of their home. then we found a tiny scrap of
the wallpaper. we saw how blue and vibrant it was. we had a designer recreate the image of the wallpaper. we had it made into wallpaper so we could all experience what it would have been like to be in their home. it is dynamic and fantastic. they seem very monochromatic because you only know them through black-and-white photographs, but they had such a vibrant life. that is what the exhibition is also trying to show. the third one is the art of friendship. picasso and matisse were part of their second family. there were people she admired and worked with. we introduced the visitors to her second family in a sense. the fourth story is called celebrity stein. what a lot of people do not know
is when she left united states in the early 1900's, she only came back once in 1934. we also have a section of every single first edition book she ever published. >> it is incredible to see all the first edition books. >> it is really impressive to realize not only was she a grand dame of paris, but she had an incredible writing practice. she was a prolific writer. the fifth level really looks at her legacy and how artists continue to be inspired by her image, work, and concept. >> this is a compelling reason for people to visit the jewish museum. you also have life and theater.
>> we are a non-collecting museum. any time you walk in the building, you will always be treated to a range of very different and wonderful exhibitions. in our first floor exhibition space, we have an exhibition on the work of charlotte sullivan. she was a young artist in berlin. the nazis came into power. her parents sent her to the south of france to live with her grandparents. she put herself in a room for about 18 months and created 1200 small paintings telling her life story through a kind of reflection. it is another example of the way we try to bring a wide range of art and experiences to our public. we want them to find something meaningful to them. >> your institution has been in this neighborhood for three years. how do you like the neighborhood?
>> this is the best neighborhood. we are the luckiest city in the world to have this kind of cultural district, to have so many museums and cultural institutions. the center of our tourist life is here because this is where the convention center is. people from near and far can be introduced to the richness of the bay area. it is so wonderful and unique. >> the city thanks you for providing such wonderful leadership and vision. >> we're so happy to be part of the city and so honored to be part of "culture wire." >> to learn more about the exhibition and other upcoming events, visit the website. thank you for watching "culture
>> good evening. welcome to our mission they can on my way -- mission campus. on my way over here, i heard that steve jobs died today. he was a good friend to the region, the area. i thought it would be nice to have a moment of silence to recognize him and honor what he gave the world. on behalf of ucsf, i would like to welcome you all here. this is our mission day campus that former -- formally opened
in 2003. we are proud to be co-host in tonight's forum. we want to thank the beat. i want to thank our moderator. and i want to also thank our journalists panel. [reads names] thank you for donating your time tonight. in 2014, we will celebrate 115 years in san francisco. we are the second largest employer in san francisco, with nearly 23,000 employees, nearly half of whom live throughout the district. we are about 6% of total city employment. that is no more than the entire financial services industry. san francisco is, needless to say, invested in who the next
mayor will be. one of our largest and most successful partnerships is with san francisco general hospital. we partner with the city for doctors in health-care providers at san francisco general here -- general. we also partner with the school district to support quality science education. we touch about 90% of the schools in the city. finally, the campus here has blossomed into a vibrant campus. before mission bay was opened, it was over 1% in the bay area. today it is over 6%.
coincidentally, that was the year that apple computer was founded. many of you have noticed the current construction under way across the street. that will be home to our new cancer women and children's hospital expected to open in 2014. we will have two hospitals. as i said, we are an integral part of the city. we love the city. it has been part of the very fabric of ucsf for years. it is with great pride that i welcome the candidates. with that, i would like to introduce the president of the san francisco beat of voters, patricia mcgovern. [applause] >> good evening.
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matthew, from the department of election, to talk about right choice of voting. francis? [applause] >> fenty. i am here from the department of elections to give you a quick review of how to market right choice ballot. starting on friday, -- how to mark a wink choice ballot -- rank choice ballot. it has three columns. all candidates running for the office are listed in all three columns. mark one choice in the first column, a different choice in the second column, and an even more different choice in the third column. make sure that you only mark 1 selection in a column.
if there is only one, we cannot count that or anyone after it. also, do not mark the same candidate for all of your choices. your vote will count for your first choice as long as your candidate is not eliminated. if the candidate is eliminated, then no vote can be counted for you. mark it different second and third, so that your boat can go to your next favorite candidate. if you have questions, i will be available after words. or you can visit our website. click on the voting tool kit that has all of the information needed for this election. thank you, we will see what the polls. [applause] >> alright, we are ready to begin.
i am now turning off by phone. let's all turnoff ourself phones. all right, let's begin with opening statements. we will start in alphabetical order. >> good evening, everyone. my name is jeff adachi. i am running for mayor because san francisco megan meier that will stand up and fight for what is right. something i have done my entire career as a public defender. making sure that every day people receive fair treatment in the courts. today, san franciscans need fair treatment in city government. too many people do not have jobs. too many services are being cut. we need a leader that will stand up and do the right thing for the people.
in that man. i am that candidate. you can count on me to stand up for you as mayor. thank you. [applause] >> ms. alioto-ier? >> thank you. i look forward to tonight's debate in the short time that i have is an opening, it is wonderful to be here. in 1981, i broke my back in a ski lift accident. my parents started an organization to help to fund neurological degeneration and stem cell research. it is apropos for me to be here. as a member of the board of supervisors, one of the first things that i did was ask biotech tax exemptions. we have seen them leaving san francisco, and we had to find a
way to bring them back. i bring this up because it is such an important job growth mechanism for us. it is important that research and development is at the forefront of what we do and accomplish. it should be a hallmark of san francisco. when we find a cure for aids, and other uses for stem cell research, it should happen in your. thank you for having us here tonight. [applause] >> good evening. it is great to be here. my name is john of a los. i am running for mayor of san francisco. -- john avalos. i am running for mayor of san francisco. we are the people who are desperately trying to cling to a living wage here in san francisco. we are middle-class, working class people. i am raising two kids here.
i am not your typical politician. social worker, community organizer, a part of working with people to create solutions for san francisco. i would be delighted to have your support. a want to make sure that our economy works at all levels of the community, making sure that our neighborhoods are livable and schools are fully funded, transparent and welcoming input of every day systems. thank you. [applause] >> hello,- my name is terry joan bon. i began as a personal aide to the legendary balla absed in her first run for congress in new york city in the 1970's. i am a green party activist.
i am running because i have become incredibly concerned about what is going on in the world in this country. it seems that we have gone so far to the right. i believe that the values of the green party would make an enormous difference. the values of grass-roots democracy, environmental wisdom, and nonviolence. i feel that the election of a green mayor in san francisco would have an enormous effect. not only on some francisco, but the entire country. it would open political discourse at a time when the fate of our planet is hanging in the balance. thank you. [applause] >> good evening. my name is david schiu. we are going to spend a lot of time talking about what we
believe in. i want to talk about who i am a little bit. raised in boston, born in cleveland by immigrant parents, we can to some francisco 15 years ago for what we all love about the city. our commitment to diversity and social justice and innovation. i have been fortunate to work as a civil rights attorney, the founder of a technology company, prosecuting attorney, and president of the san francisco board of supervisors. i think that meeting new generation of leadership. one that is focused on delivering results. one that is ready to move beyond the dysfunctional politics of the past. i am proud of my record, helping to create thousands of jobs in units for new housing. i look forward to a conversation. thank you. [applause]
>> great to see you, everyone. my name is dvin dunfy. i served eight years on the board of supervisors and five years for mayer brown. i ran the complaint department. my approach to running for mayor is a look at the big picture by making the things that we rely upon every day better, serving the interests of the people that live here and work here. school is important as well. i am a public school parent. for the future of san francisco, we have to have great schools for the children of today and the workers of tomorrow. i was proud to work on a by attacks credit, creating synergy. thank you. [applause] >> mr. hall? >> good evening, folks. i assume you are here to see the
different candidates. by m. tony hall. i am not a member of a political party. i am running to be a working mayor offering serious solutions. fraught with programs that will cost the taxpayer down the road , we all need a serious solution to pension reform to bring all of these pension benefits. i am talking about keeping expenditures in line with revenues, cutting special- interest deals. we are talking about a san francisco income-tax. city hall does not need a blank check, it needs a reality check. enough of the sanctuary city. that is a program and policy
that endangers public safety -- safety. changing the culture of city hall will take determination, leadership, and it will take you to help me. join me. [applause] >> my name is city attorney, dennis herrera. i wanted to thank the house for giving me the opportunity to have a conversation with you all about what is at stake in this election. you clearly recognize that this is a seminal collection. this is the most important race we have had in and what years, because of the unique challenges we have found, 50,000 san franciscans moved here over the course of the last 10 years. we have to make sure that we are creating socioeconomic opportunities for all levels of
income scale. a government needs to work to meet the challenges of the people, particularly important when we are facing realignment to demonstrate that we can create economic opportunity and have a government that works. that is what this is all about and i look forward to having a conversation with you tonight. thank you very much. [applause] >> as your mayor for life, for the last nine months i have been looking at doing the most important thing in city hall. the most important thing is to create jobs and make sure that economic growth continues. that is number one. all of the convenience we have had in the neighborhoods, balancing the budget, talking about pension reform, they have all been attended by people who
have asked, time and again, where are the jobs? they can be created here. yesterday i issued a road map as to how we can create jobs to continue economic growth. i would like to share my points with you tonight, so that you know that the mayor every day should be waking up and asking themselves how to trade jobs in this city. thank you. [applause] >> my name is joanna reese. i came here 16 years ago to raise my family. i thought of this city as the verse and inclusive. as an entrepreneur, i founded a venture capital ship firm, applying the same model to public education reform, bringing innovative services into our public schools.
i had the honor to work with an incredible education advocate. tonight, my heart goes out to more meaning and her children. i have spoken to thousands of voters at bus stops, at the merchant walk, going door to door, and in neighborhood forums. i have heard loud and clear that we need a new approach and we will let get their buy trading shares at city hall. i look forward to the discussion tonight. thank you. [applause] >> good evening. my name is professor phil ping. we love this city. san francisco is one of the greatest cities in the world. we know it can be better. we need to jump-start our economy and create jobs. we know the community can be faster a