F@200 EVENTS OUTSIDE STANFORD
New Work: Kerry Tribe features the premiere of Standardized Patient (2017)
October 7, 2017 – February 25, 2018
The Frankenstein Bicentennial at Washington University in St. Louis
October 13, 2017
Umrath Lounge, Danforth Campus, Washington University in St. Louis
For more information, visit here.
University Club of Western Australia
18-19 October 2018
WHEN: Tuesday, October 24, 2017 - 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
WHERE: Menlo Park Library
The Menlo Park Library will present a screening of "Young Frankenstein," the classic Mel Brooks comedy starring Gene Wilder, Peter Boyle, Marty Feldman, Cloris Leachman, Teri Garr, & Madeline Kahn. The movie is rated “PG.” The event is free, and will take place at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, October 24, in the main library at 800 Alma Street.
For more information on this event, visit menlopark.org/library, or phone 650-330-2501.
Halloween with Young Frankenstein and Featuring Anderson & Roe
October 29, 2017 at 7:00pm
Davies Symphony Hall
Lecture by Kerry Tribe, artist and filmmaker (Standardized Patient, 2017)
Minnesota Street Project
November 14, 2017
The Age of Frankenstein
Edinburgh Napier University
A diverse array of events and activities on the bicentenary of Frankenstein’s publication
The Frankenstein Bicentennial Project
Arizona State University
The 4th Life Art Science Tech Festival (LAST festival)
April 7-8, 2017
SJSU Hammer Theatre Center
The 4th LAST is being produced in collaboration with San Jose State University’s Paseo Public Prototyping Challenge and Festival.
Creative Nonfiction Writing Contest:
Dangerous Creations: Real-life Frankenstein Stories
Deadline March 20, 2017
Click HERE for more information
Science Museum of London
February 8 - September 3, 2017
SF Ballet Pointes of View (POV) Lecture Series
Feb 22, 6 pm | Program 03 - Frankenstein
Litquake, the Bay Area's literary festival and San Francisco Ballet co-present Frankenstein at the Ballet: Mary Shelley and Her "Hideous Progeny." Professor Ellen Peel from the Comparative and World Literature Department at SF State reflects on the origin of Frankenstein. Shelley was often asked, 'how I, then a young girl, came to think of...so very hideous an idea,' Peel will address that question by looking at cultural and scientific forces in her day, and by considering Shelley's early life. Peel will comment on how the novel has managed to play so powerfully on our wishes and fears for two centuries, becoming a myth continually reborn in new avatars, now including a ballet.
Free and open to the public
January 20 - February 12
"Uncanny valley" refers to a sense of unease experienced when an artificial image or a humanoid robot appears almost — but not 'quite' — human. Portraying a synthetic being in the process of becoming a human analogue, the play explores the question of how we are redefining what it means to be human in the 21st century.
The Ecstasy of Mary Shelley
LACE Emerging Curators Program
Exhibition Dates: January 5 – February 12, 2017
Curated by Virginia Broersma, Nick Brown and Kio Griffith
Ms. Robot (Don’t Move Until I Come Back: The Future of Frankenstein)
September 16, 2016
West Wave Dance Festival at Z Space in San Francisco
Click HERE to view the performance.