Up for Air/Decameron (2021)

Up for Air/Decameron (2021)

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ODC/Dance Presents Drinks & a Dance:
World Premiere of Up for Air / Decameron (2021)
Thursday, August 19, 2021 6:00 PM PT

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Experience dance through a choreographer's eyes.

Be a part of ODC’s first live telecast event, Drinks & a Dance, presenting the World Premiere of ODC/Dance’s feature film, Up for Air / Decameron, directed by Brenda Way.

Featuring ODC/Dance Company and Kate Weare Company, Up for Air / Decameron is inspired by Bocaccio’s novel about the retreat of ten young Florentines seeking to avoid the plague of 1385. The film, directed by Brenda Way and choreographed by Way, Kate Weare, KT Nelson, and Kimi Okada touches on the combustible nature of love, the pleasures of connection and the resilience, irreverence and joy that help us survive tumultuous times.

The evening begins with mixologist Dan Burns from Foreign Cinema leading in the creation of The Florentine, a specialty cocktail designed to celebrate this opening event. Drinks in hand, join in conversation with director Brenda Way and creative producer Kellee McQuinn as they discuss the dynamic process of transforming a work from stage to screen. In-Studio and Livestream audiences will view the film from the beautiful ODC Theater, followed by an interactive Q&A with the artistic and creative teams.

Your drink ingredients can be ordered and delivered to you by San Francisco’s famed Elixir, order here. A recipe will also be provided.

Two Ways to Participate

  • Virtual Experience: $15 | $30 | $90 per household/device

    Ticket includes:

    • Access to the virtual live telecast event and  World Premiere screening of Up for Air / Decameron
    • Access to live cocktail classes with Foreign Cinema - ingredients purchased separately through Elixir order here
    • Virtual Q&A with the artistic and creative team
    • Sneak peak of behind-the-scenes content from the making of the film

    General Admission: $30
    Arts Access: $15
    Supporter: $90

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  • Live Studio Audience: $150 per person

    Step into the ODC Theater and experience Drinks & a Dance in person!
    ODC Theater
    3153 17th St. San Francisco, CA

    Ticket includes:

    • In-person access to the live telecast and world premiere screening of Up for Air / Decameron
    • Complimentary cocktail
    • Exclusive access to artists and behind-the-scenes content

    Live studio guests must arrive by 5:45pm to be in place for the 6pm PT broadcast. Proof of full vaccination is required. Learn more about ODC’s health and safety protocols at odc.dance/reopening.

    Capacity is extremely limited.

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Four Choreographic Voices...Two Dance Companies

  • Artistic Team

    Brenda Way - Director/Choreographer

    Brenda Way received her early training at the School of American Ballet and Ballet Arts in New York City. She is the founder and artistic director of ODC/Dance and creator of the ODC Theater and ODC Dance Commons, community performance and training venues in San Francisco’s Mission District. She launched ODC and helped create an inter-arts department at Oberlin College and Conservatory of Music in the late 1960's before relocating to the Bay Area in 1976.

    Brenda has choreographed more than 85 pieces over the last 45 years. Her commissions include Unintended Consequences: A Meditation (2008) Equal Justice Society; Life is a House (2008) San Francisco Girls Chorus; On a Train Heading South (2005) CSU Monterey Bay; Remnants of Song (2002) Stanford Lively Arts; Scissors Paper Stone (1994) Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater; Western Women (1993) Cal Performances, Rutgers University and Jacob's Pillow; Ghosts of an Old Ceremony (1991) Walker Art Center and The Minnesota Orchestra; Krazy Kat (1990) San Francisco Ballet; This Point in Time (1987) Oakland Ballet; Tamina (1986) San Francisco Performances; and Invisible Cities (1985) Stanford Lively Arts and the Robotics Research Laboratory. Her work Investigating Grace was named an NEA American Masterpiece in 2011.

    She is a national spokesperson for dance, has been published widely, and has received numerous awards, including Isadora Duncan Dance Awards for both choreography and sustained achievement, and has enjoyed 40 years of support from the National Endowment for the Arts. She is a 2000 recipient of the John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship. In 2009, she was the first choreographer to be a Resident of the Arts at the American Academy in Rome, and in 2012, she received the Helen Crocker Russell Award for Community Leadership from the SF Foundation. In 2009 ODC/Dance was selected by BAM to tour Brenda Way's work internationally under the aegis of the U.S. State Department’s inaugural DanceMotion USA tour. She has recently added filmmaking to her list of accomplishments with Walk on Air, Sleeping Beauty, and the feature length Up for Air/Decameron, all brought to the screen during the pandemic.

    Brenda Way holds a Ph.D. in aesthetics and is the mother of four children.

    Kate Weare - Choreographer

    Kate Weare, Artistic Director of Kate Weare Company, is recognized as a preeminent American choreographer known for her startling combination of formal choreographic value and visceral, emotional interpretation. Weare’s dances explore contemporary views of intimacy - both tender and stark - by drawing on our most basic urges to move and decode movement. She founded her company in New York City in 2005 as a vehicle for choreographic research, while creating commissions for other companies, most recently Union Tanguera (France), ODC/Dance (SF), Limon Dance Company (NY), Cincinnati Ballet (OH), The Juilliard School (NY), Ririe-Woodbury Dance Theater (UT), Scottish Dance Theatre (UK), GroundWorks Dance Theater (OH), among many others. Weare’s awards include: The Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship Award, Inaugural BAM Fisher Artist-in-Residency & Commission Award, The Joyce Theater Creative Residency Award (2016, 2014, 2011), The Aninstantia Foundation Fellowship, The Princess Grace Choreography Fellowship, NC Arts Council Fellowship, White Bird’s Barney Choreographic Prize, CalArts Inaugural Evelyn Sharp Summer Artist-in Residency Award, The MANCC Fellowship Award, The Jacob’s Pillow Residency Award. Teaching includes: Princeton University, The Juilliard School, NYU/Tisch School of the Arts, Marymount Manhattan, CalArts, Virginia Commonwealth Univ., among others. Weare is pleased to be working closely with Brenda Way, KT Nelson, & Kimi Okada as Resident Choreographer at ODC.

    KT Nelson - Choreographer

    KT Nelson joined ODC/Dance in 1976 and partners with Brenda Way to direct the ODC/Dance Company. KT choreographed and directed the Company's first full-length family ballet in 1986, The Velveteen Rabbit, which has since been performed annually in the Bay Area as an ODC/Dance holiday production.

    KT has been awarded the Isadora Duncan Dance Award four times: in 1987 for Outstanding Performance, in 1996 and 2012 for Outstanding Choreography, and in 2001 for Sustained Achievement. Her collaborators have included Bobby McFerrin, Geoff Hoyle, Shinichi Iova-Koga, Max Chen, Zap Mama, and Joan Jeanrenaud. In 2008, her work RingRounRozi, in collaboration with French-Canadian composer Linda Bouchard, was selected to be performed at the Tanzmesse International Dance Festival. In 2009 Nelson was one of three artists selected for Austin Ballet’s New American Talent Competition. In 2012 she created new work for Western Michigan University as part of their Great Works Dance Project.

    In addition to her work as a choreographer, Nelson served on the Zellerbach Community Arts Panel from 2005 to 2011, ran the summer dance department for Center for Creative Youth at Wesleyan University 2003-2006, and founded the ODC Dance Jam in 1997.

    Over the last 25 years, KT has played a major role in defining and implementing ODC's on-going and project-based outreach programs. She has mentored the Margaret Jenkins' Chime Project and continues to mentor emerging artists in the Bay Area and abroad.

    Kimi Okada - Choreographer

    Kimi Okada is a founding member of ODC. Her work includes more than 26 choreographed works for ODC/Dance, as well as commissions and collaborations with Geoff Hoyle, Bill Irwin, Julie Taymor, and Robin Williams. She has choreographed productions for the American Conservatory Theater of San Francisco, Yale Repertory Theater, the New Victory Theater in New York, the Children’s Theater Company in Minneapolis, Theatre for a New Audience in New York, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, the American Music Theater Festival, the Santa Fe Opera, Los Angeles Music Center Opera, Los Angeles Theatre Center, the Pickle Family Circus, and the San Francisco Mime Troupe.

    She was nominated for a Tony Award for the Broadway production of Largely New York, which she co-choreographed with Bill Irwin. In 2010 she choreographed the ACT production of Scapin, and The Composer is Dead at Berkeley Repertory Theater. She choreographed the First Voice production of Mu, an evening length theater/dance/music piece which premiered at the SF Jewish Community Center in 2013.

    Since 1996, Kimi has served as director of the ODC School, which she has brought to the forefront of international and national dance education for youth and adults. She has been honored with a California State Legislature Assembly Resolution for choreographic and community contributions. She also directs ODC's teen company, the Dance Jam.

  • Cast

    Allie Papazian

    Allie Papazian is from Los Angeles, CA. She trained at Interlochen Arts Academy in Michigan and was a member of the inaugural class in the Alonzo King LINES ballet BFA at Dominican University of California, where she graduated summa cum laude in 2010. While in college she danced professionally with Mark Foehringer dance project SF, Central California Ballet, and performed with Zhukov Dance Theatre for their 2010 and 2011 seasons. Upon graduation she joined the Compañía Nacional de Danza in Madrid, Spain. In her five years with the CND she has had the privilege of performing works by Nacho Duato, Mats Ek, Ohad Naharin, Jiri Kylian, Johan Inger, and Alexander Ekman among others. Later she joined ODC/Dance for their 2015/2016 season. After freelancing and working with numerous bay area companies including Post:Ballet, Kambara+Dancers and Dance Theatre of San Francisco she returned to ODC/Dance as a company member in 2019.

    Cora Cliburn

    Cora Cliburn grew up in Santa Fe, NM, and trained at Moving People Dance, the San Francisco Conservatory of Dance, and the Alonzo King LINES Ballet Training Program. She was chosen by DANCE Magazine as one of “25 to Watch” and her ensemble work with Post:Ballet in Robert Dekkers’s “Yours is Mine” was nominated for an Isadora Duncan Dance Award in 2016. Cora graduated from Stanford University with honors in Environmental Anthropology and minors in Theater and Performance Studies and East Asian Studies in 2019. She has danced with Post:Ballet, Robert Moses’ Kin, Liv Schaffer, and ARCOS Dance, among others. Cora joined ODC/Dance in 2020.

    Christian Squires

    Christian Squires, originally from Charleston, South Carolina, began his artistic career as a professional dancer, performing soloist and principal roles with Boston Ballet, Oregon Ballet Theater, Smuin Ballet, Diablo Ballet, and Post:Ballet of San Francisco. He is currently a member of ODC/Dance, and has danced in works by Helen Pickett, George Balanchine, William Forsythe, Val Caniparoli, and Twyla Tharp. In addition, Christian has performed in and restaged ballets for choreographers including Amy Seiwert, Adam Hougland, and Robert Dekkers.

    In 2012, he designed his first costumes for Post:Ballet, and has since designed and created costumes for companies including sjDANCEco, Grand Rapids Ballet, Kansas City Dance Festival, and Diablo Ballet. In 2015, Christian designed and constructed costumes for Quixotic Cirque Noveau's celebrated Firebird production, and most recently, he designed costumes for Louisville Ballet's new evening-length Romeo and Juliet. He is also the costume designer for Art Haus, a Playa-based performance ensemble that presents live music, dance, and structural art collaborations at Burning Man. With Art Haus, he has costumed reimagined versions of Stravinsky’s Rite of Spring and Firebird as well as We, Human, a contemporary work set to Reich’s Eight Lines.

    A natural evolution of his work as a dancer, costume designer, and repertieur, Christian was appointed Creative Director of Post:Ballet in 2016, where he collaborates intimately with the artistic team to bring the company's repertoire and evening-length programming to life. Christian's extensive experience in all aspects of dance, together with his wildly imaginative creative voice, has enabled him to unite his passions for fashion and movement into cohesive, meaningful, and moving performance experiences.

    Douglas Gillespie
    Kate Weare Company

    Douglas Gillespie is a founding member of Kate Weare Company, originating memorable roles in over 15 years of Weare’s work, as well as teaching, rehearsal directing and assisting Weare in creating commissions throughout the U.S. Gillespie is currently a Brooklyn-based Dance Artist passionate in the making, teaching and embodiment of dance as an art form. He works at colleges and dance centers around the world, including The Juilliard School, NYU Tisch Summer Program, Mark Morris Dance Group, National Taiwan University of the Arts and at Gibney Dance Center in New York. Gillespie is an avid dance maker choreographing for Teoria De Gravidad, Limon Professional Training Program, Moving Current Dance Collective, Sarasota Contemporary Dance and Doug Varone DEVICES workshop. He has also created his own student commissions for SUNY Brockport, Cleveland State University, University of Florida and Santa Fe College; two of his works have premiered at American College Dance Association. Gillespie has premiered two international self-choreographed solo projects; most recently for Festival Danza Urbana in Monterrey, Mx. in August 2018 and Taipei, Taiwan November 2015. Gillespie joined David Dorfman Dance in 2018 and has performed in Punchdrunk Emursive’s Sleep No More and Third Rail Projects’ Then She Fell. Born in San Diego, raised in Jacksonville, Fl. he received his BFA in Dance from Florida State University in 2005.

    Emily Mann

    Emily Mann grew up in Big Sur, CA, and is now based in Nashville, TN. At home in many genres, her focus is on Appalachian Oldtime music and American Folk music traditions and songwriting. She toured and performed in the Oldtime stringband The Crooked Jades from 2015-2020. In 2019 The Crooked Jades were nominated for an Isadora Duncan Dance Award in the category of Music/Sound/Text for “World’s On Fire”, a collaboration with the Kate Weare Company and ODC/Dance. She writes and tours with her duo project, Paper Wings, set to release their third album in 2022. “Gorgeous, big-hearted and masterfully played” says Kristin Andreassen of their most recent album, “Clementine”. In 2020 they opened and performed alongside Avi Kaplan (of wildly popular pop acapella group Pentatonix) for his “I’ll Get By” tour of the US.

    James Gilmer
    Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater

    James Gilmer, from Pittsburgh, PA, trained at Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre School and the Pittsburgh Creative and Performing Arts School. After graduating, he performed with Texture Contemporary Ballet and joined Cincinnati Ballet in 2011. While dancing with the Cincinnati Ballet for six seasons, Mr. Gilmer was promoted to Soloist in 2015 and performed works by Victoria Morgan, Amy Seiwert, Septime Webre, Ohad Naharin, Val Caniparoli, Annabelle Lopez Ochoa, Edwaard Liang, Jennifer Archibald, and George Balanchine to name a few. Mr. Gilmer was also a member of Amy Seiwert's Imagery, performing during the summer seasons since 2013, and of ODC/Dance, performing works by Brenda Way, KT Nelson and Kate Weare. Mr. Gilmer joined the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater in 2019, so far performing works by Donald Byrd, Jessica Lang, Rennie Harris and of course, Alvin Ailey.

    James Gilmer appears in Up for Air/Decameron with thanks to Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater.

    Jeremy Bannon-Neches

    Jeremy Bannon- Neches was born in Brooklyn, NY and grew up in Augusta, GA, where he received his initial training for the Augusta Ballet School. He graduated from the North Carolina School of the Arts where he performed leading roles in Don Quixote and the Nutcracker. Jeremy then spent 7 years with the Nevada Ballet Theater, performing principal roles in Balanchine's Rubies and Serenade, along with works by Twyla Tharp, Frederick Ashton and Mathew Neenan. In 2012 Jeremy moved to San Francisco where he danced for Robert Moses Kin, Post:Ballet, Zhukov Dance Theater, Hope Mohr Dance, and DawsonDanceSF. He has been a company member with ODC/Dance since 2015.

    Mia J. Chong

    Mia J. Chong is from San Francisco, California. She received her training from the Kirov Academy of Ballet, San Francisco Ballet School, the Ailey School, Alonzo King LINES Ballet, Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, the School at Jacob’s Pillow’s Contemporary Program, and ODC School, where she trained for over a decade. Mia has danced with Robert Moses’ KIN, Post:Ballet, San Francisco Symphony, and Dance Theatre of San Francisco. She joined ODC/Dance as an apprentice in 2016 and was promoted to company dancer in 2018. Mia has received a Princess Grace Award, Chris Hellman Dance Honor, Aninstantia Foundation Grant, LINES Ballet Homer Avila Award, Isadora Duncan Dance Awards and nominations, and Jacob’s Pillow Ann & Weston Hicks Choreography Fellowship. She currently studies Organizational Behavior and Change at New York University.

    Miche Wong

    Born and raised in the Bay Area, Miche Wong is a dancer, educator, and choreographer. Seasoned in that order, it's led her to dance with Guangdong Modern Dance Company, Garret +Moulton Productions, Santa Barbara Dance Theater, Ziru Dance, Capacitor, and most recently, ODC/Dance. She brings her international experience and local expertise in the field to her classes and workshops throughout California and abroad. She's taught for Alonzo King LINES Ballet training program, vocational schools in China, and frequently for UC Santa Barbara where she earned her BFA in Dance. Miche's choreographic work has been shown at the Beijing International Dance Festival, Silicon Valley Dance Festival, the Asian Art Museum, Dance Mission Theater, and Cowell Theater.

    Nicole Vaughan-Diaz
    Kate Weare Company

    Nicole Vaughan-Diaz has been a member of Kate Weare Company since 2013, performing in and originating roles in works such as Dark Lark, Garden, Unstruck, Marksman, Bridge of Sighs, Praise and Landfall. Vaughan-Diaz is a choreographer and performer, newly-based in Asheville, NC. Additionally, she has performed works by Sasha Waltz and Kate Hilliard. Vaughan-Diaz's own choreographic work has premiered at venues including: Judson Memorial Church (NY), The Public Theater (NY) and Arts on Site (NY).  In 2019, she won the Challenge Winner Award for the 24th Annual DanceNOW Festival at Joe’s Pub at The Public Theater, and development of her work has been supported by Connecticut-based residency The Dragon's Egg and DanceNOW.

    Rachel Furst

    Rachel Furst is from Baltimore, MD, where she began her dance training in competitive dance and then formally trained at the Baltimore School for the Arts. She graduated summa cum laude in 2013 from the Alonzo King LINES Ballet BFA program at Dominican University of California. In 2012, she was awarded the Dizzy Feet Foundation Award. Rachel began her professional dance career with Amy Seiwert’s Imagery under the expert mentorship of Ms. Seiwert. She has also had the opportunity to be a guest artist with Dawson Dance SF and Smuin Contemporary Ballet, where she eventually joined as a full company member in 2015. She joined ODC/Dance in 2016.

    Ryan Rouland Smith
    Kate Weare Company

    Ryan Rouland Smith has been a member of Kate Weare Company since 2014, performing in and originating roles in such works as Dark Lark, Unstruck, Marksman and Praise. Smith hails from Colorado where he graduated from the Denver School of the Arts. A recipient of the Carpenter Scholarship, Smith graduated cum laude from Virginia Commonwealth University with a BFA in Dance and Choreography in 2013. While a student at the American Dance Festival, he had the pleasure of working with John Jasperse, Reggie Wilson and performed in the first reconstruction of Bill T. Jones’ Love Redefined.  Most recently Smith performed in Stefanie Batten Bland’s Look Who is Coming to Diner and Nicole Vaughn Diaz’s A Portrait of Them in 2019.  He is thrilled to be back in SF with ODC/Dance, continuing the collaboration around Decameron.

  • Production Team

    Kellee McQuinn - Creative Producer, ODC Director of Digital Programs

    Kellee is an award-winning producer, director, writer, lyricist, choreographer, performer, curriculum author and artrepreneur. Prior to serving ODC and creating the Digital Programs Department, producing filmed works of all kinds throughout the organization, Kellee has 20 years’ experience translating the magic of live experiences and interactive dance-based programs into immersive on-screen formats. She is the Executive Producer of Mack & Moxy, a children’s television show currently airing on PBS and Amazon Prime starring Hank Azaria, Kegan-Michael Key, Simone Biles, and Rachael Ray. Best known for creating the Parent’s Choice winning international movement program, KidTribe, Michelle Obama invited Kellee to perform at the White House Easter Egg Roll throughout all eight years of the Obama administration, as did Nickelodeon’s Worldwide Day of Play since 2006. Kellee is also the writer/director/producer of NASA’s Telly Award winning Space School Musical. A sought-after consultant and keynote speaker, Kellee has partnered and worked with some of the world’s leading non-profit organizations, pioneering new strategies for entertainment outreach and audience engagement. A recent recipient of the Broken Glass Ceiling Award by Palm Springs Women in Film, Kellee also received a Community Leadership Award from President Obama's Council on Sports, Fitness and Nutrition in 2012.

    Lynnette Myers - Line Producer

    Lynnette began working in the film and TV industry in 1995 and joined the Directors Guild of America in 2001. As a producer, director and 1st AD, she is highly regarded in the field, having worked with both big (HBO, Amazon, HGTV, NBC to name a few) and small production companies. With expert knowledge when it comes to scheduling, budgets, SAG-AFTRA, crew (Union or Non-Union), Lynnette has resourceful & creative problem solving skills. When the pandemic came along, instead of stopping Lynnette expanded her skill set again & completed multiple COVID CO certifications. Her focus on getting back to work safely in the New Normal of COVID19 Sets.

    Jonathan Hall - Director of Photography

    Jonathan Hall is a story of an X-Games athlete turned filmmaker. Hailing from the central coast of California, his love for the camera began at the age of 14 when he started filming friends and teammates for sponsors and promoters. Fueled by his new passion Jonathan quickly made his way onto some of Hollywood’s elite camera teams, which soon allowed him to jump directly into feature and series work as a Cinematographer. Since then he has shot all over the world lensing everything from epic action adventures to arthouse dramas. He's shot ads for everything from Chrysler to Budweiser and FDA to Visa on both national and international campaigns. He's as comfortable conducting a 100 strong crew as he is chasing the sunset for the last shot of the day. He still loves what he does.

    Jim French - Production Designer

    Jim French designs lighting for the performing arts and live events, with work seen in twenty five countries and thirty six U.S. States.  Highlights of Jim's work in dance include over fifteen world premieres for San Francisco Ballet, nine seasons as resident designer for Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet, and long running collaborations with the choreographers Val Caniparoli, Pascal Rioult, and Amy Seiwert, with vertical dance company Bandaloop, and with Ballet West. At home in the San Francisco Bay Area, he has collaborated with Alonzo King LINES Ballet, RAW Dance, Shotgun Players, Kronos Quartet, Joe Goode Performance Group, ODC/Dance, Post:Ballet, SF Danceworks, Imagery, Sacramento Ballet, Marin Theater Company, West Edge Opera, and has been house LD at SFJAZZ.  Favorite credits from further afield include Finnish National Ballet, Ballett Basel, Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, Playwright's Horizons, Carte Blanche, Royal Ballet of Flanders, and LA Dance Project. Jim designed lighting for the 2018 Global Climate Action Summit, and volunteers for Dancers Responding to AIDS and Bike East Bay.

    James Reid - Editor

    James' passion is to work on projects that captivate the imagination and get people talking, which is why Decameron fulfilled every creative wish he could hope for. Often, James produces and directs commercials for brands including AT&T, H&R Block, Infiniti, Anheuser-Busch, and Salesforce. During his career, he’s earned a collection of accolades, some of which include gold Clio, Webby, and D&AD awards. On occasion, he produces documentaries, the best of which have been official selections of the Tribeca, AFI, and Rotterdam Film Festivals. He also strongly believes that Brenda and Kellee are the bee's knees.

  • Producers

    Special thanks to the producers below who have pledged their support to help make Up for Air/Decameron possible:

    Executive Producer
    Presenting Producers
    The AnonyMoose Foundation
    Marc Crocetti
    Sean Dowdall and David Landis
    Lynn Feintech and Tony Bernhardt
    Associate Producers
    Frank Baron
    Leela de Souza Bransten and Peter Bransten
    Beverly Dale
    Sakurako and William Fisher
    Senior Producers
    Ditty and Bart Deamer
    Paul Salinger
    Jackie Schneider and Robert Rebitzer  
    Brenda Way and Henry Erlich
    Diane B. Wilsey
    Courtney Benoist and Jason Fish
    Jessica Bixby and Justin Erlich
    Karen and Paul Bixby
    Anna Boyer
    Eleanor and Francis Ford Coppola
    Mary Margaret Jones
    J. C. Kellogg Foundation
    Amy Roth and Bob Epstein
    Becky Saeger and Tom Graves
    Timothy Schroeder and Peter Chandonnet
    Tim Streb  
    Margaret Tcheng Ware and John Ware
    Sally Yu and Jeff Shen

ODC is excited to welcome the public back for live events. For the health and safety of yourself and others, and per CDC and SFDPH guidelines, all participants are required to show proof of being fully vaccinated to participate in in-person activities (“fully vaccinated” means two weeks after completion of the recommended vaccination series). Masks are required.