Stories sound better when we listen together.
Join KALW at its new events space in downtown San Francisco for an evening of sound art and narrative storytelling. The evening will be curated by Sarah Jessee, one of KALW's Audio Academy Fellows.
Free snacks, great content, and beautiful community will be provided.
Doors and drinks at 5.
Listening and discussion at 6.
- KALW's live events space is located just to the left of the main entrance to the Mills Building at 220 Montgomery Street.
- The venue is two blocks from the Montgomery Street BART/MUNI station
Join us for a special pre-release screening of A Divine Journey documentary short co-hosted by KALW and Splicer Films. This is an opportunity to preview the film and meet the protagonist, Divine Mugisha from Malawi!
This will be a special opportunity to mix and mingle and learn about Divine’s cause to build a leadership academy for refugee orphans as she aims to fundraise and gain support to help marginalized youth to receive world-class education in a safe and loving environment.
📅 Tuesday, December 12, 2023
🕡 Time: 5:00 - 8:00 p.m. PST
📍 220 Montgomery St. San Francisco, CA 94104
FREE and open to the public!
- 5:00 p.m. Doors, drinks and appetizers
- 6:00 p.m. “A Divine Journey” documentary short pre-release screening and panel Q&A with protagonist Divine Mugisha and producer/director, Annette King
- 7:00 - 8:00 p.m. Mix and mingle
KALW's new events space at 220 Montgomery Street is all about livening up the Financial District.
Join us on Friday, December 8, for five hours of music, food, drinks, and community:
5-8 pm: Karaoke Happy Hour with KALW
8-10 pm: Live broadcast of DJ Wonway Posibul's on-air set
Stop by for free snacks, drinks for donations, and good times.
KALW has set up shop in downtown San Francisco! As part of the city's Vacant to Vibrant program — an effort to revitalize parts of the city — we've created an engaging pop-up experience and community space at 220 Montgomery Street. Join us for our weekly live events that feature conversations about the Bay Area's most important issues and live performances showcasing our region's musical talent. Plus, collaborations with organizations like The San Francisco Standard, Live Free USA, and the Northern California Society of Professional Journalists.