Community Conversation with Judy Shepard: Replace Hate with Understanding, Compassion and Acceptance, May 17, 7pm, free, The Broad Stage
SMC Performing Arts Center
1310 11th St., www.facinghistory.org/allstate.
Facing History and Ourselves and The Allstate Foundation present this community conversation with Judy Shepard, who lost her son Matthew to a hate crime, and has since written and lectured on the themes of equality and tolerance.
Emeritus Student Juried Exhibition I
May 20, through June 18, reception May 20, 5pm
SMC Emeritus College Gallery, 1227 2nd St.
The first of two exhibits showcasing the work of Emeritus
College students (the second begins in July), this show
features 63 students who bring to their work both the youthfulness and maturity of older adults.