3. Nob Hill’s Grace Cathedral is always thinking outside the box. Projecting Grace, an outdoor art series supporting social justice (through December), will briefly light up the church’s exterior around nightfall the last weekend of each month. Themes are expected to revolve around inclusivity and voting, and exact dates and times will not be announced in an effort to minimize crowds.
4. This year’s Litquake festival has gone virtual. Join for the grand finale—a global, multi-city Lit Crawl on October 24, where you can get a taste of literary scenes from all over the world through Zoom and Facebook Live “events” going on all day long.
5. Now, this is pretty groundbreaking. After six months of being closed, SFMOMA has reopened and is offering free admission, plus free parking, through October 18. Get your timed ticket, and check out exhibits emphasizing local Bay Area artists, including beloved figurative painter David Park.