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Jake Laub Journal calendar July 18–19 Copper River Wild! Salmon Festival, music, arts, food and more; Cordova, AK; 907-424- 3334 or copperriverwild.org Participants in yoga workshops at Wanderlust Whistler seek centeredness amid a spectacular setting. Whistler, B.C. Yoga in the Mountains The beautiful backdrop of Whistler and Blackcomb mountains creates a serene setting for Wanderlust Whistler (July 31–August 4), a celebration of all things yoga. While the festival focuses on workshops, it incorporates a range of activities, including the Wanderlust Spectacular, an acrobatic cirque-style yoga performance. Also featured are farm-to-table dinners; concerts; and lectures on health, mindfulness and other topics. Yoga-oriented events range from explora- tions of breathing and alignment to more-advanced balance testing and even stand-up-paddleboard yoga. Attendees can also enjoy biking, hiking and rock climbing among Whistler’s alpine peaks. To learn more, visit wanderlustfestival. com. —Tyler Hughes San Francisco, CA Collection of Robert and Jane Meyerhoff, © Estate of Roy Lichtenstein Alaska Airlines Magazine AAM 07.14 Journal.indd 27 july 2014 July 25–27 BAM Artsfair!, more than 300 artists, acclaimed and emerging; Bellevue Arts Museum and Bellevue Square; Bellevue, WA; 425-519-0770 or bellevuearts. org/fair July 25–27 Capitol Hill Block Party, six city blocks, 100-plus local and national musical artists; Capitol Hill, Seattle, WA; capitolhillblock- party.com July 26–August 3 Vans U.S. Open of Surf ing, surf, skate and BMX competitions, plus other events; Huntington Beach, CA; vansusopenofsurfing.com August 8–10 San Jose Jazz Summer Fest, jazz and related musical genres; Plaza de César Chávez Park, San Jose, CA; 408- 288-7557 or sanjosejazz.org/ summer-fest Postwar American Art The exhibition “Modernism from the National Gallery of Art: The Robert & Jane Meyerhoff Collection” show- cases 46 paintings and sculptures from the post–World War II era, a period in which American artists became particularly prominent. For the first time, this noteworthy collection is being shown outside of Roy Lichtenstein, the Washington, D.C., area, at San Painting with Statue Francisco’s de Young Museum of Liberty (1983), oil (through October 12). The exhibi- and acrylic resin paint tion’s centerpiece series, Barnett (Magna) on canvas. Newman’s 15-painting The Stations of the Cross: Lema Sabachthani, is displayed in its own viewing room—one of the only times the series has been shown with every one of its paintings together. Donated to the National Gallery by philanthropists Robert and Jane Meyerhoff, the collection represents the couple’s legacy of giving back to the nation. To learn more, call 415-750-3600 or visit deyoungmuseum.org. —Jordan Ilarde July 18–26 Minneapolis Aquatennial, the 75th-annual offi- cial civic celebration of the City of Minneapolis; Minneapolis, MN; aquatennial.com August 8–24 New York International Fringe Festival 2014, 200 performance companies, 16 days, 20 venues; New York, NY; 212-279-4488 or fringenyc.org Also in San Francisco … • American Craft Council San Francisco Show, August 8–10; 225 of the top contemporary artisans from across the country; Fort Mason Center; craftcouncil. org/sf • San Francisco Street Food Festival, August 16; festival attendees celebrate with more than 80 food entrepreneurs; sfstreetfoodfest.com August 15–16 Pacwest Ghost Tree Invitational, golf on August 15; “Dinner on the Range,” August 16; Pronghorn, an Auberge Resort, Bend, OR; 541-241-6390 or ghosttreeinvitational.com August 15–17 Made in Hawaii Festival, a showcase of Hawai‘i products; Neal S. Blaisdell Exhibition Hall and Arena, Honolulu, HI; 808-533-1292 or madeinhawaiifestival.com 27 6/18/14 7:14 AM