Yerba Buena Center for the Arts presents a solo exhibition by Chinese conceptual artist Song Dong, including the large-scale installation WASTE NOT, comprised of over 10,000 items collected by the artist's mother over the course of more than five decades.
Through installation, video and photography, Song Dong explores issues of family, individuality and the legacy of ancestors.
Want to win family passes, good for 4 people, to the exhibition (on now through June 12)? Just share your favorite KQED program on your Facebook wall or tweet about it to your followers (use the hashtag #giveaway) and then do ONE of the following to make sure you get entered in the giveaway:
1. Send a screen shot of either option to firstname.lastname@example.org.
2. If you tweet about a program, you can tag us with @KQED and then email us with your Twitter handle so we know who you are.
3. You can also tag us on Facebook with @KQED. Make sure your privacy settings allow your post to appear on our wall and then email us and let us know you've officially entered.
From all of the entries, we will randomly select three winners for 1 family pass each to this great solo show.
The deadline to enter this contest is Wednesday, April 13 at 12pm. Winners will be notified later that day.
Value of tickets is $7 per person.