Good day, San Francisco: July 3

Off the wall: “New Work: Felix Schramm,” on view at SFMoMA, features site-­specific installations by the German artist, who creates the illusion of architecture gone awry. [10 a.m. to 5:45 p.m., 151 Third St.]

Who’s in town

Singer, songwriter and guitarist Joan Armatrading brings her “Into the Blues” tour to San Francisco. [8 p.m., Great American Music Hall, 859 O’Farrell St.]

City activities

Deaf theater: Theatre of the Silence, a Hong Kong company founded by hearing-impaired stage artists, performs a mime show, “A Journey Into the World of Visual Wonders.” [8:30 p.m., Hyatt Regency, 5 Embarcadero Center]

Rocky seas: “Adventures at Sea” tour looks at the hardships and rewards experienced by sailors on the treacherous Cape Horn passage. [2:15 p.m., Balclutha ship, Hyde Street Pier, Hyde and Jefferson streets]

At the public library

‘Ortega Sings America’: Led by the Mansfields, this sing-along salutes traditional American folk music. [4 p.m., Ortega Branch, 3223 Ortega St.]

‘Stamp Art Extravaganza’: Children of all ages can make a mystery-themed art project. [11 a.m., Ingleside Branch, 1649 Ocean Ave.; RSVP: (415) 355-2898]

Lectures

Evandro Cardoso Santos: The professor of transportation and urban planning in Curitiba, Brazil, talks about how Curitiba’s planning and transit systems sustain a high quality of life. [12:30 p.m., SPUR, 312 Sutter St.]

Museum lecture: Docent Julia Geist gives a talk titled “New Look to Nan: 20th-Century Fashion and Nan Kempner.” [1 p.m., de Young Museum, Golden Gate Park]

At the colleges

‘Ask the Pharmacist’: Zoe Ngo, Pharm.D., discusses drug therapies, interactions, side effects, herbal medications and online resources. [1 p.m., UCSF, Cancer Resource Center, 1600 Divisadero St., first floor]

Student exhibit: Students explore the world of the video game “The Sims” in the exhibit “The Sims: In the Hands of Artists.” [9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Academy of Art University, 79 New Montgomery St.]

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