Bay Area cultural institutions are teaming up to host Member for a Day on Saturday, January 24, 2015. Present your membership card for two free admissions per membership at each location; some restrictions apply. Check with each location for open hours and a listing of exhibitions on view. Members can enjoy reciprocal admission at these participating institutions:
Tune in November 8 from 10:30 am–12:30 pm and 1:45–3:30 pm to view the live stream of the Keith Haring Symposium, below.
Introduction by Colin B. Bailey, director, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco
Dieter Buchhart, exhibition curator
11:30 am–12:15 pm
Jane Dickson, artist, teacher, and friend of Keith Haring
Enjoy the festivities of Friday Nights at the de Young with a pre-reserved spot on a docent led tour of Keith Haring: The Political Line. Package includes the tour, an exhibition ticket, and a complimentary beverage (choice of beer, wine, or non-alcoholic selection). Tours begin promptly at 7 pm. Coupons and other discounts do not apply.
The Bay Area welcomes spring each year with this popular weeklong exhibition featuring unique art and floral mash-ups where floral designers create arrangements that pay tribute to and draw inspiration from the works in the de Young’s permanent collections. Throughout the week, visitors can participate in floral demonstrations by prominent designers, hands-on art activities for children, catered luncheons, and a raffle.
Diane B. Wilsey
Exhibit and Floral Fashions Partner
Honorary Gala Chair
Lorna Meyer Calas
Bouquets to Art is presented by the San Francisco Auxiliary of the Fine Arts Museums. Additional support is provided by Sun Valley Floral Farms, Dodge and Cox, Burberry, Belvedere-Tiburon Auxiliary of the Fine Arts Museums, East Bay Auxiliary of the Fine Arts Museums, Hillsborough Auxiliary of the Fine Arts Museums and the Ross Auxiliary of the Fine Arts Museums.
Sean Scully, Wall of Light Horizon, 2005. Oil on canvas. FAMSF, museum purchase, gift of Nan Tucker McEvoy, 2007.2a-b. Floral design by The Tompkison Group. Photograph © Greg A. Lato / latoga photography
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Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775–1851) was one of the greatest British artists of the nineteenth century. His paintings are revered for their spectacular effects of light and color, and have influenced generations of artists. His late work, created between 1835 and 1850, articulated a radical vision that was heedless of public reaction, and explored such themes as the rise and fall of civilizations, the natural and industrial worlds, and religious and cultural mythology.
This exhibition is organized by Tate Britain in association with the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco and the J. Paul Getty Museum.
Cynthia Fry Gunn and John A. Gunn
The Estate of Merrill and Hedy Thruston
Estate of Harold Dana Crosby, Jr.
The Diana Dollar Knowles Fund
Lucinda Watson and Theodore Bell
Tully and Elise Friedman
Ms. Lisa Sardegna and Mr. David A. Carrillo
Edward D. Baker III
Gretchen and John Berggruen
Carol and Shelby Bonnie
Mr. David Fraze and Mr. Gary Loeb
Berenice R. Spalding Charitable Trust
Gerald Stanley Levinson and Robert Charles Armstrong
The exhibition is supported by an indemnity from the Federal Council on the Arts and the Humanities.
Joseph Mallord William Turner, Snow Storm—Steam-Boat off a Harbour's Mouth, exhibited 1842. Oil on canvas. Tate London. Image © Tate, London 2014
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