Legacy Society Lecture + Champagne Toast

Egyptian jewels

Photograph by Sandro Vannini. Image courtesy of World Heritage Exhibitions

Legacy Society members are invited to high tea and a champagne toast in the de Young Café with welcome remarks by Selena Shadle, director of legacy giving, and Thomas P. Campbell, director and CEO. Remarks will be followed with a lecture by Reneé Dreyfus, George and Judy Marcus Distinguished Curator in Charge of Ancient Art, on Ramses the Great and the Gold of the Pharaohs. After the lecture guests will be able to view the exhibition privately.

Ticket info

This event is open to Legacy Society members and special guests. Advance reservations are required and will be accepted on a first-come first-served basis. Legacy Society members and special guests can RSVP by Monday, November 21, at specialevents@famsf.org or 415.750.7648.

To request accessibility accommodations, please reach out to specialevents@famsf.org by Wednesday, November 23.

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Contact info

Special Events
specialevents@famsf.org

415.750.7648

Sponsors

Education and outreach programs for Ramses the Great and the Gold of the Pharaohs are made possible by the following:

Presenting Sponsors

John A. and Cynthia Fry Gunn
Diane B. Wilsey

Lead Sponsor
Barbara A. Wolfe

Major Support
The Bernard Osher Foundation
The Diana Dollar Knowles Foundation 

Significant Support
Dagmar Dolby

Generous Support
The Charles D. and Frances K. Field Fund
Lynn and Edward Poole

Additional support is provided by Leslee and Roger Budge, Cathy and Howard Moreland, Elizabeth D. Moyer, Ph.D. and Michael C. Powanda, Ph.D, Jan and Bob Newman, Christina Ongerth, Bernard and Jane von Bothmer, in honor of the late Bernard V. Bothmer, and Sheila Wishek.

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