Friday Nights at the de Young: Feathers and Fedoras

Georgia O'Keeffe Petunias

Georgia O’Keeffe, Petunias, 1925. Oil on board. Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, museum purchase, gift of the M. H. de Young Family, 1990.55. © Georgia O’Keeffe Museum/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

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SF Bay Guardian Presents Feathers & Fedoras: A Night of Fashion, Music, and Dancing

Ticket Information

Public Programs are free with no reservations required unless otherwise noted. For those wishing to visit the galleries and special exhibitions, regular museum admission and special exhibition fees apply.
Tickets may be purchased at the museum or online via the link below.

Sponsor

The Season Sponsor of Friday Nights at the de Young is Hanson Bridgett. Additional support is provided by the Winifred Johnson Clive Foundation and the San Francisco Auxiliary of the Fine Arts Museums. The media sponsor is the San Francisco Bay Guardian.

Contact Information
Gregory Stock
Georgia O'Keeffe Petunias
7:00 pm

Enjoy the festivities of Friday Nights at the de Young along with a pre-reserved spot on a docent led tour of Modern Nature: Georgia O’Keeffe & Lake George.

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. Discounts may not apply.

CYMN Installation, 2012
Kimball Education Gallery
6:00 pm

Contenda is an experimental contest based on “quiz bowl” events at schools and universities. Contestants are provided with a buzzer to answer the host's questions about artists, artworks, and artistic movements. Screen-based visual clues accompany each question. The public is invited to help the artist create questions about artworks in the collection of the de Young, while also engaging in fun and challenging pop-quizzes developed by the artist.

Wilsey Court
6:30 pm

Dance to the music of the 1920s with live performances by Trio Zincalo featuring Adam Theis and Magik*Magik String Trio.

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Koret Auditorium
7:00 pm

Dr. Leslie Ross, professor and chair of Art History at Dominican University of California, will explore the relationship between written texts and visual images in the history of art from ancient to modern times through a wide-ranging and thought-provoking series of selected examples from diverse cultures and geographic areas. Her focus will be on the use of words as art and in art, from the obvious to the elusive, the puzzling to the profound.