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Opening Day Celebration for "Teotihucan: City of Water, City of Fire"

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Old Fire God, 150–550. Stone, 25 9/16 × 24 13/16 × 26 in. (65 × 63 × 66 cm). Museo Nacional de Antropología / INAH, 10-81811

Old Fire God, 150–550. Stone, 25 9/16 × 24 13/16 × 26 in. (65 × 63 × 66 cm). Museo Nacional de Antropología / INAH, 10-81811

Celebrate the opening of Teotihuacan: City of Water, City of Fire with three days full of free art and performance for all ages on September 30, October 14, and November 11

Ensambles Ballet Folklorico de San Francisco Performance
12–12:20 and 1–1:20 pm

Creatividad estación with Linda Janklow
12–4 pm

Los Inicios de la ciudad de Teotiuhuacan, Guest Lecture by Julie Gazzola
1–2 pm

Guest Lecture by Sergio Gomez Chavez
2–3 pm

Gallery Talk by David Carballo
3:30–4 pm

Artist Reception: Be sure to stop by the Artist Studio, as well, to meet September Artist-in-Residence Kija Lucas and see her installation Objects to Remember You By: An Index of Sentiment. Bring an object of sentimental value to be photographed and added to her work.

Collect limited-edition buttons designed by Ana Teresa Fernandez and Jet Martinez. Enjoy a special menu in the de Young Café.

Ticket Information

Today's programs are offered free of charge. Gallery admission fees apply for entry into the exhibitions and the gallery talk. Pick up your complimentary ticket for the lectures beginning at noon at the Koret Auditorium entrance.


Contact Information

Andrea Martin
amartin@famsf.org
(415) 750-3531

Sponsor information

Education programming has been made possible in part by a major grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities: Exploring the human endeavor.

National Endowment for the Humanities

 

 

Major support provided by Douglas A. Tilden, with additional support from The Walter and Elise Haas Fund.

Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this exhibition do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities.