Friday Nights at the de Young: Revisiting South of Market: A Multigenerational Conversation about Change in the Bay Area
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Janet Delaney, Merchantile Building, Mission at Third Street, 1980. Archival pigment print. Image courtesy of the artist © 2015 Janet Delaney
Friday Nights at the de Young, in partnership with the Arts Research Center at UC Berkeley, presents three unique programs that celebrate and respond to Janet Delaney: South of Market, currently on view at the de Young. The events occur on June 5, 12, and July 17.
June 12, 2015: Part 2 - Keeping San Francisco Alive: A Frank Conversation
This evening offers an historical and contemporary perspective on the role of the arts in urban planning and public policy in San Francisco. Discussions will explore exemplary case studies, pivotal policy decisions, creative compromises, and new alternatives that affect the changing cultural landscape of the city.
Friday Nights at the de Young programs are free of charge. Tickets are required to visit the permanent collection and special exhibition galleries.
Contact InformationMitzi Mathews
Support for Friday Nights at the de Young is provided by Hanson Bridgett, the Koret Foundation, and the Estate of Delores M. Schweizer. The media sponsor is the San Francisco Chronicle.