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Susan Freda invites visitors to explore the intricate and graceful workings of line. She works by drawing with wire to create two- and three-dimensional environments that refer to the animal, vegetable, and mineral worlds...
ForestSuzanne Husky will build and install a forest of textile trees made from fabric. Visitors will be invited to mimic nature's ever cycling of material by creating trees themselves or drawing trees from the surrounding...
Joe's Quilt ShopJoin quiltmaker Joe Cunningham and experiment with your own ideas about how to make a quilt. Learn the hand-quilting stitch. Quilt on a frame. Paste it all together, take a picture, and print it out right...
Young at ArtThe Young at Art festival, a collaboration between FAMSF and the San Francisco Unified School District, celebrates the creativity of local youth in the visual and performing arts. For more information, contact...
TransformationsBe prepared to see different things and see things differently, as you encounter the figurative art that Jeanine Briggs creates from reused and repurposed materials: life-size human figures, oversized chess...
Join fine arts photographer Ken Holden to learn what a "photo anagram" is and how to interpret an environment with an impressionistic eye.  Learn how to create a photo anagram by using replicated photographs to form a...
The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco participates in two reciprocal membership programs: the Western Reciprocal Program and the North American Reciprocal Program. By presenting your Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco...
On April 15, 2010, the Museums are gifted William and Dirk van Erp's Tea Service, Kettle, Stand and Burner.William van Erp (maker), American, 1910–1977 Dirk van Erp (designer), American, 1860–1933 Kettle, Stand...
On April 15, 2010, the Museums acquired Richard Mayhew's Rhapsody.Richard Mayhew (American, b. 1924) Rhapsody, 2002 Oil on canvas Museum purchase, Volunteer Council Art Acquisition Fund 2010.2
Enjoy complimentary wine and light hor d'ouevres along with a lecture by Lynn Federle Orr, Ph.D., Curator in Charge of European Art at the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. If you would like to be included in the event,...

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