Friday Nights at the de Young celebrates FASHION with Discarded to Divine, live flamenco performance by La Tania and a multimedia lecture on film and fashion
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Friday Nights at the de Young offers a variety of interdisciplinary arts programs, including live music, poetry, films, dance, tours, talks and more.
La Tania Baile Flamenco in “Noche de Tablao”
Internationally acclaimed flamenco dancer and Guggenheim Fellow La Tania created “Noche de Tablao” to give audiences a look into the traditional aspect of flamenco dance and music from Spain in its purest form. Tablaos are unique venues in Spain that showcase this passionate dance and music. One by one dancers take the stage to express to their fullest this fiery, sensual, and subtle art form accompanied by live music. This performance will take you to the heart of Spanish culture.
All-ages hands-on art making!
From Rejects to Remarkable Rejuvenations: Create your own accessory or creation from re-used material.
Piazzoni Murals Room
Preview the handmade creations for this year's Discarded to Divine Event.
Kimball Education Gallery
Join April Artist-in-Residence Carmen Lomas Garza in a community art project.
Programs are free with no tickets or reservations. Tickets are required to visit the galleries (free to members) and special exhibitions.
Olmec Community Friday Nights:
Mar 25–May 6, 2011
Every Friday from 5 to 8:45pm view Olmec: Colossal Masterworks from Ancient Mexico free.
Permanent collection and other special exhibitions not included.
Special exhibition fees required for Balenciaga and Spain. Member tickets for Olmec and Balenciaga are always free and can be picked up at the museum on the day of visit; advance tickets are not available.
Order tickets online