Back for its tenth season at San Francisco’s DeYoung Museum, is the after-hours art “happenings” Friday Nights at the DeYoung.
For those who still have yet to check it out, it is where every Friday night during the duration of the season, the museum host a series of events which includes live music, dance and theater performances, flim screenings, panel discussions, and exhibition tours. There are also visits from local artists, who will conduct drop-in workshops, and even display their art in the Kimball Education Gallery.
The season kicks of this Friday March 28th with an opening night. Beginning at 5pm, the night is a celebration of the museum’s special exhibition currently on view; Modern Nature: Georgia O’Keeffe and Lake George. Among the usual events, the night will include a guest lecture from Dr. Cody Hartley, the director of Curatorial Affairs at the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum. He will be on hand in talking about the artist’s period of Lake George, and the works she produced, that would soon admired by critics and fans alike.
As the season progress, future events include the ninth annual preview of the fashion show Discarded to Divine, the 18th annual New Generation Student Showcase, and presentations of Bridges and Feathers and Fedoras. This upcoming season ends on May 2nd. Log on to deyoung.famsf.org for more information.