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Print of the Day: 'Bonne Bay,' from the Newfoundland Series, FrankStella, 1970.Understand the context of the SummerofLoveSF before you visit with our free in-depth online guide:"I want to make exalted art. A successful image has pictorial lift. I am looking for whatever is up there." -Roscoe Mitchell brings a 34-piece orchestra to the museum next Friday night and you're invited.Hung Liu's 'Shrimp Junk II' has a unique connection to the Bay Area. This piece represents some of the Chinese fishing villages that existed in the city around that time. Chinese fishermen would use redwood to build flat-bottom junks to troll the waters for shrimp.DidYouKnow This 19th century headdress is made from the inner bark of a paper mulberry tree.Join ChulitaVinylClub in our Observation Tower next Saturday, as part of our TeotihuacanNow community events.Tune in to @KQEDForum today at 10am to hear from RevelationsArt curator, Tim Burgard."Color is my daylong obsession, joy, and torment." —Claude Monet Enter the colorful world of LateMonet, on view through May 27th.@markthemammoth Wouldn't want to run into this Kongo statue if it came alive at night! -HCOSan Francisco, give a warm welcome to @brettamory7, January's artist-in-residence. https://t.co/5YT0UbICzQ"Isn't life a series of images that change as they repeat themselves?" —Andy Warhol Happy birthday to the leader of the Pop Art movement, born onthisday in Pittsburgh in 1928.Feeling camera shy? We offer photo-free viewing hours for BouquetstoArt on Friday, 9:30 am–noon.onview in Gallery 31: This Māori cloak in the 'korowai' style is decrorated with multicolored woolen elements and twisted black-dyed flax tags called 'hukahuka.'A week ago the Bay Area lost 36 members of the arts community. Visit @KQEDarts for resources and ways to help. https://t.co/FIf7ZYm5RQNext up on the AskACurator lineup is Colleen Terry, associate curator of the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts. Tweet us what you'd like to know about curators!Shop with us for MuseumStoreSunday and enjoy special discounts, a free gift with purchase, and a trunk show by jewelry designer Denise Peacock.Don't miss 'Building Culture,' featuring our director Max Hollein in conversation with GuggenheimFoundation director emeritus Tom Krens and former Massachusetts governor William Weld. Join us for this free program on December 17th.Stop by Weds-Sun this week to take part in the art with @Tunstall & @ferrisplock, our March artists-in-residence!Hometown hero @apexer takes a break to chat with members of our teen programs about his work.When you can pose from any angle 💖Happy September! A reminder that we're closed on Mondays, includingMake your loved ones part of the FAMSFmember family next year—members get 20% off gift memberships through December 31st.onview In her more recent portraits, Judy Dater has enjoyed the challenge of distilling her portraits to their fundamentals, finding that the process encourages her to rely more heavily on her instincts and technical skills. 'Russ Ellis, Berkeley, California' | 2003Opening next month: 'Revelations: Art from the African American South' https://t.co/xYwZDNG69G Mose Tolliver | 1967We're marking the start of Taurus season ♉ with Roy Lichtenstein's famed bull series, a riff from Pablo Picasso's bull series.In 'Aeroplane,' ElsieDriggs used diagonal lines across the canvas to create movement, and implied the whir of the propeller using a blurred gray line. Learn more about the techniques used by artists in CultoftheMachine through our Digital Stories:Closing soon: 'The Summer of Love Experience' https://t.co/3gs9qQvR3m 'All the Symbols of the Haight' | Ruth-Marion Baruch | 1967Closing tomorrow: Enter a whole new bubble before it pops, w. @Tunstall & @ferrisplock. https://t.co/U95XwRR5DpBorn OnThisDay in 1755, American portraitist Gilbert Charles Stuart. https://t.co/3xhyDGTZ8o 'Reverend William Ellery Channing' | ca. 1815In 1976, Stella became the second artist (after Alexander Calder) to design an Art Car forCalling all artists Calder's 'My Shop' (1955) is the artist's view of his Connecticut studio, and now we want to see yours! Share a photo of your studio and tag it with deYoungStudio for the chance to be featured on digital screens outside of our Calder-Picasso exhibition.Art after School is a four-week program for kids ages 6–13, offering in-depth exploration of the museum's collection combined with art making and hands-on instruction. Sign up today to hold your spot at Art after School:CultoftheMachine opens this weekend. Join us for an opening-day lecture by Emma Acker, curator of the exhibition.Happy 80th birthday to EdRuscha, an artist who sets the *standard* for California cool. Explore the works of Ed Ruscha anytime atOn view: 'The Bright Side' by Winslow Homer, who was born OnThisDay in 1836.Join Chief Curator Julian Cox at this weekend's first PHOTOFAIRS SF event. https://t.co/cID973EAgB Epic Western No. 5 | Jim Krantz | 2010We hope you've wrapped up warm today, San Francisco. It's c-c-c-cold outside! ❄️'Hung Liu: Golden Gate (金門)' has arrived in Wilsey Court! Hung Liu foregrounds displaced and wandering people frequently left out of traditional historical narratives and resurfaces stories lost to time. We hope you can visit soon.Happy birthday John Singer Sargent Sargent's elegant portraits created an enduring image of society of the Edwardian age. Wealthy and privileged people on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean came to his studio to be immortalized.Lecture alert: Join us at 1pm tomorrow for a lecture on MaoriPortaits by exhibition curator Christina Hellmich.We are grateful to our essential staff who continue to go into the museums each day to keep our building and artwork safe. Thank you also to our Textile Arts Council who volunteered their time and materials to making masks for our essential staff.What will you discover? If you miss visiting our museum, we have your back. Check out our MuseumfromHome page to find inspiring articles, playful activities, and more!Artist Lonnie Holley chats on camera ahead of this afternoon's free RevelationsArt panel discussion at 1:30pm.Tag a teen who is active about today's social issues and bring them to our upcoming TeensTakeAction event next month, hosted by the museum's Teen Advisory Board.Put some in your hair...The countdown to SummerofLoveSF starts now!SF's @oystermusicfest returns to GoldenGatePark this Saturday. Don't forget to plan your route accordingly.In 2006 this quilt by Jessie T. Pettway was featured on a set of US postage stamps commemorating the Gee's Bend quilters' significant contributions to American art.What goes up must come down – while the museum is closed, we’re busy deinstalling ‘Number 197’ by Leonardo Drew.Hands up if you're counting down the days until 2017... https://t.co/vbGz1iGMba Edward Penfield | 1897Did you know the artist Mike Henderson is also a musician? Listen to live blues by the artist, then see his iconic paintings featured in SoulofaNation. This program is FREE and welcome to all!What's fun, creative and free? Our family art making sessions!Tomorrow students ages 13–17 can enjoy free admission to TeotihuacanNow as part of our Teo Teen Day. Learn more here:

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