15 Hagiwara Tea Garden Dr
San Francisco, California 94118

Golden Gate Park, San Francisco
Saturday, October 15 - Sunday, October 16

Open around the clock (10 a.m. on October 15 until 5 p.m. October 16) ? Free General Admission

October 15: Entertainment and Dedication Ceremony, 10 a.m. Ribbon Cutting, Doors Open, Noon

October 16: Family Day Festivities

Throughout the Weekend
Permanent Collection Galleries
Art in America to the 20th Century, 20th-Century and Contemporary Art, Art of the Americas, Native American Art, Art of Africa, Art of Oceania, Textiles, Photography

Architecture and a Sense of Place
Site-specific works by Gerhard Richter, Ed Ruscha, Andy Goldsworthy, James Turrell, and Kiki Smith; Top of the Tower Observation Floor, Garden of Enchantment and return of the Pool of Enchantment, Sculpture Garden

Special Exhibitions
Hatshepsut: From Queen to Pharaoh ($5 special exhibition fee still applies)

Connections: Re-Classifying History: Catherine Wagner, Jasper Johns: 45 Years of Master Prints,
Elder Arts 2005

?World Stage,? Auditorium and Gallery Happenings
Margaret Jenkins Dance Theater; ?the Young de Young? hands-on art activities; children?s treasure hunt; performing arts workshops for children; spoken word by Poets Laureate devorah major, Janice Mirikitani, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Al Young; Stanford University Marching Band; Fua dia Congo; San Francisco Symphony; SF Jazz Festival All Star High School Ensemble; John Santos Quartet; Bossa Nova with Claudia Villela and Ricardo Peixoto; John Handy with CLASS; Saturday afternoon tea dancing; IXIM TINAMIT Mayan Marimba Band; 2005 Carnaval Grand Champion Brazilian Samba Contingent; American Conservatory Theater, performing from a work by Phillip Kan Gotanda; Golden Gate Park Band; San Francisco Opera; a new work by Alonzo King?s LINES Ballet in collaboration with artist Raymond Saunders; DJ Cheb I Sabbah; Dance party hosted by Om Records DJs including: JT Donaldson, Colossus (live), DJ Fluid, J Boogie?s Dubtronic Science (live); midnight docent tours; cocktails; late night dancing

Added by claudinerlco on September 20, 2005



Website for the museum, BTW: http://thinker.com/deyoung/index.asp

Oh, and Catherine Wagner rocks


totally round the clock? Does anyone want to go with me at 3am on Sunday morning?


Looking forward to this! A couple of my young students from Soaring Steps will be performing a traditional Colombian Cumbia dance! I look forward to seeing you all there... all Flikr members are invited to submit pictures of young dancers in this public group!


I'm looking to hook up with photographers and taking some night shots. I'm thinking of starting around 9:00PM and going for 3 hours or so. Meeting location to be determined and will posted by Friday.

shanan, I don't think I will be there as *late* as 3:00AM - can you come earlier? :-)


Update on meeting location for night photography:
9:00 PM at the sundial outside the main entrance to the museum.
(See SFGate image of sundial for visual.)
I will wait around till 9:15 or so in case anyone wants to join me.



There is an OM Records party at 11:30 pm: