Feathers & Fedoras: 1920s Music, Dancing & Costumes | Friday Nights at the de Young
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de Young Museum | 50 Hagiwara Tea Garden Drive, San Francisco, CA
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Friday Nights at the de Young | Fall 2018
One of San Francisco’s most celebrated after-hours museum events returns for a fall season of 2018.
These nine Friday Nights feature free admission to the main-level galleries highlighted by a reinterpretation of contemporary art in their permanent collection and new acquisitions called Specters of Disruption. In addition, Friday Nights will offer reduced-price tickets of $14 to the exhibition Contemporary Muslim Fashions from 6–8:30 pm.
Through social-media moments and in-person dialogue, visitors can engage and commune with the art and with one another in a warm and welcoming setting. Enjoy specialty drinks and mocktails, coffees, teas, and snacks. Bring your friends. Strike a pose at the selfie wall. Listen to music. Make art. Activities take place from 6–8:30 pm.
Friday, April 25, 2014
Feathers & Fedoras | Friday Nights at the de Young | Fall 2018
SF Bay Guardian presents Feathers & Fedoras: A Night of Fashion, Music, and Dancing.
6:30 – 8:30 pm: Trio Zincalo featuring Adam Theis & Magik*Magik Orchestra (String Trio) – Wilsey Court
- The Decobelles, dancers/models will bring to life the era of the 1920s-40s with performances in the “Busby Berkeley Style” of tap dance, swing dance, and charleston.
- 1920s photobooth furnished with 1920s attire by Costumes On Haight
- Jessica Lanyadoo – Astrologer, Psychic Medium, Intuitive Counselor
- Tim Roseborough, Artist in Residence, Closing Reception for April 2014.
7 pm: Guest Lecture: “More Than Meets the Eye: Language in the Visual Arts,” by Leslie Ross – Koret Auditorium
Dr. Leslie Ross, professor and chair of Art History at Dominican University of California, will explore the relationship between written texts and visual images in the history of art from ancient to modern times through a wide-ranging and thought-provoking series of selected examples from diverse cultures and geographic areas. Her focus will be on the use of words as art and in art, from the obvious to the elusive, the puzzling to the profound.
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