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SF MOMA Free Admission – Culture for Community
February 20 @ 10:00 am - 9:00 pmFBRR
SFMOMA is opening the museum free of charge all day on Thursday, February 20, and participating in the Culture for Community initiative — a coalition of more than a dozen Yerba Buena neighborhood arts and cultural institutions offering a community day of free admission. Enjoy exhibitions, activities, and events at participating organizations uniting on this day and celebrating Black History Month. Free But Reservation Encouraged
Don’t miss out! Admission is free, but an RSVP is highly encouraged. When you reserve, you’ll also be entered to win a one-year SFMOMA membership. Limit two adult tickets per reservation. Children 18 and younger always get into SFMOMA free.
Celebrate Black History Month, relax in the airy galleries or take in the largest Living Wall in the U.S.
Culture for Community Schedule
11 a.m.—7 p.m. | Hourly Spotlight Tours
11 a.m. | Dawoud Bey, Floor 3
12 noon | Black Portraiture, Floor 5
1 p.m. | Local Heroes: SECA Art Award, Floor 2
2 p.m. | Museum Intercommunity Exchange, Floor 5
3 p.m. | Julie Mehretu, Floor 1
4 p.m. | Dawoud Bey, Floor 3
5 p.m. | Black Portraiture, Floor 5
6 p.m. | Local Heroes: SECA Art Award, Floor 2
7 p.m. | Museum Intercommunity Exchange, Floor 5
Koret Educational Center, Floor 2
11 a.m. | Storytime
Join us as we read together about Black History Month! Fun for the entire family, from infants to grandparents. Brought to you by the San Francisco Public Library.
Phyllis Wattis Theater, Floor 1
10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
7 p.m. | Screening of Nicole Miller’s To the Stars