Give the gift that really does keep on giving all year long.
A gift membership to the Fine Arts Museums is a great way to share all that the museums have to offer. Your gift recipient will enjoy unlimited free admission, museum store discounts, a subscription to Fine Arts magazine, invitations to member events and viewing hours, and so much more.
Gift memberships are available at all levels.
Purchase a gift membership online or call Member Services at 415.750.3636.
Access Days feature extra blue parking spaces, extra seating inside and outside the exhibition, portable large-print editions of exhibition labels, docent-led tours, audio tours (free for visitors who with low-vision or that are blind), and printed versions of the audio tour script. Wheelchairs, folding stools, ASL interpretation (request two weeks in advance), and materials in alternative formats are available upon request.
Laura Dowling is chief floral designer at the White House, a position she assumed in October 2009. In this position, she manages decor and flowers for a broad range of events, including state dinners, parties, and receptions, as well as creating flowers for the White House state rooms, the East Wing and West Wing offices, and the private residence. She works in the “new garden” style, a romantic style of flower arranging with free-flowing lines of vines and flowers emanating from a classical bouquet.
Bay Area cultural institutions are teaming up to host Member for a Day on Saturday, March 8, 2014.
Members from participating institutions enjoy reciprocal general admission and a 10 percent discount in the Museum Stores at the de Young and the Legion of Honor.
FAMSF members can enjoy reciprocal admission and special activities at each museum.
Participating institutions include:
One membership. Two museums. Countless benefits.
Experience the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco as only a member can.
Along with unlimited free admission to special exhibitions and the permanent collections of the de Young and the Legion of Honor, FAMSF members also receive invitations to private viewing hours, priority ticketing, and an array of additional benefits.
But most importantly, FAMSF members take pride in knowing their generous support enables the Fine Arts Museums to continue our role as a leader in Bay Area cultural life.
On February 7 at noon PST join a diverse group of participants hosted by the Legion of Honor and the Google Art Project for an Art Talk about the true stories of the Monuments Men. Participants include:
Gabriel Goldberg is a San Francisco–based composer and musician who has been said to have the voice of an angel. The exotic qualities of his instrumentation stem from his studies of the relationships among music, resonant spaces, and spiritual experience, and he creates immersive aural experiences in site-specific concerts.
The LoveBomb Go-Go Marching Band of Portland, Oregon, are “intergalactic freaks” on a mission to mend, with music, the divisions of civilization, seeking universal equality and striving to reestablish purposefulness for each and every life.
Kal Spelletich founded Seemen, his interactive machine art performance collective, in 1988. Since then, he has performed, exhibited, and lectured worldwide, collaborating with Survival Research Labs and a wide spectrum of countless others, from punk rock bands to scientists, politicians to NASA. He curates exhibits and is involved in politics.