Friday Nights at the de Young
Friday Nights at the de Young Season 12
April 15–November 25, 2016
Can you spare two minutes? Have you attended any of our Friday Night at the de Young events? If so, please help us by taking a very brief online survey about the series.
As our thanks, please accept two free general admission tickets that you can use at either the de Young or the Legion of Honor. Once you complete the online survey, we will mail your tickets to you.
About Friday Nights
Friday Nights at the de Young programs are after-hours art "happenings" that include a mix of live music, dance and theater performances, film screenings, panel discussions, lectures, artist demonstrations, hands-on art activities, and exhibition tours. Local artists conduct drop-in workshops, debut new commissions, display their art in the Kimball Education Gallery, and take part in conversations about the creative process. The café offers a special Friday Night menu and specialty cocktails, and the observation tower is open until 8 pm. Artist Fellows, Artists-in-Residence, curators, scholars, and arts educators all play an active role in making Friday Nights an engaging museum experience for all.
Programming and general admission to the permanent collection galleries are free of charge during Friday Nights at the de Young.
The following pricing still applies to visit the special exhibition Ed Ruscha and the Great American West:
Adults, Seniors 65+, Students with ID $10 | Youth 6–17 $5
Friday Night Tour Package
Enjoy the festivities of Friday Nights with a pre-reserved spot on a docent-led tour of Ed Ruscha and the Great American West. Package includes the tour, an exhibition ticket, and a complimentary beverage (choice of beer, wine, or non-alcoholic selection). Tours begin promptly at 7 pm and typically last 45–60 minutes.
Members $17 | Non-members $25
Space is limited. Book your Friday Night Tour Package.
Support for Friday Nights at the de Young is provided by Hanson Bridgett and Wells Fargo Foundation. During Friday Nights, free general admission to the permanent collection galleries is made possible through a grant from the William K. Bowes, Jr. Foundation. The media sponsor is the San Francisco Chronicle.