Legion Articles

Join us on Saturday afternoon for a special play; Empowered Women: #MeToo in Greek Tragedy by Carey Perloff.Men dominated the world of Greek tragedy as playwrights, actors, and spectators. But if ancient Greek drama...
The Legion of Honor’s Spreckels Organ is one of the few indoor/outdoor organs ever made. View extraordinary art as you listen to a free concert every Saturday at 4 pm, except when the museum is closed. Join us on Saturday...
Bringing together a distinguished group of international museum curators and scholars, join us at our 2-part symposium to celebrate the closing weekend of the exhibition James Tissot: Fashion and Faith.Please check...
Bringing together a distinguished group of international museum curators and scholars, join us at our 2-part symposium to celebrate the closing weekend of the exhibition James Tissot: Fashion and Faith. Please check...
French artist James Tissot defied both personal and professional conventions in a career that spanned the English Channel, earning commercial and critical success both in London and Paris. Though invited by Degas to exhibit...
French artist James Tissot defied both personal and professional conventions in a career that spanned the English Channel, earning commercial and critical success both in London and Paris. Though invited by Degas to exhibit...
The Legion of Honor’s Spreckels Organ is one of the few indoor/outdoor organs ever made. View extraordinary art as you listen to a free concert every Saturday at 4 pm, except when the museum is closed.Join us this Saturday...
Join us for a lecture by Dr. Donna Zuckerberg, classics scholar and Editor-in-Chief of Eidolon. After the lecture, stay for a book signing of Dr. Zuckerberg's Not All Dead White Men: Classics and Misogyny in the...
The Legion of Honor will close early at 4 pm today for the holidays. Last special exhibition entry at 2:30 pm. 
French artist James Tissot defied both personal and professional conventions in a career that spanned the English Channel, earning commercial and critical success both in London and Paris. Though invited by Degas to exhibit...

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