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Holiday Love from ArtPoint

Wishing you the best this holiday season! Thank you for another memorable year filled with art, friends, and revelry. We are grateful for your support of the Museums, and hope to see you often in the months to come. The year ahead brings an exciting lineup of exhibitions, interruptions, and special projects. We will keep you

A Deeper Understanding

Learning is a lifelong endeavor, and we’re here to support you! One of the greatest resources at the Museums is our Docent Council. This group of highly trained volunteers leads daily tours of the permanent collections and special exhibitions at the de Young Museum and the Legion of Honor Museum, helping to demystify the intricate,

Introducing the 2016–2017 ArtPoint Board of Directors

At their annual Board retreat, the group got to take the ultimate behind-the-scenes tour. They climbed inside the walls of the Legion of Honor and walked around above the gallery spaces to see the world-famous Skinner Organ, which is constructed inside the building facade. The ArtPoint Board of Directors is made up of enthusiastic volunteers who are nominated

ArtPoint Goes Underground

The unofficial kick-off for ArtPoint’s upcoming event season was marked by clinking glasses and high spirits. On Tuesday, September 30, more than 200 members and friends attended our annual happy hour soirée and membership drive at Hawthorn, San Francisco’s new subterranean lounge. Centrally located on Market Street in San Francisco’s Financial District, Hawthorn provided the

Summer in San Francisco

Philanthropy is alive and well among young professionals in San Francisco! Summer of the Arts is an annual event dedicated to raising awareness about some of the Bay Area’s most active support groups composed of young professionals. The Fine Arts Museums’ ArtPoint partnered with BRAVO! CLUB (San Francisco Opera), ENCORE! (San Francisco Ballet), and Symphonix (San

Museums with Pride

The Fine Arts Museums joined a contingent of local museums to celebrate the 44th annual Pride Festival in San Francisco this past weekend. Two exciting and timely contemporary art exhibitions are on view at the de Young this summer and fall: Anthony Friedkin: The Gay Essay and Keith Haring: The Political Line. During the culturally tumultuous

Sterling Cooper comes to San Francisco

Skinny ties and 1960s frocks were the order of the night as ArtPoint celebrated The Meyerhoff Collection with a “Mad Men”-themed party at the de Young on June 7, 2014.  The Summer Cocktail Soirée was a lively evening of exhibition viewing, mid-century modern cocktails and appetizers by Melons Catering, performances by the Roger Glenn Jazz

More on Street Art and Design…

On February 25, 2014, ArtPoint members and guests attended a panel discussion on street art and design, two mainstays of the Bay Area’s unique visual culture, at Ian Ross Gallery in San Francisco’s SOMA district, which graciously co-hosted both the discussion and a reception. Speakers included Ian Ross, a celebrated muralist who is making huge

Membership specials and cocktails, a winning combination!

We would like to thank our members, friends, and the crew at Audio Discotech for hanging out with us last week. Thursday, October 10 marked ArtPoint’s fourth annual Happy Hour and Membership Drive! It is always such a pleasure to get together with our members over cocktails. This event has become the unofficial kick-off for