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Join us as we explore local museums, eateries, public art, and more. Come play, adventure, and create with us.

Night Out – Edvard Munch

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NIGHT OUT

SFMOMA

151 3rd Street

September 7, 2017.  5 p.m.

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Night Out – Dorothea Lange, photographer

NIGHT OUT

Oakland Museum of California

1000 Oak Street (at 10th Street)
August 11, 2017.  5 – 10 p.m.

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Dorothea Lange. Migrant Mother.

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A Night Out – San Francisco: Mission Murals

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by Maureen Fitzmahan

The Mission- Balmy Alley, San Francisco.

Our Art Junket mural expert, Kaitlin Strange, guided us through the history, process, and techniques used in creating the Mission’s famous artworks.  Katie, an intern for Precita Eyes, was one of the artists who painted some of the murals in San Francisco. Katie wrote her Master thesis on the murals of San Francisco.   She has an intimate understanding of San Francisco murals and how they are created.

The Artists

 

The Fun

 

 

Night Out – SFMOMA: Matisse/Diebenkorn Exhibit

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Kaitlin Fitzmahan Strange. Art Junket @SFMOMA. 2017

EXHIBITION:Matisse/Diebenkorn (March 11, 2017)

The Art Junket members attending were: Ana Perches, Kaitlin Fitzmahan Strange, Erin Mahollitz, Don Fitzmahan, mbfitzmahan, and Tao Graham.

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Night Out – Roman Vishniac: Jewish Contemporary Museum (SF)

Join the Art Junket for an art-filled evening on Thursday, May 19th.

5:30p – Roman Vishniac exhibit at the Jewish Contemporary Museum

7:00p – Dinner & Drinks at Tropisueno

At the crossroads of History and Photography, this exhibit is right up Maureen’s alley. Come and enjoy a unique experience of being guided through the works of Roman Vishniac, a social documentarian known for his record of Jewish life in Eastern Europe between the two World Wars.

In this tour, Maureen combines her story telling skills and her knowledge of aesthetics to bring this collection to life.  This exhibit ends soon! Don’t miss this once in a lifetime opportunity.

Can’t make it to the museum? Join us for food and drinks at Tropisueno

What to Bring:

  • $5 for the museum
  • $$ for the restaurant.
  • A journal? Pencil/pen?

Look forward to seeing you

Please RSVP to Erin

 

Night Out – Mua in Oakland, CA

photos ©Kaitlin C. Fitzmahan

The Mua.

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