Explore SFMOMA in an Unprecedented Way with KQED Field Trips!

Roberts Family Gallery featuring Richard Serra’s 'Sequence,' 2006 at SFMOMA.

Roberts Family Gallery featuring Richard Serra’s 'Sequence,' 2006 at SFMOMA. (Photo: © Henrik Kam; Courtesy of SFMOMA)

Explore the newly expanded San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) with KQED Arts Visual Arts Editor, Sarah Hotchkiss and Stairwell’s (a project founded by Sarah and San Francisco-based artist Carey Lin, focused on leading thought-provoking, art-steeped, urban walking tours).

Stairwell's Field Trip participants pose a la New Kids on the Block at an event in Kezar Stadium, 2015.
Stairwell’s Field Trip participants pose a la New Kids on the Block at an event in Kezar Stadium, 2015. (Photo by Lisa Rybovich Crallé / Heavy Breathing)

Enjoy a participatory walking tour of all things stair-related at SFMOMA. What vantage points does the museum’s new configuration offer, both of the outside world and works in the internationally-renowned collection?

Join Sarah and Carey to play unconventional games, get behind-the-scenes knowledge, enjoy a drink and — above all — gain a new perspective of the museum.

Group size is limited to 16. Get your tickets now!

KQED Arts Field Trip at SFMOMA

Thursday, Sept. 29, 5:45-8:00pm
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
151 3rd St.
San Francisco, CA 94103
$30 (includes entrance to the museum, on-site activities and a post-walk beverage at Cafe 5)

Schedule of Activities

5:45pm: Meet in the Botta Atrium at SFMOMA (inside the 3rd St. entrance)
6:00pm: KQED Arts and Stairwell’s Tour
7:30pm: Refreshments in Cafe 5
8:00-9:00pm: Explore the museum on your own!

 The tour is part of KQED’s new Field Trips program. KQED Field Trips are a series of intimate, interactive, curated events led by KQED experts — our reporters, editors, producers and hosts. Our aim is to encourage our audiences to explore the Bay Area in unusual, fun and surprising ways.

Explore SFMOMA in an Unprecedented Way with KQED Field Trips! 10 September,2016Siouxsie Oki

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Siouxsie Oki

Siouxsie is an activist and artist, dedicated to building community by celebrating the diverse voices and perspectives of the Bay Area. She directs KQED’s community engagement efforts, developing dynamic partnerships throughout our coverage area utilizing local and national content to foster two-way engagement and collaboration between different industries, organizations and audience segments.

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