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Corporate Council On the Go

Members of SFMOMA's Corporate Council have access to amazing art experiences and exclusive perks throughout the Bay Area. Members receive free admission to exhibitions at partner institutions including Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Asian Art Museum, and Oakland Museum of California; invitations to exclusive events throughout the Bay Area; discounts at the SFMOMA MuseumStore; and much more. Don't miss our current exhibition Public Intimacy: Art and Other Ordinary Acts in South Africa, on view at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts through June 29, 2014.

Join the Corporate Council and support SFMOMA as we reach out to new audiences, develop innovative programs, and lay the groundwork for the future SFMOMA opening in early 2016.

To learn more about Corporate Council Membership, please contact Richard Havens at 415.357.4136 or rhavens@sfmoma.org.

Wells Fargo Supports Education Programs

Wells Fargo Supports Education Programs

For more than 30 years, Wells Fargo has generously supported SFMOMA and its mission to make the art of our time a vital and meaningful part of public life. This legacy of support has helped SFMOMA connect hundreds of thousands of people from throughout the Bay Area and beyond to the museum's acclaimed exhibitions and quality education programs for schools, youth, and families. As SFMOMA undergoes a major transformation and is closed for construction, Wells Fargo has renewed its support with a lead corporate sponsorship that helps SFMOMA continue to serve the community through innovative and collaborative off-site programming. SFMOMA is proud to partner with Wells Fargo, whose ongoing commitment to the arts strengthens communities throughout the country.

Pictured here: Mario Diaz and Mark Ng of Wells Fargo with (left to right) Susan Stauter, artistic director, Visual and Performing Arts Department, San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD); Antigone Trimis de Cartagena, arts education master plan manager, Visual and Performing Arts Department, SFUSD; Julie Charles, Deborah and Kenneth Novack Associate Curator of Education, SFMOMA; and Calcagno Cullen, education associate, school and teacher programs, SFMOMA.

Target Helps SFMOMA Reach Out to Bay Area Families

Families make crafts inspired by Mark di Suvero at Crissy Field
Families take part in art-making activities inspired by Mark di Suvero at Crissy Field

From kite flying and poetry writing at Crissy Field with artist Mark di Suvero to s'mores and sing-alongs under the Bay Bridge with SECA artist David Wilson, Target is helping SFMOMA engage new audiences and bring free educational programs to families.

Every year, more than 5,000 children and their families participate in SFMOMA's creative and engaging programming. While the museum's building is undergoing a major expansion, SFMOMA is out in the community, bringing art experiences to families in diverse neighborhoods throughout the Bay Area.

SFMOMA is grateful to Target and all corporate citizens in the community who provide the critical support for families to learn, play, and explore art together.

Learn more about SFMOMA Families here.