Free community Hatha Yoga classes taught by Daniel Gorelick.
Daniel is … Read More
Thank you to all who came out and kicked off your weekend with a classical music treat on Friday, April 29, 2016. Fabulous as always.
Doors Open at 6:00 pm. Music Begins at 6:30 pm. Tickets at the door: $20 suggested donation, but no one turned away. Light Refreshments Served.
An all Beethoven program: Opus 18, #5, Opus 59 #3, and Opus 135.
Beethoven’s Opus 18 #6 and Ravel’s Quartet.
Hayden Quartet Opus 2 (the Quinten), the Borodin … Read More
What a long haul and transformation from a neglected, graffiti-tagged shell of a Conservatory to an award-winning jewel. We couldn’t have been more pleased when the Conservatory won Project of the Year Award 2009 for Historic Restorations (under $5 million). The award was granted to the SF Department of Public Works by the Northern California chapter of the American Public Works Association covering 11 counties. And that’s not all: the Conservatory and Friends group were subsequently awarded one of … Read More
So many couples have booked the Conservatory for their wedding, and found it to be “intimate,” “perfect, and ” full of “unique charm” and “loads of sunlight.”‘ “[A]n amazing spot” and “hidden treasure,” it “fit our 65 guests perfectly.” Rental Information.
Featured Post Photo: Becky Burgin, Art of Emotion Wedding Photography. … Read More
We’re thrilled with our Menagerie in the Conservatory garden. When the Friends asked for “inventive delights” and “wonder, whimsy, and the stubbornly quirky and daring,” Wowhaus understood us. It was a joy to work with Scott + Ene during the process. Visitors always comment on the “fabulous,” “wonderfully odd,” “weird and groovy” sculptures, and the “elegant” design choices.
Sunnyside Menagerie is a collection of 23 fantastical bronze creatures designed by the artist team of Wowhaus. Commissioned by the SFAC’s Public… Read More
Thanks too SF Shakespeare Festival touring troupe, Shakespeare On Tour, for a free public one-hour performance of Shakespeare’s, “Hamlet.”
Sunday, February 21, 2016 @ 2 pm. Doors Open, 1:30. Performance followed by brief Q&A and light refreshments.
Shakespeare’s tale of a prince whose royal family is disrupted by revenge. Set in the court of Denmark, this murder mystery features Shakespeare’s most famous soliloquy, ‘to be or not to be’ and other familiar text that will be readily recognized.
This … Read More