Celebrate the opening of Suzanne Lacy: We Are Here with an evening filled with art, DJs, dancing, and special performances from Youth Speaks, YR Media, and Caleb Duarte with students from N.E.S.T., the Fremont High School Newcomer Educational Support and Transition Program.
Suzanne Lacy is a pioneer of socially engaged art and public practice, promoting dialogue and collaborations with communities — artists, activists, organizations, schools — throughout her prolific career.
Co-organized by Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (YBCA) and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Suzanne Lacy: We Are Here is the first full retrospective of the Los Angeles–based artist. The YBCA presentation offers a new, experimental approach to authorship and participation, inspired by Lacy’s own commitment to collaborative creation.
Regular admission: $12 in advance, $15 at the door
FREE for YBCA Members at all levels*.
YBCA Members enjoy free admission to Opening Night Parties*.
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*Number of tickets per visit based on membership level.
Photo Credit: Suzanne Lacy, Annice Jacoby, and Chris Johnson, The Roof Is on Fire (1993–94), from The Oakland Projects (1991–2001); performance, June 4, 1994, City Center West Garage, Oakland; © Suzanne Lacy; photo: Nathan Bennett, courtesy of Suzanne Lacy
The YBCA presentation is made possible in part by Amanda Weil and the Changing the Ratio Circle of Advisors: Abundance Foundation, Berit Ashla, Diana Cohn, EMIKA Fund, Jennifer C. Haas Fund, La Mar Cebichería Peruana, Rekha Patel, Catalina Ruiz-Healy and Jonathan Kevles, Vicki Shipkowitz, and Meg Spriggs, with thanks to the Facebook Artist in Residence Program.
Major support for the presentation at SFMOMA is provided by The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts. SFMOMA’s presentation is supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts.
YBCA Exhibitions are made possible in part by The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Panta Rhea Foundation, Mellon / American Council of Learned Societies Public Fellows Program, and Kevin King and Meridee Moore.
YBCA Programs are made possible in part by Bloomberg Philanthropies and The James Irvine Foundation, with additional funding by National Endowment for the Arts, Grosvenor, and Members of Yerba Buena Center for the Arts.
Yerba Buena Center for the Arts is grateful to the City of San Francisco for its ongoing support.