Tue, May 28, 2013 -- 9:00 AM

The Future of SFMOMA

Download audio (MP3)

Raimundo Hamilton/Flickr
The SFMOMA in San Francisco
Raimundo Hamilton/Flickr
The SFMOMA in San Francisco

On June 3, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art will close its doors for nearly three years as part of a massive $610 million expansion project that will add a new wing, nearly doubling the museum's gallery space. We bid farewell to the SFMOMA in its current state with a special broadcast from the museum's Schwab Room. We'll talk about plans for the museum's future, and the off-site programing SFMOMA will present at other museums and around the Bay Area during the temporary closure.

Host: Michael Krasny


  • Janet Bishop, curator of painting and sculpture at SFMOMA
  • Kenneth Baker, art critic for the San Francisco Chronicle
  • Neal Benezra, director of SFMOMA

More info:

Become a KQED sponsor

Audio Archive

Episodes by Date

Calendar is loading...

Be a Part of Forum

Follow us on Twitter

Twitter bird in blue

Stay updated on show topics, relevant articles, and easily submit your questions.