Roberta,

You may be between exhibits at the DeYoung but the observation deck is well 
worth a viewing if you’re in the park.  You’ll also see Ruth Asawa’s wire 
sculptures on the way to the elevator.  That part’s all free, I believe.  You 
may want to double check that.  The new SFMOMA building is nice if your tastes 
run toward the modern.  There’s a nice Calder space with a living wall right 
outside and a Rauschenberg exhibit now.  Listen to the podcast about the 
building.  It’s interesting.
If you’re here on a friday, they used to give tours of Edith Heath’s still 
operational ceramics factory in Sausalito.  You have to schedule ahead of time. 
 That was a really interesting tour.

Have a great trip.
John

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