|The Declarer (Floyd McWilliams' Blog)|
Saturday, November 22, 2003
Last weekend my wife and I were considering a trip to San Francisco to visit a museum. I had visited SF-MOMA, the museum of modern art, several years ago. Here are their current exhibitions:
Well. Call me a philistine, but I decided that SFMOMA was not for me. I Googled a bit and found out about a very cool exhibit in the Asian Art Museum:
This was great stuff, even if it lacked images of tubercolic whores. Sherry and I had planned to go today. We would drive up to Golden Gate Park and try to park near the museum. (It's very hard to park in Golden Gate Park on Saturdays.) But I painted my deck all day yesterday, and was tremendously sore and tired this morning. So we postponed our trip until the Thanksgiving weekend.
I went back online to make sure that the museum was open on Sundays. What I found was confusing; the Asian Art museum claimed to be located in downtown San Francisco, near the Civic Center! I googled some more and found that yes, the museum had moved last March. Then what of "the Asian Art Museum in Golden Gate Park?" Well here is what I found when I went back to the exhibition web page and read more carefully: