If You're in San Fran Looking for Something to Do Tonight...

Photographer Scot Hampton from the Process Proof blog sent a heads up on the following:Eloquent Nude: The Love and Legacy of Edward Weston and Charis Wilson, a film directed by Ian McCluskey in 2006, screens this Thursday, May 31, (7pm) at the San Francisco MoMA. The film focuses on Charis, Weston's long-time muse wife. McCluskey will hold a QA after the screening. Tickets are only $7 ($5 for MoMa members) but they are going quick.

Photographer Scot Hampton from the Process & Proof blog sent a heads up on the following:

Eloquent Nude: The Love and Legacy of Edward Weston and Charis Wilson, a film directed by Ian McCluskey in 2006, screens this Thursday, May 31, (7pm) at the San Francisco MoMA. The film focuses on Charis, Weston's long-time muse & wife. McCluskey will hold a Q&A after the screening. Tickets are only $7 ($5 for MoMa members) but they are going quick. I was just over to pick up a couple tickets and they only had about 25 left (notice how I posted this after I bought my own tickets...).

Also of Note: Richard Avedon: Darkness and Light (American Masters, 1996), plays daily (except Wednesday) at 2:30pm through the 8th of June also at SF MoMA (at the Koret Visitor Education Center)

- Jay DeFoore