(Ekevara Kitpowsong/Special to S.F. Examiner)

(Ekevara Kitpowsong/Special to S.F. Examiner)

SFMOMA offers visitors free admission Thursday night in honor of Ghost Ship victims

SFMOMA will be opening its doors wide to the community Thursday evening, offering all visitors entrance free of charge.

The art museum announced the decision on Wednesday. “For anyone in need of a space to reflect, mourn, and heal, SFMOMA will offer free admission to all visitors tomorrow, Dec. 8, from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m,” the statement read. “We hope our galleries can give you a moment of peace in remembrance of the lives lost in the tragic fire at Ghost Ship in Oakland.”

The museum also shared a list of places taking donations and holding events for the victims.

Current exhibitions at the museum include Bruce Conner: It’s All TrueJapanese Photography from Post-War to Now and New Work: Sohei NishinoGhost Shipmuseumoakland firephotographySFMOMA

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