Art Collectors Open Their Homes to the Public


Did you ever suspect your neighbor might house a world-class art collection? They just might, and now is your chance to peek inside.

On Wednesday, March 20, ten of the city’s top collectors will open their homes for the 13th annual Private Collections. For one hour that evening, each prominent art collector will open his or her home and, if you’re lucky, give a personal tour of his or her amassed works which may include paintings, sculpture, and more.

Manuel Neri, Maha-Bronze Maquette IV

This year’s collectors include Nion McEvoy (Honorary Chair), Lisa Chadwick (owner of Dolby Chadwick Gallery), Lorna Meyer, and Art News Top 200 collector Chara Schreyer.

Private Collections benefits Enterprise for High School Students, an award-winning non-profit organization that offers career and college counseling to youth throughout San Francisco. 

A limited number of tickets are available for guests to enjoy an exclusive look. Afterward, mingle at the post-party at Ken Fulk Design. Tickets and information are available at hereWednesday, March 20, 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. Post-party 6:30 – 8:30 p.m, 310 7th St.

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