February 8, 2022 Fine Arts Museums Board of Trustees

Tuesday, February 8, 2022

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    Agenda

    1. Calling of the Meeting to Order – Diane B. Wilsey, Chair Emerita

      Action

       

    2. Calling of the Roll – Jason Moment, President

      Action

      • Janet Barnes
      • Juliet de Baubigny
      • Carol Bonnie
      • Jack Calhoun
      • David Chung
      • Katherine Harbin Clammer
      • David Fraze
      • Frankie Gillette
      • Wheeler Griffith
      • Cynthia Gunn
      • Lauren Hall
      • Lucy Hamilton
      • Gretchen Kimball
      • Yasunobu Kyogoku
      • Kathryn Lasater
      • Bryan Meehan
      • Jason Moment, President
      • Carl Pascarella
      • Heather Preston
      • Lisa Sardegna
      • Richard Scheller
      • David Spencer
      • Jeana Toney
      • David Wadhwani
      • Lisa Zanze
      • Diane B. Wilsey, Chair Emerita
    3. AB 361 Legislation Impact Discussion and Possible Action – Jason Moment, President

      Discussion and Possible Action

      Discussion and possible motion to adopt a resolution setting forth findings required under Assembly Bill 361 that would allow the Fine Arts Museums Board of Trustees to hold meetings remotely according to the modified Brown Act teleconferencing set forth in AB 361. (See Appendix A – Draft Resolution)

    4. Approve Minutes – Diane B. Wilsey, Chair Emerita

      Consideration and Possible Action to Approve the Minutes of the December 7, 2021 and January 18, 2022 Meetings of the Board of Trustees (See Appendix B – Draft Minutes)

    5. Report of the President – Jason Moment, President

      Discussion

      Trustee Filings (Sunshine Ordinance, SEI-California Form 700, Certificate of Ethics Training) due April 1, 2022 – Ana Flores, Deputy City Attorney, Office of the City Attorney

    6. Report of the Acquisitions Committee – William R. Hearst, III, Fine Arts Museums Foundation Acquisitions Committee Chair

      Consideration and Possible Action to Approve the Draft Report of the February 2022 Acquisitions Committee (See Attachment C – Acquisitions Committee Report)

      1. Consideration and Possible Action to Accept the Report of 2021 Year-End Gifts of Art (See Appendix D – Year-End Gifts of Art)

      2. Purchases

      RESOLVED, That the Board of Trustees of the Fine Arts Museums Foundation does hereby approve the draft February 2022 report of the Acquisitions Committee of the Fine Arts Museums Foundation, including approving the works of art acquired through purchase as gifts to the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco from the Fine Arts Museums Foundation.

    7. Report on Museum Programs – Thomas P. Campbell, Director and CEO

      Discussion

      Curatorial Presentation – Alice Neel: People Come First, Lauren Palmor, Assistant Curator, American Art

    8. Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco Budget Hearing – Jason Seifer, CFO

      Discussion

    9. Report of the CFO – Jason Seifer, CFO

      Discussion and Action

      A. Consideration and Possible Action to Adopt a Resolution Acknowledging Funding Expend by the Corporation of the Fine Arts Museums During the Period October 1, 2021 – December 31, 2021

      WHEREAS, The Corporation of the Fine Arts Museums is a 501(c)(3) not-forprofit corporation that exist to support the activities of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco; now, therefore, be it

      RESOLVED, That the Board of Trustees of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco does hereby acknowledge with gratitude funding in the amount of expended by $11,798,945 the Corporation of the Fine Arts Museums for operations during the period October 1, 2021 through December 31, 2021.

    10. Report of the Director and CEO – Thomas P. Campbell, Director and CEO

      Discussion

      A. Exhibitions and Public Programs
      B. Professional Development Opportunities
      C. De Young and Legion Repair Projects
      D. John F. Kennedy Drive

    11. General Public Comment – Jason Moment, President

      Discussion

      Members of the public may address the Board of Trustees on items within the subject matter jurisdiction of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco and not otherwise on this agenda.

    12. Adjournment – Diane B. Wilsey, Chair Emerita

      Action

    Date & Time

    Tuesday, February 8, 2022
    4:30 pm

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    In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), American Sign Language interpreters and/or note-takers will be available upon request. The following will also be made available upon request: (1) a sound enhancement system; (2) a meeting agenda or minutes available in alternative formats; and/or (3) a reader during the meeting. In compliance with the Language Access Ordinance, oral interpretation or translation services will be made available upon request in the language the member of the public requests. This also includes translation of meeting notices, agendas, and minutes (only after the body adopts them), upon written request. To arrange for any these services, please contact Megan Bourne at mbourne@famsf.org at least 48 hours prior to a public meeting. A late request will be honored if possible.

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    Acknowledgement of the Ramaytush Ohlone Community

    The Board of Trustees of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco respectfully acknowledge the Ramaytush Ohlone the original inhabitants of what is now the San Francisco Peninsula, and we further acknowledge that the greater Bay Area is the ancestral territory of the Miwok, Yokuts, and Patwin, as well as other Ohlone peoples. Indigenous communities have lived in and moved through this land over hundreds of generations and Indigenous peoples from many nations make their home in this region today. Please join us in recognizing and honoring their ancestors, descendants, elders, and all other members of their communities.

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    Public documents referred to in the agenda are available online at sfgov.org/finearts. Public documents referred to in the agenda may also be inspected at the Administrative Offices of the Fine Arts Museums located at the de Young, Golden Gate Park, 50 Hagiwara Tea Garden Drive, San Francisco, CA, 94118-4501. Please contact Megan Bourne at (415) 750-3669 or mbourne@famsf.org to make arrangements. If any materials related to an item on this agenda have been distributed to the Board of Trustees after the distribution of the agenda packet, those materials are available for public inspection at the de Young Museum, 50 Hagiwara Tea Garden Drive, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, during normal office hours.

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