SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art is offering free admission Thursday in honor of Black History Month.
The free admission is part of the museum's Culture for Community initiative.
The museum is also featuring an exhibit showing the work of photographer Dawoud Bey.
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Bey uses the camera to depict communities and histories that have largely been underrepresented or unseen.
His work highlights his commitment over four decades to portray African-American history -- but in a direct and poetic way.
The exhibit runs through May 25 and the free admission is available until 9 p.m. Thursday.
Those wishing to visit the museum Thursday are encouraged to reserve a ticket.
For more information, visit their website here.
SFMOMA offering free admission Thursday in honor of Black History Month
BLACK HISTORY MONTH