Reflections in Wood: Surfboards and Shapers See all the exhibitions This record supersedes Reflections in Wood: Surfboards and Shapers (2017~ to 2019-07-23)

This nonaviation exhibition was on display between July 2019 and 2020-~05 in the G-01 International North Wall gallery, located in International Terminal

Tweets about Reflections in Wood: Surfboards and Shapers The @SFOMuseum Twitter account has posted 23 tweets about Reflections in Wood: Surfboards and Shapers. Here are 3 of them, chosen at random.

Native Hawaiian surfing originated approximately one thousand years ago. He‘e nalu, which translates to “wave sliding,” is a culturally distinct form of surfing that grew into a popular pastime for men and women of all ages in Hawai‘i. 📸: @bishopmuseum #SurfboardsAndShapers

This tweet was posted on March 20, 2019.

Shapers are artisans who create surfboards from materials such as foam and wood. Larry Fuller has assembled a collection of boards that illustrate the progression of surfboard design through a common medium. #SurfboardsandShapers

This tweet was posted on January 25, 2019.

See "Reflections in Wood — #Surfboards and #Shapers" on display, pre-security, in the International Terminal. https://t.co/tLn0Lx4AFo #SurfboardsandShapers

This tweet was posted on January 25, 2019.
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