Home | Blog | Category | Blog categories | Public programs

Public programs

Artist Fellows Showcase featuring Campo Santo, Nefasha Ayer, and Short Films by Kevin Epps

On July 8, visitors who attended Friday Nights at the de Young had the chance to experience the Artist Fellows Showcase, which featured contributions from the first class of Artist Fellows: Campo Santo, Kevin Epps and Todd T. Brown.

Will Work for Art: Clara Hatcher

"Will Work for Art" takes you behind the scenes to meet the people who make the Fine Arts Museums work. This week we feature a member of the frontline. Clara Hatcher works as the de Young receptionist and supports the visitor services and marketing departments. Originally from Ithaca, New York, Clara has been with the Museums for three years.

Joe Cunningham at Discarded to Divine 2011

Visitors to the Artist Studio (Kimball Education Gallery) may remember the charming textiles artist Joe Cunningham and “Joe’s Quilt Shop.” Joe has long been a favorite of the Bay Area quilting world, and in March 2010, he took up residency in the Artist Studio, taught visitors how to quilt, regaled us with clever ballads, reversed the stereotype that men don’t quilt, and impressed us with his works, including Bend in the River, which was acquired by the de Young.  Now, he returns to the Museum as part of the ann

dYinterpretations: A Journey through the de Young with Filmmaker-in-Residence Lise Swenson

The de Young Museum previews its new iPhone application dYinterpretations: A Journey through the de Young with Filmmaker-in-Residence Lise Swenson on Friday, February 11, during the museum’s weekly event Cultural Encounters: Friday Nights at the de Young. Museum lovers will be given the opportunity to download the new app for free in the iTunes App Store between the hours of 9 am and 9 pm prior to its official release on March 1 for $2.99.

Introduction of September Artists-in-Residence by Gregory Stock, Education Intern

Generally the de Young’s artist studio is the home of one artist and their process. Museum patrons can engage in a specific artist’s technique and area of expertise. For the month of September, four artists of the Kearny Street Workshop (www.kearnystreet.org <http://www.kearnystreet.org> ) transform the Kimball Education Gallery. Throughout the month, one to four artists will be involving the public in their different processes.

"Silhouettes and Conversations with Alexandra Blum, August Artist-in-Residence" by Naomi Huth, Education Intern

On August 19th, I sat down with current Artist-in-Residence, Alexandra Blum, to learn more about her artistic background and the connection between teaching and creating art. Ms. Blum strives to humanize the private expereince by bringing in different techniques that transform museum going into a shared technique.

(Naomi Huth currently works as an intern for the Public Programs Department at the de Young.)

ME'DI.ATE's Soundwave Festival Finishes Up at the de Young Tonight, August 13

Friday Nights: Cultural Encounters at the de Young is excited to be the host of the closing of ME’DI.ATE’s Soundwave Festival, featuring The Drift. We will celebrate all that is at the intersection of space and sound this Friday. And what better place to experience experimental sound than in the angular public lobby of the de Young Museum under the shadow of Gerhard Richter’s Strontium?

Filed under:


Subscribe to Public programs