Events Articles

 The Fifth Annual Fair-Trade Bazaar at the de Young, a showcase for global artisans, will set up shop on Friday, July 24th and Saturday the 25th. We asked a few vendors to tell us more about the value of fair trade, what...
A variety of jewels, housewares, and unique gifts that will be featured in the Holiday Artisan Fair.
We all have those people in our lives who are difficult to shop for, whether they’re super stylish, seem to have everything, or are just plain picky. Luckily, the Holiday Artisan Fair at the de Young offers a unique variety...
A group photo of Lenora Lee and her many collaborators on the streets of NYC
De Young Artist Fellow Lenora Lee’s talents are unquestionable, but perhaps the key to her success is the incredible community that she’s built around herself. Her upcoming performance includes a long list...
Elhadji Koumama is nearly seven feet tall and draped in traditional Tuareg robes
At nearly seven feet tall, draped in his traditional Tuareg robe of indigo, Elhadji Koumama stands as a monument to generations of Koumama craftsmen and their history.Saharan nomads until the 1970s when they settled in Niger...
Close looking
It’s hard to believe that almost 20 years have passed since the de Young hosted the first student showcase. This week’s Friday Nights at the de Young features the 17th annual New Generations Student Showcase! This year’s...
Jacques Negeur and Lesley Bone
Conservators Jacques Neguer and Ghaleb Abu Diab of the Israel Antiquities Authority are visiting from Israel to oversee the conservation and installation of the Lod Mosaic at the Legion of Honor. The mosaic was discovered...
Debra Evans and Superman
The sheriffs of the conservation team were back on patrol this year for the annual invasion of the flowers at the de Young, Bouquets to Art.Sheriff Debbie Evans examining her favorite bouquet. Critters were found in...