9:30 am – 5:15 pm
Artist Enrique Chagoya on his works and the history behind them.
By Enrique Chagoya
Rio Yañez (host of the series) tells the story of how his father, Rene Yañez, fought to open Frida Kahlo’s first gallery show on the West Coast, here in San Francisco.
Fernando Escaritz, a local sculptor, has created large size installations inspired by his lived experiences and his love for the Mexican culture.
The artist shares how she overcame doubts about an art career, what the Bay Area means to her, and why it’s important to stay true to who you are.
By Sarai Montes, digital media production intern, in conversation with artist Liz Hernández
Why representation matters in museum films.
By Patricia Buffa, director of digital strategy, and Khamisi Norwood, digital media producer
Tattoos, the 1906 San Francisco earthquake, and giving broken ceramics a new life.
By Martin Chapman, curator in charge, European decorative arts and sculpture, in conversation with artist Bouke de Vries
Hear about the drama behind the Tudor dynasty.
This short film examines the impact of Ansel Adams’s photography in the Bay Area and beyond.
Explore the life and work of artist Kehinde Wiley.
Join artist and writer Angela Hennessy for a calming meditation.
Listen to an audio tour featuring Kehinde Wiley and local activists.
Escuche un recorrido de audio con Kehinde Wiley y activistas locales.