COVID-19 guidelines. Museums are closed on Mondays. Note: access to the de Young may be impacted on 2/5 due to the Kaiser Permanente half marathon.
Open Tuesday – Sunday
9:30 am – 5:15 pm
If you love to paint, then learn to love cleaning up.
By Raphael Noz, senior teaching artist
Meet Dana King, classical figurative sculptor and creator of many public monuments of Black bodies in bronze. King opens up her studio space and shares how sculptures can provide culturally impactful memories and moments of connection.
Does art history have any relevance in a nation torn apart by war?
By Karin Breuer
Hear from Fredrika Newton and Xavier Buck of the Dr. Huey P. Newton Foundation as they speak about the importance and responsibility of preserving the legacy of the Black Panther Party and its founder.
What do education programs look like without original works of art in a physical space?
By Maria Egoavil and PJ Policarpio
A reliquary casket tells the story of a bloody murder that shook the medieval world.
By Martin Chapman
Through this activity, students create an identity book that looks at their past, present, and future selves.
By Jill McLennan, senior teaching artist
This rag merchant’s bag offers a window into Japanese history that can teach us valuable lessons about sustainability today.
By Ana Matsubara with Jill D’Alessandro
Earth Day reminds us that the natural world is a powerful source of wonder and delight.
By Furio Rinaldi
Local Voices Season 3, Episode 1, examines the issue of power and representation through art in our public spaces.
How to start and keep the practice of being anti-racist going for yourself and your family at home as well as in a museum setting.
By Jenjii Hysten and Ariana Bayer