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
Hiram Powers’s (American, 1805 – 1873) full-length nude Greek Slave was the most famous sculpture of the 19th century.
By Timothy Anglin Burgard
Maria Martinez and Julian Martinez refined a painting and burnishing technique.
By Hillary C. Olcott
By Janna Keegan
By Christina Hellmich
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.
See the multiple ways you can mix color and create symmetry.
By Jennie Smith
What does it take to become an anti-racist organization?
Create a simple collage landscape representing an ideal place, focusing on the horizon line.
By Hannah Freeman, Senior Teaching Artist
Did you know that you can make a view camera using simple materials you may have at home?
By Raphael Noz, Senior Teaching Artist
In 2019 the statue of Joan of Arc underwent a major conservation treatment.
By Jane Williams
Collect and examine materials from a favorite place in nature.
By Jill McLennan, Senior Teaching Artist
We are bringing Summer Art Camp to you. The de Young’s team of teaching artists has created a variety of art projects in long and short videos for this week’s Summer Art Camp: Shaping Stories.