9:30 am – 5:15 pm
Create a bigger-than-life fruit sculpture
By Jennie Smith, senior teaching artist
The three American art curators describe why they find these acquisitions personally meaningful.
By Timothy Anglin Burgard, Emma Acker, and Lauren Palmor
The Fine Arts Museums have acquired the “Catination” Storage Jar (April 12, 1836).
By Timothy Anglin Burgard
We at the Fine Arts Museums are engaged in the ongoing work of personal reflection and dialogue.
By Melissa Buron, Lauren Palmor, Thomas Wu, and Isabella Holland
Learn how to make a viewfinder that brings visibility to neighborhoods that are restorative rather than depleting.
By Hannah Waiters, artist
February is known as Black History Month, an observance that originated in the U.S.
By Nashormeh Lindo
An interview with Jen Bloomer, of Radici Studios, facilitator for the Museums’ family workshop series, Doing the Work Together: Becoming an Anti-Racist Family.
By Ariana Bayer
Meet Daniel Miramontes, filmmaker and multimedia visual creator, and one of the 762 artists featured in the exhibition, The de Young Open.
By Maria Egoavil
Learn to print at home with artist Manuel “Fases” Ruelas, whose work was included in The de Young Open.
By Manuel “Fases” Ruelas, artist
Explore the materials in your surroundings through the sounds they make.
By Raphael Noz, senior teaching artist
While most art exhibitions take years to come together, The de Young Open was engineered in a matter of months.
By Lindsay Ganter and Shaquille Heath
Today, we will take a deep look at ourselves and create an abstract self-portrait made up of many pieces.
By Jill McLennan, senior teaching artist