9:30 am – 5:15 pm
Create a portrait inspired by Andrea McCoy Harvey’s Afro Goddess, included in The de Young Open exhibition.
By Andrea McCoy Harvey, artist and art teacher
The subject of power is all around us.
By devorah major
Listen to the Legion of Honor’s winter 2020 organ music, and take a closer look at the concert’s featured artworks.
Evolving the Fine Arts Museums into an anti-racist institution is our top objective.
By Thomas P. Campbell
This portrait illustrates how elite families telegraphed status and power through their children.
By Lauren Palmor
Rio Yañez presents The Great Tortilla Conspiracy, a tortilla printmaking collective, that began their work at the de Young Museum in 2007 and have been silkscreening Frida’s image on tortillas ever since.
Both John Singleton Copley and his patrons wanted to present themselves in a certain way through portraiture.
Create a mixed-media collage that shows a habitat and the animal that lives there.
By Jennie Smith, senior teaching artist
Jean Franco, a local Frida Kahlo look-alike actor, has traveled the world bringing a bit of the beloved artist to every place.
Local actor and comedian Marilet Martinez shares stories of growing up as a Chicana in the Mission District.
With Halloween upon us, what better time to look closely and think about how a costume can tell a story?
By Raphael Noz, senior teaching artist
Though diminutive in scale, this sculpture is a grand representation of woman's ubiquitous power.
By Mutombo Nkulu-N'Sengha, PhD, and Christina Hellmich