9:30 am – 5:15 pm
Though diminutive in scale, this sculpture is a grand representation of woman's ubiquitous power.
By Mutombo Nkulu-N'Sengha, PhD, and Christina Hellmich
Astrosagas, local video producer and astrologist, talks about her parent’s journey, love of San Francisco, and Frida Kahlo’s influence on art and politics.
Linda Gamino, Associate Director of Ensambles Ballet Folklórico de San Francisco, opens up about her story of a tragic accident that affected her life, and the impact of Frida Kahlo in helping her overcome her disability.
Discover and make printing tools, and consider the intersection of color and mark making.
By Hannah Freeman, Senior Teaching Artist
In this project you will use found materials to put on a yard show with a social message for your community.
By Jill McLennan, senior teaching artist
The Scream (1966), a diptych by Mike Henderson is now part of the permanent collection of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.
By Timothy Anglin Burgard
Fernando Escaritz, a local sculptor, has created large size installations inspired by his lived experiences and his love for the Mexican culture.
By Hillary C. Olcott
Twin Walls Murals Company (Elaine Chu and Marina Perez-Wong) talk about their 20+ year friendship and the influence of Frida Kahlo in their journey as women in the arts.
By Karin Breuer
Hiram Powers’s (American, 1805 – 1873) full-length nude Greek Slave was the most famous sculpture of the 19th century.
Maria Martinez and Julian Martinez refined a painting and burnishing technique.