Note: access to the de Young may be impacted on 9/29–10/1 due to Hardly Strictly Bluegrass.
9:30 am – 5:15 pm
Genthe documented haunting scenes during the 1906 earthquake.
How Danny Lyon put his images to work for social causes, including the civil rights movement, in the early 1960s.
We asked three activists to choose a photograph and offer a personal perspective.
What does resistance look like, as seen through a camera lens?
This short film examines the impact of Ansel Adams’s photography in the Bay Area and beyond.
Can photography save the environment?
By C. Zane Heard
Compare Ansel Adams’s images with contemporary photographs of the same sights.
By Magnolia Molcan
Watch oral histories about life in Manzanar and being photographed by Ansel Adams.
By Rose Masters, park ranger, oral history, Manzanar National Historic Site
The photographer shares how the exhibition developed, why it’s important to let people tell their own stories, and more.
By Magnolia Molcan, senior web managing editor, in conversation with photographer Kirti Bassendine