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
How Elizabeth I ruled as a woman and became an icon.
By Isabella Holland
Get a breakdown of the dynasty and the drama.
By Thomas Wu
Celebrating Black lives within a system of violence.
By Dr. Akilah Cadet
How memorials can be reimagined to address ongoing racial injustice.
By Sarah Mackay
How to start and keep the practice of being anti-racist going for yourself and your family at home as well as in a museum setting.
By Jenjii Hysten and Ariana Bayer
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
The subject of power is all around us.
By devorah major
This portrait illustrates how elite families telegraphed status and power through their children.
By Lauren Palmor
Both John Singleton Copley and his patrons wanted to present themselves in a certain way through portraiture.
Though diminutive in scale, this sculpture is a grand representation of woman's ubiquitous power.
By Mutombo Nkulu-N'Sengha, PhD, and Christina Hellmich
Eleventh-graders from Oakland School for the Arts created their own paintings inspired by Cult of the Machine.
How two women sought to reveal the allure of steel mills through highly personal images.