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
Tattoos, the 1906 San Francisco earthquake, and giving broken ceramics a new life.
By Martin Chapman, curator in charge, European decorative arts and sculpture, in conversation with artist Bouke de Vries
How sketching can make you happier, more creative, and more connected.
By Jennie Smith, project manager for Vitality Arts, and Anu Vaalas, project manager for school and family programs
Della Robbia, an Italian family of highly skilled artists in Renaissance Florence, developed ingenious techniques that gave ceramic sculptures a prominent place in public spaces.
By Teresa Jiménez-Millas
Gothic cathedrals, guns, and the details that matter.
By Al Farrow, Jane Williams, and Céline Chrétien
A close look at the materials and methods of pastel.
By Furio Rinaldi, with Tamia Anaya, Victoria Binder, and Allison Brewer
Artist Susan Bloomenstein describes working on Judy Chicago's Birth Project (1980–1985).
By Susan Bloomenstein, Janna Keegan, and Laura Camerlengo
Learn about Judy Chicago's Birth Hood.
By Jena Hirschbein
Explore the key role women played in the development and evolution of pastel.
By Furio Rinaldi
Learn how Pomo women created and used baskets to gather and prepare native plant foods for themselves and their families.
By Sherrie Smith-Ferri
Understanding the political and social weight a textile can carry.
By Julieta Fuentes Roll
Artist Enrique Chagoya on his works and the history behind them.
By Enrique Chagoya
Learn about pastels on view in Color into Line: Pastels from the Renaissance to the Present.