Note: the Legion of Honor is opening at 10:30 am on 6/11, due to the Escape from Alcatraz Triathlon.
9:30 am – 5:15 pm
What role should museums play?
By Thomas P. Campbell
The de Young and Legion of Honor exist to serve our communities.
What does it take to become an anti-racist organization?
Evolving the Fine Arts Museums into an anti-racist institution is our top objective.
We are sharing the results of our annual staff demographics reporting.
By Lindsay Ganter and Francisco Rosas, with Christine Moss and Megan Chin
We at the Fine Arts Museums are engaged in the ongoing work of personal reflection and dialogue.
By Melissa Buron, Lauren Palmor, Thomas Wu, and Isabella Holland
We write today in solidarity with Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders and join those condemning the appalling acts of racism, violence, and discrimination committed against these communities across the nation.
By Thomas P. Campbell and Meghan McCauley
What do education programs look like without original works of art in a physical space?
By Maria Egoavil and PJ Policarpio
We reviewed our exhibition history to inform the development of a truly diverse exhibition program.
By Krista Brugnara and Caroline McCune
Learn about artworks in FAMSF’s collections by self-taught Black artists born in the South, and the Museums’ effort to curate with a conscience.
By Timothy Anglin Burgard
The Museum Stores recognizes and embraces the clear institutional call to evolve into an anti-racist institution.
By Tim Niedert and Stuart Hata
In FAMSF's development department, the institutional goal of becoming an anti-racist institution is surfacing new ideas.
By Alison Bowman and Matt Sussman