9:30 am – 5:15 pm
Jean Franco, a local Frida Kahlo look-alike actor, has traveled the world bringing a bit of the beloved artist to every place.
Local actor and comedian Marilet Martinez shares stories of growing up as a Chicana in the Mission District.
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.
Rio Yañez (host of the series) tells the story of how his father, Rene Yañez, fought to open Frida Kahlo’s first gallery show on the West Coast, here in San Francisco.
This past month, the de Young quietly turned 125 years old.
By Thomas P. Campbell
Tips and tricks for the best Bouquets to Art experience.
A project that highlights the innovative and influential contributions of Latinos.
Bay Area artists on their most memorable rejections and the paths that unfolded after their early setbacks.
Meet APEXER, a street artist and San Francisco native whose murals have colored the city.