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Indispensable: Ben Venom
"Indispensable" is a monthly series that asks the de Young’s Artists in Residence to explain a tool that they find essential to their work.
If the Sex Pistols had a sewing machine, it might have looked like this. 

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A Ladder to Heaven

Every culture tells a different story about what it means to die. 

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Divergence: Emerging Legacies

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Visit ARTWEAR at the de Young on May 1st and 2nd to meet a thriving community of local artisans who create one-of-a-kind jewelry and textiles, from handmade felt hats to earrings made from discarded books. We met three of these makers and asked them a few questions about their work, the museum, and what they're excited about in the world of craft and design.

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Indispensible: Jon Bernson

"Indispensable" is a monthly series that asks the de Young’s Artists in Residence to explain a tool that’s essential to their work.

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The Scottish Visitors: Reverend Robert Walker

Sir Henry Raeburn 1756–1823, Skating on Duddingston Loch, about 1795. Oil on canvas, 30 x 25 in. Scottish National Gallery, Edinburgh. Purchased 1949 (NG 2112)

Tonya Harding, eat your heart out.

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