The Summer of Love Experience: Art, Fashion, and Rock & Roll will be an exhilarating exhibition of iconic rock posters, photographs, interactive music and light shows, costumes and textiles, ephemera, and avant-garde films.
From 1966-1971, Jeanne Rose was a couturier for various Rock and Roll bands, designing clothes for members of Big Brother & The Holding Company, Charles Lloyd Band (Keith Jarrett, Jack deJohnnette, Ron McClure, Charles Lloyd), Cold Blood Band (Larry Field, Danny Hull), Country Joe & the Fish (Barry Melton and others), Donovan, ElvinBishop, Everly Brothers, Flamin' Groovies, Fourth Way, Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane (Jorma Kaukonen, Jack Casidy, Grace Slick), Paul Butterfield Band,Quicksilver Messenger Service, Steve Miller Band (Tim Davis), Young Rascals and many others includi
Curators Jill D'Alessandro (curator of Textile Arts, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco) and Colleen Terry (assistant curator for the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco) in conversation with Joel Selvin and Dennis McNally, contributing authors to the catalogue for The Summer of Love Experience: Art, Fashion, and Rock & Roll.
de Young curator Julian Cox will lead a tour of the exhibition The Summer of Love Experience, along with exciting young poets from San Francisco State University, whose words will evoke the vibrant cultural shift emerging in the Haight in the summer of 1967. After the tour, join the poets for a special reading in the Koret Auditorium. Participating poets are: Fisayo Adeyeye, Lara Coley, Keith Donnell, Lisa Alden, Simon Crafts, Hollie Hardy, and Brad Penner.
Learn about masks from the African collection at the de Young. Following the lecture, please join us for a docent tour.
Jan Wurm is an artist, art educator, and Exhibitions Director and Curator of Art at the Richmond Art Center. Jan has taught painting and drawing and lectured in California and Europe. She has organized and facilitated lecture series, symposia, and a mentoring program. Her interest in a forum for contemporary art has fueled her passion for curating, public programs, and documentation. As an artist, Jan has exhibited internationally and her work is in museum collections in the United States and Europe.
Georgia O’Keeffe, Jackson Pollock, and Andy Warhol were influenced by early 20th-century European modernists such as Pablo Picasso. This lecture demonstrates the connections between European and American art through the 20th century.
First Screening: 12-2 pm
Second Screening: 3-5 pm
In 1964 the Berkeley campus of the University of California became the seedbed of the nascent antiwar movement when student demonstrations culminated in the mass arrest of hundreds of protesters. Combining newsreel footage with interviews with some of the main figures of the protests, documentary filmmaker Mark Kitchell sheds light on the first, galvanizing stirrings of the Free Speech Movement and its subsequent influence on late-1960s radicalism. (117 min, 1990)
Director: Mark Kitchell
Please join us in celebrating excellence in undergraduate art history research. Participating universities include:
St. Mary's College
San Jose State University
Sonoma State University
University of California, Davis
University of San Francisco
Graduate Art History Student Responders from UC Berkeley