The Family Art Making table offers a drop-in art project activity and gallery guide led by professional teaching artists. In April, Family Art Making will focus on the special exhibition of Stuart Davis: In Full Swing. Artists of all ages are welcome to join.
The San Francisco Poster Syndicate grew out of the crisis around higher education– student debt and the abuse of adjunct faculty. We create and screenprint original political images, continuing the rich history of posters as a form of political messaging. We print the posters "live" at political actions, exhibitions and on the street, and give away the work in order to target a variety of current social/economic justice issues.
12-2:30 pm Jackie Sugarlumps
2:30-5 pm Neil Martinson plus go-go dancing by Mica
DJs spinning classic rock and psychedelic albums of the 60s as Carmen Fernandez gets her groove on.
The bon vivant performers and characters of Velocity Circus lend their talents and panache to the spectacle of the day.
Velocity is full service San Francisco-based Arts and Entertainment Company under the Artistic Direction of Gregangelo whose custom shows and immersive installations ignite the imagination through incomparable interactive experiences.
This electrifying multi-generational musical ensemble has roots in revival meetings that summon positive energy and compassion for coexistence through the frequency of love. This is what love sounds like! Richard Howell and Sudden Changes is a spiritual force in the tradition of the Jazz Masters that came before us.
Richard Howell – Tenor and soprano saxophone
vocal and host
Frederick Harris – Piano
Charles McNeal – Alto saxophone
Ele Howell – Drums
Ravi Abcarian – Bass
Get to know 5 art pieces in 5 minutes and find your art soulmate in the galleries. Museum docents will introduce different expressions of love in the permanent collection.
Tours begin in Wilsey Court.
This project explores ideas about love crossing borders or boundaries. Who do you love? Who needs your love? What do you love? What pieces at the de Young help show your love? Participants share their written responses on individual pieces of painted paper and then put them on a wall in a pattern that eventually makes up the larger image of a chain link fence. In exchange for their participation, participants get a postcard of the reference image and will be encouraged to send it to somone that needs extra love or support.