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Sarah Wilson Ensemble

Sarah Wilson. Photo by Lenny Gonzalez.
February 18, 2012 -
“A singular jazz artist with a tremendously evocative book of original material.”  — Andrew Gilbert, Contra Costa Times
“Sarah Wilson is making quite a name for herself on the Bay Area jazz scene.” — Jim Harrington, Oakland Tribune

de Young Artist Fellows create and premiere new works at the museum and around the San Francisco Bay Area as part of a yearlong fellowship.

ArtPoint: The Evolution of Mexican Art: From Olmec to Today

February 24, 2011 -

The Evolution of Mexican Art: From Olmec to Today
Panel discussion and tequila tasting

Mexican Consulate
532 Folsom St (Between 1st and 2nd Streets)
San Francisco

ArtPoint invites you to learn more about the oldest civilization of the Americas: the Olmec. Known for their iconic and sophisticated artistic style, the Olmec flourished in the Mexican states of Veracruz and Tabasco between 1400 and 400 BC, corresponding with the Golden Age of Greece.  

Textile Arts Council Annual Ethnic Textiles Bazaar

November 14, 2010 -

Textile Arts Council 2nd Annual Ethnic Textiles Bazaar

More than 20 TAC member vendors will offer books, ethnic jewelry, clothing and textiles from every part of the world. Support the FAMSF Textile Department, its collections, and the Textile Conservation Lab at the de Young. Shop for your own collection or a special holiday gift among 4,000 square feet of treasures. Please expect to pay with a check or cash.

Moriarty Hall, St. Anne of the Sunset Church

1300 Funston, between irving & Judah, San Francisco

Free parking adjacent to the church


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