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Possibly Portraits?: Doing and Viewing Art for Children & Families
Is Vermeer’s Girl with a Pearl Earring a portrait or tronie? Come learn what tronie means and explore characters of the Dutch Golden Age. Build your own work of art through drawing, collage, and embellishing with trims, lace, and jewels.
Baroque music by MUSA
Emily Botel, Natalie Carducci, violin
Addi Liu, viola
Gretchen Claassen, cello
Derek Tam, harpsichord
Live classical music performed by Revolution Quartet featuring L.L. Aspect (Slump Co./Jazz Mafia)
• "Future Classic"
Jory Fankuchen, Adam Scow, violin
Charith Premawardhana, viola
Samsun van Loon, cello
• Music by Schubert, Mozart, Beethoven, and classic chamber remixes
Members of the Society for Creative Anachronism enliven the space and delight visitors with artist demonstrations. Rotating demos including spinning, weaving with ankle looms, wire and bead jewelry-making, lacemaking, and more.
PIAZZONI MURALS ROOM
noon–2 pm & 3–4:30 pm
Enter a re-creation of Vermeer’s studio in the Piazzoni Murals Room, organized by Rick Rodrigues, drawing instructor at City College of San Francisco
An Afternoon of Lively Talks
Overview: Girl with a Pearl Earring: Dutch Paintings from the Mauritshuis
Melissa Buron, Assistant Curator of European Art, FAMSF
Rembrandt’s Art of Darkness
James A. Ganz, Curator, Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts, FAMSF
Under the Lens and onto the Page: Animals and Art in the 17th Century
Colleen Terry, Assistant Curator, Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts, FAMSF
Part 1 of Artful Animals is currently on view at the Legion of Honor on view through April 28. Part 2 opens April 30.