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How does visual density affect how you look at an artwork? Join our museum ambassadors Noelle, Raquel, and Zune as they uncover the meaning behind the patterns and embellishments found in Johnny Warangkula Tjupurrula’s ...
What do your beliefs mean to you? How do objects represent your beliefs? Join our museum ambassadors Andrea, Ankhilan, and De’Yani as they highlight the multiple ways that objects in the Fine Arts Museums’ collections...
Local Voices is a new podcast series from the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco designed to celebrate art and Bay Area creativity. Local Voices highlights unique perspectives from Bay Area visual artists, musicians,...
Local Voices is a new podcast series from the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco designed to celebrate art and Bay Area creativity. Local Voices highlights unique perspectives from Bay Area visual artists, musicians,...
Meet our museum ambassadors and their collaborators as they come together to talk about the process and inspiration behind the production of Local Voices: Teens Take on Art. In the summer of 2020, nine Bay Area...
What is an algorithm? Algorithms have been around since the beginning of time and existed well before a word had been coined to describe them. Join us for a special presentation by Matteo Pasquinelli, co-author of Beyond...
Session 3: Unpacking Antiracist Parenting CompetencyFacilitators: Jenjii Hysten and Shelley Kuang. One way to ensure the commitment to dismantling racism and prioritizing raising antiracist children is to start with personal...
Session 2: Building CommunityFacilitators: Jennifer Bloomer and Shelley Kuang. In this session, families will get a chance to work together to create art for the community. Participants will explore and identify the values...
Session 1: Identity ExplorationFacilitators: Jennifer Bloomer and Shelley Kuang. An important step in anti-racist action is better understanding ourselves and the lens we use to see the world. In this session, families will...
Rio Yañez presents The Great Tortilla Conspiracy, a tortilla printmaking collective,  that began their work at the de Young Museum in 2007 and have been silkscreening Frida's image on tortillas ever since. He shares their...

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