The de Young and Legion of Honor are temporarily closed to the public. Learn about extra precautions to welcome you back soon.

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Join Hillary Olcott, coordinating curator for the de Young’s presentation of Frida Kahlo: Appearances Can Be Deceiving, in conversation with guest curator Circe Henestrosa and advising curator Gannit Ankori as they...
The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco invites you to Shelter in Place (SIP) with Frida Kahlo! Join Hillary Olcott, Associate Curator of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas, for an evening of music, cocktails, and silent film...
When measuring your artworks, please be sure to measure the outermost dimensions (inches) of your frame, height x width x depth.You will be able to submit your work for consideration starting on June 1, 2020 at 8 am.Images...
The de Young and Legion of Honor are temporarily closed to the public. There will be no events taking place on-site at the de Young or the Legion of Honor through June 30. This includes the cancellation of Bouquets to Art...
The de Young and Legion of Honor are temporarily closed to the public beginning Saturday, March 14.
The de Young and Legion of Honor are temporarily closed to the public beginning March 14. We will share our plans to reopen in the coming weeks. Learn more about our response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) in the San...
The museum is open today 9:30 am–5:15 pm.
Join us for an afternoon of poetry readings lead by San Francisco Poet Laureate Kim Shuck. The Fire Thieves is a poetry series hosted and imagined by the current SF Poet Laureate Kim Shuck and funded by a National Laureate...
Join us for a morning of poetry readings with "Swell Mel" Phillips. Hear Melvin Phillps as we honor elders and ancestors through poetry and music.
Corbett Joan O'Toole is an elder in disability communities, writer, publisher at Reclamation Press, public speaker, and artist. For over 40 years she has focused on issues of importance to disabled women and queers.

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