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Join us for the first program in a series of event partnerships with the Bay Area collective SeeBlackWomxn. This event documents artists in conversation about different artworks, giving rise to a unique conversation on what...
To inaugurate the opening of the remodeled de Young Museum by Herzog and de Meuron, artist Catherine Wagner was asked to create a body of work from the collection that rested in storage during construction. In this special...
Join us for a special conversation with members of the Dr. Huey P. Newton Foundation and learn more about their important initiatives to preserve the history and legacy of the Black Panther Party and Huey P. Newton. Hear...
Donors at the Fellow level and above, Legacy Society members, Business Council members, along with exhibition and program sponsors are invited for an exclusive opportunity to view Calder-Picasso on select Mondays...
To celebrate the reopening of the de Young museum and premiere of Calder-Picasso, donors at the Fellow level and above are invited to a full day of exclusive access to the entire museum to see this extraordinary...
Join us for a public screening of When We Gather (2021), a five-minute film that celebrates the women who have played an elemental role in the progress of the United States and offers a call to create a path forward...
Join us for a screening of THREADS, the documentary film telling the story of Surayia Rahman, a Bangladeshi artist, and how she transforms kantha, the traditional Bengali technique of repurposing old sarees into...
In 1990, Carol co-founded Lao Textiles, a weaving studio in Vientiane, Laos. She spent the early years of the business collecting, analyzing and replicating traditional Lao textiles, allowing her weavers to hone their...
Explore the de Young's rich collection from a new lens! Join us for a special lecture with sculptor and mixed media artist, Alison Saar, as she leads us through new ways of thinking about art and addresses connections...
The Inverse Uncanny Valley is the feeling of unease we feel when seeing ourselves through the eyes of AI. What we see looks humanlike but not quite familiar, not quite right, and we become disturbed by our own reflection....

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