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DEIA + Anti-Racism Updates Articles

During the racial awakening that followed the murder of George Floyd in 2020, many organizations made public statements expressing their support for and solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement. Companies and...
At the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, we’re extremely fortunate to be supported by a large and loyal membership base—one of the largest art museum memberships in the country. Membership programs support visitor-serving...
The communications department at the Fine Arts Museums is responsible for public relations, social media, and internal communications—and we handle a large volume of it. As part of that, we advocate for and promote the...
Working collaboratively across many departments at the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, the conservation team is responsible for the physical preservation of artworks in the Museums’ collections and those shown at the de...
As this series of blog posts has documented, the last eighteen months have been a time of reflection and positive change at the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. In the Development department, the institutional goal of...
The Museum Stores, as a department of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, recognizes and embraces the clear institutional call to evolve into an anti-racist institution and to promote greater inclusiveness, diversity,...
In order to engage visitors over the decades, the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco’s exhibition program has presented art in various media from a variety of places, time periods, makers, and cultures. Exhibitions have...
In March 2020, the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco suspended all in-person education programming due to COVID-19. We, as museum educators, were challenged to transition our on-site programming to digital platforms. In May...

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