Take a look at six feathered objects from the collection. Learn about how they were made, the science behind feathers, and how conservators examine and care for these objects.
Create your own sculpture garden.
Krista Brugnara shares how a fateful trip, preparing for our 2017 Teotihuacan exhibition, led to the Frida Kahlo show we have been waiting to share with visitors.
Variable reward, open-pit mines, neuron fields, spidergrams, and persuasive technology are all collaged by this artist collective.
Resources focused on essential skills such as observation, wonder, analysis, and reflection.
A message on the museum and resilience from Thomas P. Campbell, Director and CEO of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.
This timeline celebrates the de Young museum’s 125 years and presents a snapshot of various events in the museum’s history.
The de Young Open submissions portal has now closed. Artists will be informed of the status of their submissions by the end of July. Exhibition dates have not yet been announced, but we look forward to sharing them here soon. Please look to our website for future updates and thank you for your interest. We hope you continue to make art and stay safe during these challenging times.
While many of his photographs beautifully document the city in ruins, Arnold Genthe’s best images centered on candid portrayals of the people of San Francisco.