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Connecting Ancient Art with Modern Audiences Via Technology

Even in historical art, technology is never very far away. As part of the de Young’s “Teotihuacan: City of Water, City of Fire” exhibition, for example, 14-year-old Minecraft aficionado Trevor Fox helped produce a digital map that lets visitors virtually … Continue reading

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‘Send Me Art’ Makes SFMOMA Collections More Accessible Than Ever

Can’t make it to the art museum? No problem! SFMOMA has a clever new way of giving you access to the art you’d like to see. Their “Send Me Art” program allows anyone with a phone to text the museum … Continue reading

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de Young Offers a Peek into Regional Art

San Francisco’s de Young Museum has been part of the city since 1895, connecting visitors with art from around the world. Particularly since its redesign in October of 2005, it’s been a welcoming way to experience regional art, in particular … Continue reading

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Photography in the Spotlight

When we think of big donations to art museums, we often think of large canvases or dusty vases gifted by aging millionaires. However, photography is a burgeoning art form of its own, as many recent donations and gallery updates can … Continue reading

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