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Reality Makes Them Dream: Recontextualizing 1930s Photography

‘Reality Makes Them Dream’ finds the surreal in the everyday.

How Will Technology Shape the Museum of Tomorrow? 20 Museum Directors Will Convene in the Bay Area to Explore Digital Horizons

On April 21, FAMSF, in partnership with seven other Bay Area museums and cultural strategist András Szántó, will convene a symposium, titled Museums of Tomorrow, at Stanford University.

de Young Museum. Photo courtesy of FAMSF.

IMU UR2: Asian American Art, Intersectionality, and Collective Memory

Asian American identities have always been in flux. Stanford’s Asian American Art Initiative (AAAI)’s inaugural symposium IMU UR2: Art, Aesthetics and Asian America united artists, activists, and scholars in a multi-disciplinary space for alternative ways of seeing and existing in contemporary Asian America.

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