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Your Neighbor Might Have a Painting in the de Young

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Artist’s Day, The de Young Open in September, 2023. (Nic Meerholz)

The de Young museum has opened its doors and cleared walls to feature the work of Bay Area artists. On exhibit through January, the 2023 de Young Open features 883 artworks across genre and subject matter — the only submission requirement being that the creator lives in one of the nine Bay Area counties. We’ll talk with the lead curator of the exhibit, along with other independent curators and artists, about the local art scene today and what Bay Area artists are saying with their work.


Timothy Anglin Burgard, distinguished senior curator and curator-in-charge of American art, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco<br />

Trisha Lagaso Goldberg, artist; independent curator

Alice Beasley, fiber artist. Her work is now on exhibit at The de Young Open. She was also included in the 2020 Exhibition.

Callan Porter-Romero, artist based in Oakland. One of her paintings is now on exhibit at The de Young Open. She was also included in the 2020 Exhibition.

Todd Hanson, artist; founder, Four Chicken Gallery in Bernal Heights


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