Educators and creative industry professionals are invited to attend the Arts, Media and Entertainment (AME) Leadership Institute in San Diego on April 4-5, 2016. Join KQED Art School at the institute for a fun happy hour event and discover practical approaches for using our arts education media resources in the classroom. Early bird registration is […]
Elisabeth Higgins O’Connor creates poignant, larger-than-life figures that are seemingly cobbled together with reused scrap materials including wood, textiles and newspaper.
How can you find inspiration by paying attention to the environment around you? This Do Now asks students to capture an everyday moment or juxtaposition of objects that seems meaningful in some way.
Sanaz Mazinani is an artist with a background in political activism who uses art to inspire dialogue about perceptions of cultural identity. In the latest episode of Art School, she describes her current art practice and the intentions behind her recent installation at the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco.
Photographer Paccarik Orue moved to San Francisco in 2008 after struggling for a handful of years in Miami, Florida as a recent immigrant to the United States. Far from his birthplace in Lima, Peru, Orue found solace in and forged a connection to some of the Bay Area’s most neglected neighborhoods: Bayview-Hunter’s Point and Richmond.