May 16, 01:30PM – 03:00PM
Fremont Main Library
2015 marks the centennial year of the Panama-Pacific International Exposition, when host city San Francisco emerged from the ashes of earthquake and fire as a center of beauty and progress. On the Presidio’s waterfront and in what is now the Marina District, courtyards, formal gardens, and eleven Beaux-Arts palaces made up a miniature city resplendent in tones of golden-orange, copper green, cerulean, and ‘‘Pompeiian red’’.
May 21, 10:00AM – 12:00PM
De Young Museum
Jim Ganz is curator of the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts at the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.
May 28, 06:00PM – 08:00PM
California Historical Society
The rights of workers have always been an important and vital topic in California. Join us for a stirring panel discussion around labor history during the first quarter of the 20th century.
May 30, 2015 to Jan 03, 2016
Oakland Museum of California
Turning the familiar idea of California as the western frontier on its head and re-positioning the State as “the East Coast of the Pacific,” Pacific Worlds weaves together objects and ephemera from the Oakland Museum of California’s collections along with contemporary California Pacific Islander artwork and community voices.