By donating to our Spring Campaign today you will be entered to win a private tour of our collection!
In this self-guided audio tour, your host Valerie will invite you to follow her into, out of, and through the museum space
In this lecture, Richard Schwartz tells the fascinating life story of San Francisco-based actor M.B. Curtis, a Jewish immigrant who lived the highs and lows of celebrity in late 19th c. America
Mix, mingle, and network at our special Third Thursday in Yerba Buena hosted in partnership with Yerba Buena Alliance
Archive Live 2017 releases a NEW self-activated sonic experience for public engagement created by artists-in-residence warren-crow+warren-crow in response to our collection and our site.
The Museum of Performance + Design joins Third Thursday in Yerba Buena on June 15, 5:30 – 9:00PM with SFMUSE:music, a FREE outreach party celebrating the unveiling of its digital music collection online.
In conjunction with Archive Live 2017, The Sonic Worlds of Performance brings together artists-in-residence warren-crow+warren-crow with members of the Bay Area’s performance community for a public panel discussion.
MP+D responds to our volatile political climate with a special staged reading of Oedipus followed by a communal discussion around food.
Visual artist Latifa Medjdoub and sound artist Haco collaborate on a social performance-concert at inspired by nature’s energy and rhythmical order that is inviting an active public to reflect on the multiple levels of interconnectedness between individuals and networks.
Combining mundane objects with sophisticated textile art techniques, Artist Latifa Medjdoub works with the public to stimulate creative social interactions while exploring notions of space, time, and movement.
Carl and Yurie Pascarella will be presented with the 2017 San Francisco Arts Medallion on May 2 at the Gold Ballroom, Palace Hotel, San Francisco.
An installation of design and thought sketches let you discover the early stages of production and what is happening on the drawing board before performances take three-dimensional forms.
Sloughing is a durational performance, a social intervention, and a collective action.
On the weekend of March 4th and 5th, 2017 the Old Mint becomes a pop-up museum of San Francisco history featuring more than 75 exhibitors at the San Francisco History Days at the Old Mint.