Unless otherwise noted all programs will be presented in English. All programs and events are free and open to the public.
Sunday, June 2, 2013
During the 1960s and 1970s San Francisco photographer Phiz Mezey photographed some of the significant events in the City's history. This exhibit takes the viewer on a tour of San Francisco during this time. Highlights include the redevelopment of Western Addition, the San Francisco State Strike, personalities such as Martin Luther King Jr., Jimi Hendrix, James Baldwin and others.
Sunday March 3: Meet the artist Phiz Mezey, Main Library, Latino Hispanic Community Room, 1:00;
Thursday April 11 The Fillmore, Film and Discussion, Main Library, Koret, 5:30.
Jewett Gallery - Lower Level
Saturday, June 29, 2013
Born in Berkeley, California, artist and photographer Ronald Hirano, a Deaf Nisei, was "adopted" by Miss Delight Rice, who founded the Philippine School for the Deaf in 1907, when his entire family was interned to relocation camps with 120,000 Japanese-Americans during World War II.
This exhibition of his works includes photography, linoleum-engraved and designed covers of the California News (the newspaper from the California School for the Deaf), linoleum-engraved cards and pen and ink cards.
Deaf Services Center Exhibit Space - 1st Floor
*Funded by the Friends of the San Francisco Public Library.