Art History Students Visit San Francisco Museums
PSU art history students visit the California Palace of the Legion of Honor in San Francisco,
courtesy of the Richard Louis Brown Travel Award.
Photo: Cayenne Garofalo, Marissa James, and Rey Magdaluyo. All photos by Sue Taylor.
PSU art history students Danielle Caramagna, Rey Magdaluyo, Marissa James, Cayenne
Garofalo, PIlar Martinez, and Susie Rumsby visit the De Young Museum in San Francisco's
Golden Gate Park.
PSU art history students Cayenne Garafalo, Marissa James, and Rey Magdaluyo in Golden
Gate Park, about to explore San Francisco's DeYoung Museum.
PSU art History student Cayenne Garofalo admires a tapestry by El Anatsui at the De Young
Museum in San Francisco.
PSU art history students Marissa James, Pilar Martinez, Susie Rumsby, and Rey Magdaluyo
view Cornelia Parker's Anti-Mass (2005) at the De Young Museum in San Francisco.
PSU student Pilar Martinez studies lithographs by Ernst Stern at the Achenbach Foundation
for Graphic Arts in San Francisco.
Conservator Debra Evans' desk at the Western Regional Paper Conservation Laboratory
in San Francisco, where PSU art history students visited her in January 2014.
Conservator Victoria Binder explains techniques of artist's book display to PSU Art History
students touring the Western Regional Paper Conservation Laboratory in San Francisco.