David Hockney Painting and Basket Exhibit

We’ll tell you about a new exhibit at the Heard Museum featuring the art of David Hockney. The new exhibit, entitled “Yosemite and Masters of California Basketry,” features 29 of Hockney’s original iPad drawings and 28 baskets made by indigenous women from Yosemite Valley. The New York Times named this exhibit a “must see.” We’ll hear from the curators of the show, Ann Marshall and Erin Joyce.

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Erin Joyce, Fine Arts Curator, Heard Museum
Ann Marshall, Director of Research, Heard Museum

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