Virtual Exhibits

Clearly Polluted

Inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement, Clearly Polluted: The Fight for Environmental Justice in the Bay Area investigates environmental racism and its ongoing, disproportionate impact on Black, Indigenous, and people of color, or BIPOC, communities in the San Francisco Bay Area. Presented in-person, October 29, 2022-December 8, 2022.

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View of SF Bay and Hunter's Point through a chain fence

Show and Tell

Show & Tell: Ordinary Objects, Revealing Stories featured a collection of treasured memories from nine student storytellers enrolled in Museum Studies 730 Exhibition Development. Presented in-person April 22, 2022-May 11, 2022.

Virtual exhibit coming soon

A small fuchsia duck-like puppet and a large brown monster puppet are positioned against a teal and blue background in a museum gallery

Climate Stories

Climate Stories explores the impacts of climate change on Indigenous communities across the globe and action being taken now, including on the SF State campus.

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Offshore looking towards the coast

Things Seen

Things Seen: Experiences of COVID-19 presents a selection of observations and artworks created by Museum Studies graduate students in response to the COVID-19 crisis.

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Room full of open paper bags on floor