Guest mingle in Sarah Braman's sculpture Driving, sleeping, screwing, reading (2016) at the opening reception for True Blue Mirror: Ellen Berkenblit and Sarah Braman, McEvoy Foundation for the Arts, San Francisco (February 9, 2019). Photo: Ryan Molnar

McEvoy Arts at Home

Our galleries may be temporarily closed, but our online resources are open for exploration.

Like you, McEvoy Arts is artfully adapting to our current moment. Though our galleries may be temporarily closed, we’re envisioning new and creative ways to partner with institutions, artists, and curators of all perspectives to bring the art and ideas of the McEvoy Family Collection into your home. Below are some suggestions to continue exploring McEvoy Arts’ programs. Show us how you’re staying connected to art while staying in with #McEvoyArtsAtHome.

Entrance to McEvoy Foundation for the Arts

COVID-19 Updates

McEvoy Arts plans to reopen to the public on Wednesday, July 22, 2020 with extended runs of its current exhibitions. Learn more about our plans for reopening as they are announced here.

Zackary Drucker Unison, 2013–2017, HD digital video, color, sound, 8 min. Courtesy the artist and Luis De Jesus Los Angeles

View Online: certainty is becoming our nemesis

McEvoy Arts and San Francisco Cinematheque have partnered to screen certainty is becoming our nemesis online in its entirety.

Paul Mpagi Sepuya. Image courtesy of the artist

Upcoming Events and Activities

A new slate of partnership activities presented by McEvoy Arts brings artists’ voices directly into your homes.

Readings and Writings

From artist interviews to curated selections, our News section offers a collection of what to listen to, read, watch, and do while at home.

Installation view, Orlando, McEvoy Foundation for the Arts, San Francisco (February 7 – May 2, 2020). Courtesy McEvoy Foundation for the Arts. Photo: Henrik Kam.

Current and Past Exhibitions

You can still explore our exhibitions online, featuring everything from thematic excursions to landmark solo presentations.

Installation view, What is an edition, anyway? (May 24 – September 7, 2019), McEvoy Foundation for the Arts, San Francisco. Photo: Henrik Kam

Digital Backgrounds

If you’re missing the McEvoy Arts galleries, spruce up your next video call with custom backgrounds from our past exhibitions, available here.

A guest admires works from the McEvoy Family Collection at the closing reception for McEvoy Arts' inaugural exhibition 'la mére la mer'

McEvoy Arts in the News

Catch up on reviews and articles about McEvoy Arts exhibitions and events calendar.

Yung Jake, Unfollow, 2014

Social Media

Subscribe to our newsletter and Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter profiles for engaging art and commentary while you #MuseumFromHome with us.