Exhibits at Sutro
In honor of Women’s History Month, the Sutro Library has partnered with Google Arts and Culture to launch an online exhibit of posters from our 2017 Women’s March Collection.
Golden Gate Park: 150 Years of Recreation, Green Space, Entertainment, and Culture
On a list of what to do while in San Francisco, at the top is most certainly a visit to Golden Gate Park. This year marks the 150th anniversary with 100 institutions throughout San Francisco participating in some way to celebrate Golden Gate Park’s past, present, and future. One of the largest parks in the world at 1017 acres (New York’s Central Park is 843), its origins and that of San Francisco’s rise to prominence are parallel tales.
This exhibition unites objects from the Sutro collection of Egyptian artifacts (now under the stewardship of SF State's Global Museum) with archival material and antiquarian books from the Sutro Library. Items in the exhibit range from 1550 BCE through the nineteenth century.
Game of Thrones Pop-up Exhibit
Peruse themes and imagery related to George R. R. Martin's epic medieval fantasy.
Explore the making of the modern world through illustrations and photographs of the technology, machinery, and culture of the nineteenth century.
Images of Mexico: From the Aztecs to the Republic
In celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month, this exhibit focuses on the extensive collection of Mexicana at the Sutro.
Women in the Archive
Explore the many and varied representations of women through the ages.
The Women's March was a worldwide protest that happened on January 21, 2017. Marches occurred across California, the United States, and the world. The event drew millions of people, and photographs of posters from the march were immediately circulated on social media as well as traditional media.