Enhancing the teaching and research activities of the UC Davis
Department of Design, the Design Museum explores how design
shapes, improves and makes viable the objects, technology and
environments we use, inhabit and experience every day.
The UC Davis Design Museum is a founding adopter of the Green
Museums Initiative. The initiative is a set of five
principles that propel museums to become environmental
leaders and is administered by the California Association of
Museums and the Green Museums Initiative.
Newly acquired garments and textiles from around the globe are
featured in the exhibition “Cultural Crossroads: Recent
Acquisitions from the Jo Ann C. Stabb Collection,” opening Sept.
26 at the UC Davis Design Museum. The exhibition runs through
The UC Davis Design Museum explores racism through cartoons in
the installation “STILL: Racism in America, A Retrospective in
Cartoons.” Showcasing the work of pioneering father/daughter
cartoonists the late Brumsic Brandon, Jr. and Barbara
Brandon-Croft, the exhibition runs Jan. 23 through April 21,