Museums in Santa Clara, CA

Find museums in Santa Clara, CA. Listings include de Saisset Museum, Stanford Summer Humanities Institute, South Bay Historical Railroad Society, Inc., Intel Museum, Boomerang Bay and Triton Museum of Art. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.

  • 09/30/21
    The de Saisset Museum welcomes you back! We are thrilled to re-open this fall and share several new exhibitions: https://www.scu.edu/desaisset/exhibitions/current/ Before visiting, please review our...
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  • 06/04/21
    Student-curated exhibition "Loneliness Barefaced" seeks to connect art to loneliness and therefore the pandemic. Below is an excerpt from one of their object labels. You can view (and read) their ent...
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  • 06/04/21
    We are excited to participate in the ongoing #JesuitMuseums campaign with Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities and to share the work of Santa Clara University students with our permanent co...
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  • 06/02/21
    Student-curated exhibition "Indentity in the Landscape" invites viewers to contemplate the various types of relationships between people and the landscape through . Below is an excerpt from one of t...
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  • 06/01/21
    Student-curated exhibition "Manifest Destiny" delves into the impact and legacy of the 19th cultural doctrine Manifest Destiny through an examination of photographs from the de Saisset Museum's perman...
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  • 05/29/21
    Student-curated exhibition "Representations of Women in Portrait Photography" aims to emphasize the role, representation, and problems endured by women in American photographic history. Below is an e...
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  • 05/28/21
    Student-curated exhibition "Depictions of Feminine" contends with varying levels of objectification and sexualization of subjects in the photographic medium. Below is an excerpt from one of their obj...
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  • 05/26/21
    Student-curated exhibition "Landscape Photography: Cycles of Destruction" considers the role of vulnerability and employs photographs from the de Saisset's permanent collection to tell a story of how ...
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