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Classes & Workshops

The Museum offers a learning environment in which curiosity, experimentation, and spirited dialogue are encouraged. Our aim is for each visitor, regardless of age, background or ability, to experience the museum with enthusiasm and success, empowered by new perspectives and ideas. Please contact education@tritonmuseum.org for inquiries.

Teen & Adult Art Classes


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Triton Online:
Knife Painted Watercolors with Jeff Bramschreiber
Date & Time: Saturdays, September 25 - November 13, 2021, 2021 5:30PM - 7:30PM PDT
Admission: $120 TMA member, $140 non-member

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Triton Online: Explorations in Drawing with Jeff Bramschreiber

Date & Time: Fridays, October 8 – November 12, 2021, 6:00PM - 8:00PM PDT
Admission: $120 TMA member, $140 non-member

Register for Explorations in Drawing _______________________________________________

Triton Online: Autumn Landscape in Oil Pastels with Jeff Bramschreiber
Date & Time: Friday, November 19 – Sunday November 21, 2021, 5:30 - 7:30 PM PDT

Admission: $120 TMA member, $140 non-member

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Triton Book Club


Triton Book Club: The Stories of Art First Wednesday of each month,
9:00-10:00 a.m., beginning July 7, 2021
Discussions are held safely distanced & in person at the Triton Museum of Art.
Free for TMA members, $5 suggested donation for non-members __________________________________________________ Click here for a PDF of all the books we'll be reading this year! We invite you to read selected novels about art or famous artists before we meet, and then join us beginning July 7, 2021 on the first Wednesday morning of each month, for an art history presentation about that month’s novel, the portrayed artist, and related art, as presented by Triton Museum Executive Director, Preston Metcalf. Learn how the novel does — or doesn’t — comport to the actual history of its subject, and hear more about the artwork and the artists’ times in which they were created. Admission to the monthly book club art history lectures is free for Triton Museum of Art Members ($5 donation requested for non-members), and all are welcome, whether you have actually read the book or not. Coffee and pastries will be served.
November 3, 2021 Luncheon of the Boating Party, by Susan Vreeland December 1, 2021 The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay, by Michael Chabon January 5, 2022 The Painter of Souls, by Philip Kazan Happy reading! We are excited to read with you!




Kids Art Classes


The Triton Museum of Art is currently in the process of creating safe and enriching art classes for young children. The safety of our community and staff are of our most utmost priority. Our website will be updated once we are ready to offer classes safely. Stay tuned for more!