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Book Club

We invite you to read selected novels about art or famous artists before we meet, and then join us 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 and Triton Museum Associate Curator Vanessa Callanta. 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.

Discussions are held safely distanced & in person at the Triton Museum of Art Free for TMA members, $5 suggested donation for non-members


Artist's Talk & Events

Learn more about the art showcased within the Triton Museum of Art from the artists themselves. The Triton Museum of Art offers talks from artists, curators, and many more throughout the year.


Artist Talk with Jeff Owen

Sunday, September 17th, 2023
12:00pm to 2:00pm

Join us on Sunday, September 17th, from 12pm - 2pm as we celebrate local artist Jeff Owen and his new exhibition of sculptures, Happenstance, at the Triton Museum of Art.

Jeff will be present for an informal artist talk/meet and greet. There will be a reception with light bites and drinks available.

This event is free and open to the public. Please kindly RSVP by Thursday, September 14th, so we know how many guests to expect.

As always, parking is free. We hope to see you there.

About the Artist

After discovering an unused welder's set in his father-in-law's garage, Owen became a successful and prolific metal sculptor. Owen lets his imagination run free in his work, creating one of a kind pieces out of found and collected metal. Whether his works are muted or vibrant, angular or flowing, they are all unique and beautiful to view. This exhibition features large to small scale sculptural works, as well as wall pieces.

Art Courses + Workshops

The Triton Museum of Art offers a wide variety of Art courses, as well as workshops, that are offered both in person or online.

Learn from professional artists and hone your skills either amongst your peers, or in the safety of your own home.

Sketch with Us

Interested in sketching at the Museum? Contact or a front desk representative.

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