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  • EVENTS | Triton Museum of Art

    What's On 2024 Salon at the Triton Selected Artists Abel Manalo Alicia Murphy Andrew Jackson Andy Forrest Anna Gelman Annette LeMay Burke Annie Haines Beth Fein Bibby Gignilliat Bing Zhang Brian Bounds Brigitte Carnochan Caren Wynne Catie O'Leary Chiachen Wang Christie Marks Christopher Newhard Cynthia Brannvall Dan Alcaxzar Daniela Schweitzer Darren Sears David Ruiz David Stonesifer David Stubbs Dawn Tower Dean Larson Debbie Dicker Deborah Sibony Deirdre White Diane Abt Diane Warner-Wang Dobee Snowber Dora Duan Eileen David Elaine Heron Elizabeth Geisler Elizabeth McKinne Ellen Brook Ellen Konar and Steve Goldband Evelyn Wester Fiorenza Gorini Frances Wren Gabe Narciso GayLynn Ribeira Hadi Aghaee Howard Hersh Irena Kononova James Groleau James Whitehouse Janey Fritsche Jenifer J Renzel Jennifer Anderson Jim Promessi Jonathan Crow Julie Carcione Julie Grantz Julie Kavanagh Julie Weaverling Karen Benioff Friedman Karen Cox Karen Mason Karen White Katherine Filice Kathleen Mitchell Kathryn Wills Kathy Dana Ken Fowkes Kim Smith Lei Min Leslie Landers Lonnie Zarem Louis Chan Lucy Beck Luiza Maia Magué Calanche Maria Kazanskaya Maura Carta Melissa Mandegarian Michael Acker Michael Endicott Michael Welch Michelle Mongan Mihail Kivachitsky Mitchell Johnson Ni Zhu Pablo Villicaña Lara Patricia Jones Patricio Jimenez Patrick Samuels Peter Carey Philip Rosenthal Rachel Davis Renée Switkes Robyn Freedman Rosalinda Taymor Roston Johnson Sabin Filip Samuel Price Sandra Speidel Scott Johnson Shirley Manfredi Sriharsha Annadore Stanislava Chening Stanley Peterson Stephanie Thwaites Susan Costes Susan Friedman Suzette McDonough & James Whitehouse Vivian Patton Ward George Yen Yen Tay Youming Cate Winners for all categories and for Best of Show will be up on our website after our Artists Reception on Saturday, May 25th, 2024 from 2:00pm to 4:00pm. See our 2024 Winners Now! Michelle Gregor - Artist Talk Saturday, August 3rd, 2024 2:00pm to 3:00pm Join us on Saturday, August 3rd, 2024 from 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm for an in-depth artist talk by Triton exhibiting artist, Michelle Gregor. Continuing the Bay Area Figurative tradition of Manuel Neri and Stephen DeStaebler, Michelle Gregor’s work addresses humanity, timelessness and balance. Gregor is known for her complex multi-fired surfaces, using stains and washes which achieve a painterly quality rarely achieved in ceramics. A new body of work premiering at the Triton Museum, Palace of Leaves, explores our connection with the natural world. Gregor’s abstracted human figures have taken on evolving shapes referencing arboreal forms. Before the silicon age, the Santa Clara Valley was blanketed with some of the most fertile orchards in the world and dubbed “the Valley of Heart’s Delight.” Before that, it was home to ancient native oaks and redwoods. Trees have been witness to human achievement and folly, here Gregor studies our bonds to them. This event gives you the opportunity to meet the artist and learn more about her and her work, while viewing the artist's current exhibition at the Triton Museum of Art. This event is free and open to the public (including free parking) and will include refreshments and light snacks. Some seating will be available for the event, but will be limited as it will be held in the Warburton Gallery. RSVP now! From Africa’s Extreme Poverty to California’s Stanford Executive Program Sunday, August 11th, 2024 2:30pm to 4:30pm Join us on Sunday, August 11th, 2024 from 2:30 PM to 4:30 PM for a riveting talk by the Tanzanian Regional Director of Karimu International Help Foundation. In this talk, Shau shares the story of his life and how he has always dreamed big, even from a young age. He explains the importance of hope, resilience, dedication, and discipline in pursuing one’s goals, but also highlights that opportunities are crucial as these traits alone may not take you very far. Shau Erro Ae is the Tanzanian Regional Director of Karimu International Help Foundation, a California-based NGO focusing on poverty elimination. Shau comes from Africa’s poorest of the poor, with parents and relatives who had no education. Despite his challenging circumstances, he has an incredible life story, with every reason to remain marginalized and live at the same level of poverty and lack of education as his ancestors. However, his desire to break the cycle against all odds, combined with the opportunities given to him, enabled him to attend university, learn to speak English fluently, be hired by Karimu, prosper, and now come to California to attend the Executive Program at Stanford School of Business. Shau's story illustrates the core of Karimu’s beliefs: that poor people can escape poverty on their own if given the opportunity: basic sanitation, health, education, income, and financial services. There are many people like Shau in the world who have flourished and dramatically improved their lives by maintaining hope and the strength to never give up, and by seizing the opportunities provided by Karimu to pursue their dreams. This event is free and open to the public (including free parking) and will include refreshments and light snacks. RSVP now!

  • Triton Museum of Art | Santa Clara, California

    TRITON MUSEUM OF ART About Us For 59 years, our art museum has been a destination for the community, providing a venue where local artists exhibit their work alongside regional and national artists and where students of all ages learn about art and the creative process through art workshops and art lectures. On View ON VIEW EXHIBITION Layers & Splashes Through September 1st EXHIBITION Salon at the Triton Through September 8th IN OUR DIGITAL GALLERY EXHIBITION EDRC's 2024 Be-You-tiful Contest and Exhibit Through June 16th EXHIBITION Palace of Leaves Through September 15th Interested in a Membership? JOIN TODAY Classes & Workshops ON VIEW Workshop Create with the Curator: Paint Night at the Triton Vanessa Callanta Friday, August 23rd, 2024 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm ON VIEW Art Class Triton Online: Adventures in Acrylic Painting Jeff Bramschreiber Wednesday Evenings from 6:00pm to 8:00pm; July 10th, 2024 through August 14th, 2024 ON VIEW Art Class Triton Online: Explorations in Drawing Jeff Bramschreiber Friday Evenings from 6:00pm to 8:00pm; July 12th, 2024 through August 16th, 2024 ON VIEW Art Class Triton Online: The Joy of Pastels Jeff Bramschreiber Monday Evenings from 6:00pm to 8:00pm; July 8th, 2024 through August 12th, 2024 ON VIEW Load More Join Our Newsletter Today! JOIN TODAY Contact 1505 Warburton Avenue, Santa Clara, CA 95050 (408) 247-2438 staff@tritonmuseum.org Plan Your Visit Tuesday - Sunday: 11:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Closed on Mondays & holidays The Museum provides free parking and free admission to our exhibitions, as well as many of our community events. PLAN YOUR VISIT

  • Courses

    Art Courses & Workshops Filter by Age Demographic Select Age Demographic Filter by Course Type Select Course Type Filter by In Person or Online Select In Person or Online Create with the Curator: Paint Night at the Triton Workshop Enjoy a guided step-by-step Paint and Sip class this summer and create a beautiful summer scene with Triton Museum curator Vanessa Callanta. Price $40 for members, $50 for non-members $40 Early Bird Price: Register by August 1st Duration 1 Day Dates & Time Friday, August 23rd, 2024 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm Read More Triton Online: Explorations in Drawing Art Class This Summer drawing class will give students the opportunity of learning several different types of drawing media and techniques in both black and white and color. During this process, students will discover which media appeals to them the most, and will hopefully continue on with drawing using their favorite medium. Always an enjoyable and well attended course, with all levels welcome. Price $120 Members, $140 Non-Members Duration 6 Weeks Dates & Time Friday Evenings from 6:00pm to 8:00pm; July 12th, 2024 through August 16th, 2024 Read More Silverpoint in the Trees with Jeff Bramschreiber Workshop Join us for an in-person outdoor workshop on Silverpoint Drawing with fine artist Jeff Bramschreiber. Price $100 Members, $120 Non-Members Duration 1 Day Dates & Time Saturday, July 13th, 2024 from 10:00am to 3:00pm Read More Triton Online: Adventures in Acrylic Painting Art Class Join us for a Summer session of Adventures in Acrylic Painting! Acrylics begins with classes on the basics of color as well as information on materials and techniques. From that point on students will paint abstract and wildlife paintings using both the palette knife and brush. Whether you are a novice or an experienced painter, this theme-based course is perfect for all artistic levels! Price $120 Members, $140 Non-Members Duration 6 Weeks Dates & Time Wednesday Evenings from 6:00pm to 8:00pm; July 10th, 2024 through August 14th, 2024 Read More Triton Online: The Joy of Pastels Art Class This Summer session of the Pastels class will afford students the opportunity to discover, learn, and create art in this wonderfully versatile medium. Using a variety of subjects, students will work with soft pastel, pastel pencils and oil pastels to create their own personal masterpieces. Price $120 Members, $140 Non-Members Duration 6 Weeks Dates & Time Monday Evenings from 6:00pm to 8:00pm; July 8th, 2024 through August 12th, 2024 Read More

  • Silverpoint in the Trees with Jeff Bramschreiber

    Silverpoint in the Trees with Jeff Bramschreiber Duration Price $100 Members, $120 Non-Members Dates Saturday, July 13th, 2024 from 10:00am to 3:00pm Location Redwood Garden 1 Day Enroll < Back About the Course Silverpoint in the Trees with Jeff Bramschreiber Location and Time: Redwoods behind the Triton Museum, Saturday July 13th from 10:00am-3:00pm Price : $100 members, $120 non-members All levels are welcome. Al Materials Included. For ages 13 and up. Overview: As early as the 12th century and before the popularity of the graphite pencil, Silverpoint was widely utilized for manuscripts, record keeping, and art. Though its usage lessened over time, its significance is still felt to this day. With guidance from fine artist Jeff Bramschreiber, join in and learn this ancient and elegant art form in the comfort and beauty of the Triton Museum, the redwood grove, and sculpture garden! Through this technique, a metal stylus (made with metals such as silver, gold, copper, or lead) is pressed across a specially prepared surface to create fine lines. Several renowned artists, including Albrecht Durer, Leonardo Da Vinci, and Rembrandt, learned and used Silverpoint. It is truly a historical and traditional technique. Your Instructor Jeff Bramschreiber Jeff Bramschreiber has been drawing and painting for over forty years, and while he is primarily a pastelist, he also frequently works in acrylic, watercolor, silverpoint most dry media and even airbrush. His artworks hang in private collections throughout the United States and Europe and have received many awards. A local art advocate, he has served as an art club president, (East Valley Artists and Santa Clara Art Association), as a juror with nearly fifty shows to his credit, as treasurer and lecturer for Silicon Valley Open Studios, and as a demonstrator and lecturer for many of the Bay Areas’ art clubs, colleges and museums. Jeff also worked at University Art San Jose for 21 years before its closing in 2018 as an assistant Manager, Frame Designer, and Community Art Liaison. Mr. Bramschreiber has also helped coordinate, organize, and participate in numerous local art shows, group shows and events throughout his career. Currently he is a Board Member for the Triton Museum of Art in Santa Clara, and an exhibiting and “live paint” artist at Kaleid Gallery in Downtown San Jose. Jeff is also an art instructor for the Triton Museum of Art, The Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum, The Pacific Art League and The Villages Arts and Crafts Association."

  • VISIT | Triton Museum of Art

    Visit the Triton Museum of Art Address 1505 Warburton Avenue, Santa Clara, CA 95050 Hours Tuesday - Sunday: 11:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Closed on Mondays & holidays Admission The Museum provides free parking, and free admission to our exhibitions, as well as many of our community events. Visiting Information The Triton Museum of Art is open to the public. As of March 2, 2022, the Santa Clara Public Health Department announced that indoor masking due to COVID-19 is no longer required; however, the Public Health Department and the California Department of Public Health strongly recommend that the public continue to wear masks in all indoor public spaces. As the state of this public health issue continues to change, we will remain focused on keeping our employees and our visitors safe, healthy, and informed. Plan Your Visit Holiday Closures November 28-29, 2024 Thanksgiving Holiday ​ December 24-25, 2024 Christmas/Winter Holiday January 1, 2025 New Year's Day Holiday Gallery Closures Cowell Gallery closed Sunday, June 30th, 2024 from 12:30pm to 4:30pm for a workshop. ​ Museum Closed Sunday, July 14th, 2024 beginning at 4:00PM for an event. Group Visits & Guidelines Adults are required to be in control of children at all times. Instructors: Please call ahead to ensure that the museum is not in the process of setting up for an event if you require a quiet environment for a lecture. ​ Students: Attendance confirmation slips are available by speaking with the museum attendant. What's on at the Triton EXHIBITIONS Learn More Learn More EVENTS LEARN Learn More Interested in a Membership? JOIN TODAY

  • gENERAL 2 | Triton Museum of Art

    Rent the Triton Host your special event with us. BOOK TODAY Our Mission Whether planning a corporate party, family event, or one of life’s celebrations, the Triton Museum of Art and Jamison-Brown House offer you and your guests the perfect venues for classic elegance and historical charm. When you book your event at one of our venues, your support helps our mission of providing accessible exhibitions and education programs that promote a broad range of contemporary California art. For Any and All Events Interested in hosting your event at the Triton Museum of Art? Plan your event with us using our Event Planning Resources! Event Planning Resources Venues at the Triton Create a lifetime of memories in one of our three distinctive venues. Select from the museum with four dynamic exhibition galleries, a charming historic house, and the outdoor sculpture garden with stunning surroundings. Event rentals include pre-event meetings, ample free parking, and day-of Museum Experience Representatives. handicapped and wheelchair-accessible. Event Galleries are subject to exhibitions. The Historic Jamison Brown House Up to _ Guests This historic, 1866 colonial house is a charming venue for retreats and more intimate celebrations. With its hardwood floors and enchanting, historic style, this true gem is a popular venue. The wrap-around covered porch and adjoining brick patio are ideal for outdoor set-ups. If you need to accommodate a larger guest list, visit our outdoor garden area and redwood grove. BOOK TODAY Triton Museum of Art Up to _ Guests This contemporary museum, with its four art galleries, is the perfect venue for larger, elegant receptions, galas, and banquets. The stunning curved glass wall allows for the beauty of our sculpture garden and redwood grove to serve as a natural canvas for your guests to dine and dance among the art of acclaimed Bay Area Artists. BOOK TODAY Redwood Garden Up to _ Guests With its effortless beauty, create a relaxing atmosphere and entertaining space by adding the tranquility of the entire garden area to your event. Whether in the large, open lawn area or under the natural canopy of the redwood trees, this is the perfect area for dining and festivals. Evenings will unfold with landscape lighting illuminating the impressive collections of contemporary sculptures and walking paths for evening celebrations for you and your guests to enjoy. BOOK TODAY Image Gallery Load More Alexa Young, CA “Testimonials provide a sense of what it's like to work with you or use your products. Change the text and add your own." Hosting a Corporate Event? Don't miss out on a discount! The Triton Museum of Art offers discounts on all Rental Events for Corporations with a Corporate Membership! Become a Member Today! Empower Growth Start Now Get in Touch Planning a special event? Tell us all about it and we’ll get back to you shortly. Check out our Event Planning Resources for more help planning your special day. First name* Last name* Email* Phone* What's the occasion?* Choose one Number of guests When is the event?* Month : Address* Tell us about your event Submit Contact Us rentals@tritonmeusem.org (111) 222 - 333 @bookthetriton BOOK A MEETING TODAY

  • BOARD & STAFF | Triton Museum of Art

    Staff & Board Triton Museum of Art Staff Bryan Callanta Curator of Digital Programming ​ Christina De La Cruz Office & Development Manager ​ Donna Tobkin Business Manager ​ Erin Rempola-Kwong Education Coordinator ​ Lisa Duong Content Designer ​ Nicole Lomeli Preparator Olivia Osborn Rental & Events Administrator ​ Preston Metcalf Executive Director & Senior Curator ​ Quinn Douhan Communications Coordinator ​ Thao Hoang Program Assistant ​ V anessa Callanta Curator ​ ​ Board Members John Mathias President ​ Cory Morgan Vice President ​ Elke Groves Secretary MeiYing Dell’Aquila Treasurer ​ Preston Metcalf Executive Director & Senior Curator Board Portal Francisco (Pancho) Jiménez Jeff Bramschreiber Jeff Brown Katelyn Studebaker Lisa Kovaleski Meilee "Millie" Epler Sharmila Bhattacharya

  • Let's Face It!, 2022

    EXHIBITION Let's Face It! Various Artists DATES: MAY 14 - JUL 17 YEAR: 2022 Previously on view in the Unknown < Back OVERVIEW ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Previous Next

  • Unsettled and Miles Away, 2021

    EXHIBITION Unsettled and Miles Away Dora Duan DATES: SEP 18 - JAN 16 YEAR: 2021 Previously on view in the Unknown < Back OVERVIEW ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ! Widget Didn’t Load Check your internet and refresh this page. If that doesn’t work, contact us. Previous Next

  • Breaking Free Sculpture Exhibition, 2021

    EXHIBITION Breaking Free Sculpture Exhibition Various Artists DATES: OCT 2 - NOV 28 YEAR: 2021 Previously on view in the Rotunda Gallery < Back OVERVIEW ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ! Widget Didn’t Load Check your internet and refresh this page. If that doesn’t work, contact us. Previous Next

  • CONTACT | Triton Museum of Art

    Get in Touch 1505 Warburton Avenue, Santa Clara, CA 95050 (408) 247-2438 Contact Us Submit Thanks for submitting! General Inquiries staff@tritonmuseum.org ​ ​ Curatorial vcallanta@tritonmuseum.org ​ ​ Education education@tritonmuseum.org Facility Rentals rentals@tritonmuseum.org ​ ​ Donations & Membership admin@tritonmuseum.org

  • Sentido: New Paintings by Bob Nugent, 2021

    EXHIBITION Sentido: New Paintings by Bob Nugent Bob Nugent DATES: OCT 2 - JAN 2 YEAR: 2021 Previously on view in the Warburton Gallery < Back OVERVIEW ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ! Widget Didn’t Load Check your internet and refresh this page. If that doesn’t work, contact us. Previous Next

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