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Triton Museum of Art, Santa Clara

Categories: Art Museums, Museums
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3.8/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web
For 50 years, the Triton Museum of Art 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. The Triton Museum of Art collects and exhibits contemporary and historical works with an emphasis on artists of the Greater Bay Area.

The Triton Museum of Art further:

-Serves as a repository for visual art objects and ensures their preservation

-Presents exhibitions that illustrate and celebrate a commitment to cultural and gender inclusiveness

-Offers a learning environment in which curiosity, experimentation and spirited dialogue are encouraged

-Has beautiful indoor facilities and a 7-acre sculpture garden that are available for private and corporate facility rentals.
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  • This local museum at Santa Clara displayed art from one or two artists when I visited...some sculptures can also be found round the front and back of the building.. 
  • On through May 29th at the Triton Museum, the 2016 Statewide 2D Competition and Exhibition contains many masterfully rendered and technically tough to execute pieces. Prize photographs squeeze the air...  read more »
  • In Santa Clara City Hall across the street from the Museum of contemporary art. Going too much many people do not like, in a very quiet, comfortable garden, so that you can watch slowly.
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  • Perfect place for a random and quiet weekend afternoon. Showings always rotate, so this place always feels fresh. PS: A LOT of Pokémon Stops and a Pokémon Gym are available around the area.
  • Went here for a date with my girlfriend and it was awesome. $: free admission but donations gladly accepted. The museum even has a store, lots of handmade items.
  • Its less known place to anyone. A lot more can be done but it also is low profile place to maintain neighborhood silence. For artists its a good place for exhibition.
  • Always interesting, not crowded. Beautiful grounds and excellent gift shop.
  • Free in a nice park setting
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