As Labor Day weekend approaches, Curatorial Associate Marja van der Loo will take a special look at American workers as captured by photographer Milton Rogovin in the exhibition Life and Labor: The Photographs of Milton Rogovin.
The Museum will be open on Labor Day. In honor of the exhibition Life and Labor: The Photographs of Milton Rogovin, admission will be free to members of labor unions.
In the exhibition Indestructible Wonder, artists explore humanity’s relationship to nature. Laura C. Rogers, president of the Environmental Humanities Project (EHP) at Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, will examine the social and environmental turn in contemporary art that followed “the triumph of modernism” (to borrow art critic Hilton Kramer’s phrase) in the 1960s.
Enjoy an inspiring evening of painting, fueled by cocktails. Grab your friends and the drink of your choice, let loose, and dabble away. No skills required! Relax as artist and instructor Stuart Mahoney guides your creativity and introduces you to simple painting techniques.
A gala in support of the San Jose Museum of Art in honor of benefactors Yvonne and Mike Nevens.