Tour the exhibition Other Walks, Other Lines with Rory Padeken, associate curator and Kathryn Wade, curatorial associate.
Enjoy sounds of the season from local youth performers Silicon Valley Youth Harp Ensemble while you stroll through the galleries. Do some last-minute shopping in the Museum Store.
Special performance of Nutcracker Twist:
Come for a fun performance of ballet and hip hop fusion. See a traditional ballet with a festive twist featuring twelve College of Adaptive Arts Graduate Dancers who will transform perception and brighten the holiday spirit.
Come join us for this special event in the Other Walks, Other Lines exhibition, where we will explore Contemplative Walking amongst the inspirational artwork.
Vietnamese artist Lê Hiền Minh, whose large scale installations are made using Dó, a traditional handmade paper, discusses her life in art as it relates to communist and capitalist economies, materiality, and the Buddhist concept of impermanence.
Join artist Lara Schnitger in a special participatory Creative Minds to celebrate female empowerment in a culture of patriarchy. On January 12, costumed volunteers will parade Schnitger’s bold and vibrant portable sculptures and banners, some bearing slogans and others more abstract—through the streets of downtown San José.
In conjunction with the Other Walks, Other Lines exhibition, explore the technique of street photography in this walking workshop. Participants will spend about an hour on lecture and touring the exhibition and then spend the remaining 2 hours outside capturing downtown San José.
Tender Table is a storytelling platform for women of color (queer, trans, cis), femmes of color, and gender-nonbinary black, indigenous, people of color (BIPOC) to share narratives about food and its connections to identity, memory, and community. Through food, we connect with our culture, and at times it is through food that we share our culture with others. Join She Who Has No Master(s) for a conversation about our connections to food, family, identity.
Design by Tassj Pal
San Jose Made returns to SJMA for its annual Soundscaping SJMA experience. For one evening only, San Jose Made in collaboration with local art collective, The Come Up will bring unique sonic experiences to the exhibition spaces of SJMA; inviting brilliant musicians and creators to share new contexts to experience the Art in the galleries.
Artwork by Haley Jensen
Register early for SJMA’s widely popular Kid’s Summer Art Camps!
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