This event brings together students, teachers, and parents with local artists and arts organizations to share the joy of teaching through the arts. Co-sponsored by the Connie L. Lurie College of Education at SJSU and the Santa Clara County Office of Education.
Celebrate the opening of With Drawn Arms: Glenn Kaino and Tommie Smith and Woody De Othello: Breathing Room.
Celebrate El Día de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) with a full day of live entertainment, cultural demonstrations, and an eclectic mix of art-making experiences.
Join former San José State sprinters, Ray Norton and Bob Poynter, as they share their personal experiences with Urla Hill, curator of the 2007 History San José exhibition Speed City: From Civil Rights to Black Power.
Enjoy after-hours access to the Museum's galleries and network with Silicon Valley's leading creatives and business professionals.
This workshop offers participants concrete ways to stand in solidarity with the undocumented members of our community.
Come experiment in this clay workshop inspired by artist Woody De Othello’s ceramic sculptures at this off-site workshop.
Join artist Woody De Othello in a walkthrough of his first solo museum presentation, where he will discuss recent explorations into his Haitian roots.
Join Silicon Valley De-Bug cofounder Elizabeth Gonzalez and hear how the organization uses multimedia storytelling as a platform for Silicon Valley’s diverse communities.
Listen to songs of the season from the Silicon Valley Youth Harp Ensemble and Trace Elementary School Choir.