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Triton Museum of Art

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Triton Museum of Art

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1505 Warburton Ave, Santa Clara, CA 95050-3712
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mini wrote a review Mar 2020
Fremont, California90,470 contributions3,676 helpful votes
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I went to the Triton Museum of Art in Santa Clara. Its a pleasant free art gallery with nice art. This time the featured artists included Renee Billingslea, Enrique Chagoya, and Jeff Alan West. There are also some outdoor art scultpures to see. I have gone before; this time I visited in March 2020.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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ZackUribe wrote a review Nov 2019
Santa Clara, California59 contributions13 helpful votes
The Triton museum has been able to capture some very good recent exhibits, and I visited during one of them. I enjoyed it. Plenty of parking for the smaller shows.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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HopALongHari wrote a review Jul 2018
Sacramento, California28 contributions31 helpful votes
As a museum Triton falls in the "regional museum" camp. But, that's not to put it down! Since it is FREE and open year round, it is a great resource for art students and art lovers. I have visited this museum many times as a local. If you're visiting from out of town, I highly recommend attending one of their after hours events or taking a class. That is the real beauty of this museum, you can take atelier style classes in a variety of mediums from modern mixed media to classic drawing and oil paintings. And yes, there is a small museum store with all the usual wonderful, colorful, kitschy, handmade and reproduction items normally found in museum stores. The staff at this museum are wonderful, very involved and approachable. I've attended a number of their after hours events including their interactive retro gaming night (very fun) and their non-silent homemade art auction. Always a festive, lively feel, partly because the museum grounds themselves are small and community-sized. Good times and recommended if you're in the area and enjoy art and variety.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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Veronica F wrote a review Mar 2018
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This museum is boring, most of the work are very uninteresting, if you are used to a more contemporary caliber of art you won't find it intellectually challenging. I think they celebrate a lot their seniors community artist.Seems it hasn't evolved for so many years... I would not pay money to visit but since it is free is ok.
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Date of experience: March 2018
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Stacy A wrote a review Aug 2017
Los Angeles, California124 contributions56 helpful votes
A great place to spend an hour or two enjoying art created specifically by people with disabilities. The grounds around the museum also contain pieces of art. There is free parking and the museum itself is free as well.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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