January 26 - June 16, 2018 (closed March 17-April 4)
Comprised of 34 photographs from the 1920s through the 1980s, this exhibition features images of many well-known performers from the uniquely American art forms of jazz and modern dance as well as the diverse audiences who supported and celebrated these new styles of performance.
September 29 - December 1, 2017; January 26 - March 16, 2018; April 5 - June 16, 2018
Michael Mazur's L'Inferno di Dante offers a detailed, compelling visual rendition of Dante's Inferno through a series of forty-one etchings and accompanying text from the original poem.
The Santa Clara Valley has a rich and dynamic history, which rests at the heart of the exhibition. Through historical objects and artifacts, the permanent California History installation traces the story of this area from Native California to the founding of Mission Santa Clara de Asís, through the Rancho Period and Gold Rush, and up to the early years of Santa Clara College.