January 11 - June 15, 2019
An exhibition that examines ways in which traditions and practices are passed down or change over time through the specific lens of Contemporary Native experience.
September 28, 2018 - June 15, 2019
An exhibition that explores the power of the human body to not only move through, but also to impact (even transform) our sense of place through images of protest, performance, and physicality.
September 28, 2018 - June 2, 2019
Fanny McClatchy Richardson painted hundreds of watercolors of native California wildflowers and bequeathed to Santa Clara University close to 200 paintings from her life's work. This rotating selection of paintings celebrates just a portion of this collection.
on view through June 2, 2019
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.