Schedule of Coming Events

Art Events are held on Sundays and free unless otherwise noted.

January 27, Sunday, 2 – 4 p.m. Opening Receptions, meet the artists: Howard Hersh, Robin Mullery (Decker Galleries); Reception: Lola Fraknoi (Studios Gallery) 

February 2, Saturday, 1:00 – 4:00 p.m.: Serious Play @PMA! 

February 2-10, Special pop-up exhibition: Out of Dante's Inferno and Into the Fast Lane. Gas-guzzling vehicles become history with the greening of Energica's sport motorcycle. Opening reception February 2, Saturday, 5 – 8 p.m.

February 9, Saturday, 3 – 5 p.m. Art Q & A with Energica CEO Stefano Benatti and his team. 

February 17, Sunday, 2 – 4 p.m. Opening Reception, meet the artists: Suhas Bhujbal (North Gallery); Oleg Lobykin (East Gallery) (Winners, 2D and 3D, Bay Area Masters 2018).  Fiber Art by Heather Deyling (Arabella’s Gallery).  

March 2, Saturday, 1 – 4 p.m. Serious Play @PMA! See description below.

March 16, Saturday, 2 – 4 p.m. Opening Reception: Greta Waterman (Studios Gallery)

March 24, Sunday Special Artist Talk with Robin Mullery and Howard Hersh. Starts at 2 p.m.

April 21, Sunday Special Artist Talk with Suhas Bhujbal, Heather Deyling and Oleg Lobykin discuss their work. Organized by PMA Curator DeWitt Cheng. Starts at 2 p.m.

April 28, Sunday, 2 – 4  p.m. Opening Reception: Tess Felix (Decker A Gallery); Catherine Mackey (Decker B Gallery). Shows run through July 7.

May 4 & 5, Saturday and Sunday, 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. Silicon Valley Open Studios at PMA. 29 studio artists open their doors and share their expertise with visitors. 

May 8, 9: Jackie Speier’s Congressional District High School Art Exhibition; Awards Ceremony 7 p.m. May 9.

May 19, Sunday, Opening Reception: TERRA INFIRMA: An Exhibit of Artwork Addressing Climate Change by Kim Anno, Jon Kerpel, and Doyle Wegner. 2 – 4 p.m. (North, East, and Arabella's Galleries) Show runs through July 28.

June 9, Sunday, Eco Fair and Panel Discussion in conjunction with exhibition Terra Infirma. Climate experts Mark Decena and Lauren Speeth, as well as exhibiting artists Kim Anno, Jon Kerpel, and Doyle Wegner, will discuss how the arts can impact and influence a path forward through our changing world.

July 28, Sunday, Opening Reception: Irene Imfeld (Decker A Gallery); Charles Anselmo (Decker B Gallery), 2 – 4 p.m. Shows run through October 6.

 

Tag, You’re it!
It’s Serious Play @PMA!

Who: You, your kids, friends and relatives!
What: Serious Play @PMA!
When: Once a month, on a Saturday, 1 – 4 p.m. Keep tuned for the next date.
Where: Peninsula Museum of Art 1777 California Dr., Burlingame 94010
Why: Because, It’s Serious Play! Fun, Creative, and Educational!
How: Kids and parents, family and friends, follow the clues on an expedition through our PMA Museum Galleries and Museum Studios space. What arty treasures will be discovered? Such inspiration can only be followed by hands-on art making in our learning spaces. Come on out to play! See you at PMA!
Questions? Email us at: peninsula.museum.edu@gmail.com

 

 

 

Tours and Art Access

Peninsula Museum of Art invites the public to visit the Museum for tours of the five exhibition galleries and 30 working studios. Regular hours are Wednesday through Sunday from 11 to 5. Admission to the Museum is always free.

Tours for small groups may be arranged at other times by making a reservation for a docent (peninsulamuseum@gmail.com). Custom tours that include a short, hands-on art project for up to 15 children or adults can also be arranged. For a field trip of this nature, contact our Education Department at peninsula.museum.edu@gmail.com. We are happy to tailor a museum experience to your needs.

PMA especially encourages elderly and mobility-challenged residents of the Greater Bay Area to set up a planned visit. Our Art Access docent-led tours are available during hours that the Museum is closed to the general public (Mondays and Tuesdays), in order to provide a less-crowded environment facilitating ease of movement and quiet contemplation. 

Sixteen of the Museum’s 30 studios are on the main floor; the other 14 are upstairs and can be toured by special arrangement (sorry, no elevator, but we do have ADA access).

Tour Info: 650-692- 2133 (office) or peninsulamuseum@gmail.com

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