Art Events are held on Sundays and free unless otherwise noted.
July 4: The Museum is closed for the holiday.
July 28, Sunday, 2-4pm: Opening Receptions: Irene Imfeld (Decker A Gallery) and Charles Anselmo (Decker B Gallery); Shows run through October 6. Margaret Chen (Studios Gallery); Show runs through September 1.
Aug 18, Sunday, 2 – 4 p.m.: Opening Receptions (North, East, and Arabella's Galleries): Robin Apple, Katie Revilla, Sudnya Shroff
September 15, Sunday, 2 p.m. Q & A Artist Talk: Charles Anselmo, Irene Imfeld
September 15, Sunday, 1-3 p.m.: Artist Reception for Ellen Howard (Studios Gallery)
October 20, Sunday, 2 p.m. Q & A Artist Panel Discussion: Robin Apple, Katie Revilla, Sudnya Shroff
Who: You, your kids, friends and relatives!
What: Serious Play @PMA!
When: Saturday, August 3
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, join us on the first Saturday of the month for our FREE art expeditions and hands-on art making activities in our learning spaces. Come on out to play! See you at PMA!
Questions? Email us at: email@example.com
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 (firstname.lastname@example.org). 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 email@example.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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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