The Museum, housed in a 1929 building designed by architect Julia Morgan, shows a mix of solo, group, and permanent collection exhibits featuring traditional and contemporary/modern art in four galleries and a mezzanine. Included in the collection are works of Kathe Kollwitz, Marc Chagall, and Corita Kent, as well as the works of local members and aspiring high school student artists.
Fifty-five 3,500-year-old clay works
Insight into a continent's 1st people through molten glass shaped into replicas of ancient artifacts
Embroidery panels and works on paper follow the epic journey of Syrian refugees into Europe
Bioregional maps and paintings about the intersections of history, color, medicine, and culture