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Kaleid Gallery
A gallery of fine art, limited editions and creative gifts all housed in 6,000 sq ft space. Local artists display their works on their own wall here and new work is always being rotated in. In addition to original art, prints, and posters, KALEID also offers handmade greeting cards, jewelry, ceramics, and glass works for sa…
South 1st Fridays
San Jose's SoFA District has history, independent retailers, cafes, restaurants, nightclubs, museums, galleries and is the creative center of downtown. Many of these unique venues participate in the South FIRST FRIDAYS art walk by presenting exciting exhibitions, live music and special performances on the first Friday of ea…
San Jose State University
Travelers often overlook the various cultural attractions that make up the university experience but some of the best undiscovered talent can be found on a campus. Catch a music or theater performance at one of the school's state of the art facilities, or root for the home team at any of San Jose State's fine athletic event…
Anno Domini Gallery
Anno Domini is a celebrated San Jose art gallery devoted to contemporary art and artists. The gallery has a specific focus on urban contemporary art and culture. Founded in 2000, the gallery has hosted a wide array of exhibitions that include up-and-coming artists as well as emerging art forms. If you are intrigued by cutti…
City Hall Rotunda
The City Hall Rotunda is a landmark building that serves as a hub of civic and cultural activity. Playing host to indoor and outdoor special events including receptions, weddings, banquets, lectures, concerts and presentations. Above the main floor of the Rotunda sits the Rotunda Mezzanine. Here guests enjoy views of the ma…
Downtown San Jose Public Art Walk
Awe inspiring pieces of public work can be found around almost every corner in San Jose, especially downtown. From the airport to the convention center, to City Hall, San Jose State University and throughout the city's core campus, there are a number of amazing public art installations; some are even interactive. Look out f…
Higher Fire Clayspace and Gallery
Higher Fire is both a teaching studio and a contemporary ceramics gallery. Classes for adults in wheel throwing and hand building are offered in many packages to suit a variety of schedules. Workshops are offered by local and nationally known potters. Private lessons and parties may also be arranged. The gallery features wo…
History Park at Kelley Park
Walking in to History Park at Kelley Park is literally like taking a step back in time. The historical and cultural campus featuring 19 partner organizations who each tell their own history in their own words, captures the beginnings of San Jose in a fresh, fun, authentic, educational and fascinating way. With an event …
Japanese American Museum of San Jose
The Japanese American Museum of San Jose (JAMsj) showcases a unique collection of permanent and rotating exhibits chronicling more than a century of Japanese American history. Visitors will learn about early immigration of Japanese to America, their leadership in the agricultural community, their incarceration during World …
MACLA
MACLA/Movimiento de Arte y Cultura Latino Americana is an inclusive contemporary arts space grounded in the Chicano/Latino experience that incubates new visual, literary and performance art in order to engage people in civic dialogue and community transformation
Montalvo Arts Center
Visit the beautiful grounds at Montalvo Arts Center. Take a hike up the hillside for an amazing view of the valley, or have a picnic on the front lawn. Montalvo presents a diverse array of world-class performers in a variety of musical genres, comedy, theatre, dance, and other performing arts in the beautiful outdoor Lilian…
Museum of Quilts and Textiles
The mission of the San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles is to promote the art, craft and history of quilts and textiles. Textile art transcends cultural, ethnic, age and gender boundaries and encompasses traditional as well as contemporary forms. The museum provides a serious venue for all artists working with textiles,…
Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum
The Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum began with one small artifact, a Sekhmet (lion goddess) statue, which stood on the desk of H. Spencer Lewis, the founder of the Rosicrucian Order, AMORC. Today the Museum, with over 4,000 artifacts, houses the largest collection of authentic ancient Egyptian artifacts on display in Western No…
San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA)
The ICA has long been committed to presenting exhibitions that include visually compelling and conceptually challenging contemporary art, as well as a variety of educational programs intended to help our audiences reflect upon these works. Exhibitions are presented in three galleries and the space is activated by opening re…
San Jose McEnery Convention Center
Located in the Downtown core with its own parking garage, the Convention Center boasts 372,754 sq. ft. of total space, is connected to two hotels, is within walking distance of 5 additional hotels, multiple visual and performing arts facilities and an abundance of restaurants. The Center and its surroundings are connected b…
San Jose Museum of Art
Specializing in art and artists of the West Coast, the San Jose Museum of Art is a popular tourist attraction for art lovers and cultural enthusiasts. Many of the exhibitions are devoted to California artists, but there is a growing interest in arts of the Pacific Rim. When you visit the museum, you can expect to witness a …
SLG Art Boutiki and Gallery
SLG Publishing's Art Boutiki & Gallery is San Jose's swankiest spot for comic books, graphic novels and cool stuff. The gallery/store is stocked with the complete line of SLG comics and other products as well as select comics, graphic novels and toys from other publishers and producers. The Boutiki is also the home to s…
Works/San Jose
Works/San Jose is “the” place for the south bay community to experiment, exhibit, and engage. Founded in 1977 by local artists, Works “success is in the process” philosophy and unique range of opportunities allow artists, curators, and the community to take creative risks. Works is an alternative non-profit art and performa…