Triton Museum of Art

Triton Museum of Art

The Triton Museum of Art collects and exhibits contemporary and historical works with an emphasis on artists of the Bay Area and California. It exists both to expand and embrace the lives of the local community through a program of art, education and community involvement.

The Museum offers a learning environment in which curiosity, experimentation, and spirited dialogue are encouraged. Its aim is for each visitor, regardless of age, background or ability, to experience the Museum with enthusiasm and success, empowered by new perspectives and ideas. It is committed to providing exceptional programs in the creation and understanding of art for individuals and families of all ages.


  1505 Warburton Avenue, Santa Clara, CA 95050

Santa Clara



Program description

ArtTours is a program held at the Triton Museum of Art that is designed for K-12 students from Title I schools. A majority of these students come from families that are low-income and may not have access to art.

During the program, students first explore different art genres through a guided tour led by a trained art educator. Then, a visual style observation allows students to engage with and critically think about two specific works of art. After this, a hands-on art activity related to the previous activities takes place at the museum’s classroom. Here, students are guided to creatively use elements of art, such as color, shape, and texture, to tell their own personal story.

Booking / scheduling contact

Triton Museum of Art

   (408) 247-0731

Program detail
Artistic discipline: Visual Arts
Cultural Origin:
Program type: Field Trip
Population served: Kindergarten, Grade 1, Grade 2, Grade 3, Grade 4, Grade 5, Grade 6, Grade 7, Grade 8, Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12
Subject: Fine Arts
Bilingual: No

Triton Museum of Art

Fees / Ticketing:

$165.00 per group