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 ofÂ the local communityÂ through a program of art, education and community involvement.
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KidStudio AfterSchool is a wonderful program that brings the successful Triton Museum of Art KidStudio program for students in grades k-8th held onsite at the museum, to students at their local schools. This program provides exceptional fine-arts instruction in many art disciplines including drawing, painting, and sculpture. Triton Museum of Art educators encourage creativity by allowing students... View more
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2:30-4, 3-4:30, or 3:15-4:45
Classroom with running water, tables and chairs.
On-site at any local school
Registration fee per student $120 for 8 weeks or $150 for 10 weeks.
Cancelled class: If minimum enrollment is not met the Triton Museum of Art may cancel the class, and a full refund will be issued. You may also opt to transfer fees to another class at no extra charge.
Refunds: Students dropping a class up to one week prior to the start of class may receive a refund (less a $15 administrative fee).
Students dropping a class less than one week but prior to the start of the class may transfer to another class or withdraw and receive a credit. Credit is valid for 6 months to be used toward another class.
Day of and after the first class: No refunds or credits are given.
Illness In cases of emergency or serious illness, a leave of absence may be requested. All requests must be in writing and accompanied by a doctor’s note. If approved, credit may be given for those absences.
Absences: If the missed session is due to teacher absence, a make-up is scheduled. Missed classes/camps/workshops due to student absence are not made up.