These programs support and expand on themes presented in NUMU's art and history exhibitions. Hear directly from artists, historians, scientists, and experts.
Coffee Tawk with NUMU Executive Director and Guest Tawker
Thurs, Feb. 21 | 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Free with Admission | Free for NUMU Members
February’s Topic: Explore NUMU’s Permanent Collection
Get a rare and inside look into the NUMU Collections Lab with Exhibitions & Collections Manager, Cristiano Colantoni. See where and how NUMU's extensive collection of art and historical artifacts are stored when not on exhibit. Learn about the museum's digital cataloging project. And, get pro tips on how to preserve family heirlooms.
P.S. Food and drink are not allowed in the collections lab, so please enjoy your coffee and cookie before you join the tawk.
History of the Teenager with Dr. Elizabeth Sweet
Sat, Mar 23rd 2019 | 4:30-6pm
Free for Members and 18 and under | General Admission $10
Join us for an enlightening discussion with noted sociologist and TEDx speaker, Dr. Elizabeth Sweet as we explore topics examining the history of the teenager in the 20th and 21st centuries. NUMU Exhibitions Manager Cristiano Colantoni will lead the exhibition tour and journalist and podcast host, Sarah Lai Stirland will moderate the discussion. (this program is generously supported by Ron Cassel)
About Sis Boom Bah! The Life and Times of Los Gatos High School
A three-dimensional yearbook-style exhibition that explores what it has meant to be a LGHS Wildcat over the course of the school's 100 years+ history.
For complete exhibition information, go here: http://www.numulosgatos.org/sbb
To rsvp, go here: http://www.numulosgatos.org/sbb-events-happenings-history-of-the-teenager-rsvp
Artist Reception | Warren Chang
February 23rd, 2019 | 2-3pm
Meet artist Warren Chang at a reception celebrating the opening of an exhibition of his large-scale paintings, Voice of the Fields, on view in the Spotlight Gallery. A virtual tour of Chang's Carmel studio and insight into his artistic practice is also on view in the exhibition, In The Artist's Studio, in the Mike and Alyce Parsons Reception area.