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This Museum-wide photography exhibition is centered on the theme of identity. Loosely broken into three subthemes: self, social and gender, we present artworks to stimulate reflection and lively discussion. In the 1st floor Lezin Gallery, we take a historical look at the evolution of the family portrait, showcasing both the tools and products of different [...]
Long-term exhibit; History Gallery 2nd Floor. The Museum’s installation is devoted to a thematic and topical interpretation of county history, from its earliest days to its more recent past. Dedicated to the uniqueness and diversity of Santa Cruz County and its residents, the exhibit describes native peoples, the Mission period, early immigrants, early industries, and [...]
Permanent Exhibit. The Mary and Harry Blanchard Sculpture Garden is a new exhibition space designed to showcase outdoor sculpture from the Museum’s permanent collection. The rooftop gallery is also an inviting space in which to view Santa Cruz and the surrounding mountains. The garden presently showcases a large scale granite sculpture by Davenport artist Richard [...]