de Saisset Museum

South Bay's free museum of art and history

Upcoming Programs

Brian Wall: Squaring the Circle Exhibition Reception

Thursday, April 9, 2015
Member and VIP Preview, 6-7 p.m.
General Reception, 7-8:30 p.m.

Brian-Wall, Long Ball, 2010

Join us for a reception celebrating Squaring the Circle, an exhibition of new work by Bay Area sculptor Brian Wall. Members and VIPs are invited to come early for an artist walk-through and preview of the exhibition. General guests may join the fun beginning at 7 p.m.

College Night

Thursday, April 16, 2015
7-10 p.m., free


Voted one of SCU's favorite campus events, College Night offers tons of fun, free art and entertainment for SCU students and the surrounding community. Enjoy food, live performances, a photo booth, scavenger hunt, raffle prizes, and more!

Voices of Partition

Thursday, April 23, 2015
6:30 p.m., free

Nearly 2 million people died and over 15 million were uprooted during the 1947 Partition of South Asia. Explore the Partition through a free screening and crowd-sourced survivor footage followed by witnesses sharing their stories. This program is co-presented by the 1947 Partition Archive and the de Saisset Museum with support from API Chaya.


Artist Lecture: Squeak Carnwath

Wednesday, April 29, 2015
7-8:30 p.m., free

Join us for a conversation with Bay Area artist Squeak Carnwath. Through a Q&A-style dialogue with the audience, Carnwath will share her thoughts, experiences, life and art. This program is co-sponsored by the de Saisset Museum and SCU's Department of Art and Art History.


Walk-through and Book Signing with Brian Wall

Wednesday, June 10, 2015
6:30 p.m., free

Brian Wall

Join sculptor Brian Wall for a walk-through of his exhibition, Squaring the Circle, and an exclusive book signing of the accompanying publication.

Images, top to bottom: Brian Wall, Long Ball, stainless steel, 2010, 115 x 84 x 68 in, Courtesy of Brian Wall. College Night 2011, photos courtesy of Ashely Pinnell. Brian Wall, 2015, photo Nicole Katano and Brian Wall, Byodo, 2009, stainless steel, 60 x 89 x 38 in., Courtesy of Brian Wall.