Experience the Euphrat!
More than a museum, the Euphrat creates an experiential environment for visual ideas and communication. Our comprehensive program of arts, education, public art programs and lectures stimulate creativity and interest in art among audiences of all ages.
Be inspired by the challenging exhibitions and accompanying educational programs. Engage in the development of creative solutions for our times. Experience the Euphrat through our collaborative art projects and these online events and shows:
Taste of History
- Thursday, May 20
- 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Our spring event in this year's "Taste of History" series is titled "Hope Takes Shape." It will feature Asian American and Pacific Islander musicians, poets and artists – celebrating the power of the arts and humanities in sharing and preserving our diverse stories and languages, and giving us opportunities to hear one another.
The program will include a "Hoisan-Wa Talk Story" performance with the award-winning Del Sol String Quartet and poets Genny Lim, Flo Oy Wong and Nellie Wong. More highlights include
- Singer-songwriter Lolah – presenting original songs in Vietnamese and English
- Musicians Satish and Ashish Tare – performing a tabla percussion piece
- Artist Juliana Kang-Robinson – previewing the "Hope and Solace" public poetry project with Cupertino Poet Laureate Jing Jing Yang and youth poet Alaina Gupta
Sources of Solace
Explore what makes us feel connected in challenging times!
This online exhibition of local artists' work was developed in conjunction with the 2021 Silicon Valley Reads campaign, which features books on the theme of Connecting.
NEW See additional selections in the Interconnected gallery.
1st Thursday Open Mic
- Thursday, June 3
- 7:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Join us online for this monthly open mic event, hosted by McTate Stroman II, with special guests.
If you'd like to perform, please email email@example.com
Please check back for information on how to attend.
Student Art Show
You can still view the work of nearly 70 student artists who contributed to our 2020 online exhibition, including pieces inspired by the pandemic and its effects on society.
In the Museum
Sources of Solace
An evolving virtual exhibition that explores what makes us feel more connected to life and each other in challenging times.LEARN MORE
Arts and Schools
Arts education and public art projects for the campus and communityLEARN MORE