This Spring, the Temecula Valley Museum is delighted to offer a new exhibit, cultural activities, and a new art mural! The Temecula Valley Museum invites guests of all ages to visit and enjoy these local opportunities for Arts, Culture & Entertainment!
New Exhibit: History In Your Pocket
The Temecula Valley Museum presents a self-produced exhibit titled History In Your Pocket. The common features contained in a modern smartphone have a history full of inspiration and innovation. The exhibit celebrates the evolution of numerous inventions that are now all available on one portable device. Using a vast array of artifacts from the museum’s archived collections, the exhibit illustrates their history, and how they have become obsolete thanks to the smart phone. Join us as we explore the impact the smartphone has had on all sorts of inventions — and see just how much history there is in your pocket! This exhibit runs FRI, APR 8, 2022 through SUN, JUN 12, 2022.
Second Saturday: A Cultural Celebration
Celebrate culture with us with the Second Saturday program! On the second Saturday monthly, from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm, we showcase a different culture through food, entertainment, crafts, activities, and a free art lesson with City of Temecula Instructor Tony Moramarco of Bigfoot Art Classes. The next scheduled event will be:
MAY 14, 2022 GUAM
Celebrate Asian Pacific Heritage Month with us as we learn about the culture of the Island Nation of Guam. Enjoy Guamanian food which include lumpia from Cora’s Bakery and tastes from Espadín; a scenic craft featuring Guam’s marine life and other defining characteristics of the country; live dance performance by the Kutturan Chamoru Foundation; and a free art lesson inspired by the country’s tropical landscape.
New Student Mural Art: Wildlife of the Temecula Valley
Features a mural from Springs Charter School inspired by Temecula Valley wildlife and created in the iconic style of American artist Keith Haring. This mural will be on display throughout the months of MAY and JUN. Experience #TheArtOfLivingInTemecula.
For more information, please visit TemeculaValleyMuseum.org, or call (951) 694-6450.