art pieces on display in the gallery

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:

1st Thursday

  • Open mic event
  • Thursday, May 6
  • 7:30 to 8:30 p.m.

First Thursday - man with guitar

Join us online for this monthly open mic event, hosted by McTate Stroman II, with special guests

  • Lailani Africa, singer and songwriter, De Anza alum
  • Poetess Kalamu Chaché, youth advocate, poet laureate of East Palo Alto
  • Matt Sedillo, author of "Mowing Leaves of Grass"
  • Uncle Todd, comedian, former Comedy Store host

If you'd like to perform, please email


Sources of Solace

Explore what makes us feel connected in challenging times! 

Sabogal Strauss Rest

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.


Student Art Show

Regaining Power - Marie Serda

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.


Taste of History

Taste of History

We're planning another live event in the Taste of History series, to be held in spring 2021.


Sabogal Strauss Rest

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.

arts in schools

Arts and Schools

Arts education and public art projects for the campus and community

exterior view

Visit Us!

The Euphrat is currently closed because of shelter-at-home health directives. You can still enjoy our online exhibitions, including Sources of Solace and our 2020-2021 Student Art Show.


flying books on display in the gallery