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Silicon Valley Sculpture 2020

  • Address:
    1000 El Camino Real
    Atherton, CA 94027
  • Time: Time Varies by Day
  • Price: See website

The Silicon Valley Sculpture (SVS) fine art fair is the primary fundraiser for Menlo Park Public Art (MPPA), a nonprofit organization with the goal of defining Silicon Valley through public art.

By exhibiting large scale sculptures in the heart of Silicon Valley, we are increasing access to art in an area where the importance of technology has often surpassed the recognition of other forms of culture.

In addition to large-scale fine art sculptures with a narrative exhibited in a natural environment, the event will include performance art pieces that draw attention to pressing issues facing the Silicon Valley community, such as privacy, equality, displacement. 

This year´s theme is "Past, Present, Progressive." An art walk will guide visitors through sculptures that represent all three ideas, ending at Florence Moore Hall on the Menlo College Campus, where art performances will take place.


September 25, Friday

1 to 5 pm - Private Viewing, Menlo College Campus
6 pm - Opening reception and Enchanted Soirée, Menlo College President´s House

September 26, Saturday

10 am to 6 pm - Art Fair open for visitors, Menlo College Campus
2-3 pm and 4-5 pm - Panel Discussions Florence D. Moore Hall, Menlo College Campus.
6 pm - Artist reception for Rotraut Morquay Klein with art talk, Art Ventures Gallery, Menlo Park 

September 27, Sunday

9 am to 2 pm - Art Fair open for visitors, Menlo College Campus
2 pm - Silent and Live Auction, Menlo College Campus (30% of sales proceeds will support Menlo Park Public Art Program)

Free parking on Menlo College campus, 1000 El Camino Real, Atherton, see map.

Tickets go on sale March 1st