Upcoming Exhibitions

From Hogarth to Hundertwasser: A Passion for Prints

May 24 - August 24, 2014


Hundertwasser - Look At It On A Rainy Day Series - Waves Of Love

Friedensreich Hundertwasser, Regentag on Waves of Love,
1971/1972, silkscreen in 23 ink and metal colors on paper.

Opening Reception on May 24th from 6-8pm, please click here for tickets.

This exhibition features a rich collection of fine art prints dating from the fifteenth century to the present including work by Albrecht Durer, William Hogarth, Wassily Kandinsky, Hundertwasser and Francisco Zuniga. It reflects the passions of a Sonoma County collector who has acquired prints for more than six decades. 















Siberia: In the Eyes of Russian Photographers                           

June 14 - August 17, 2014


Exhibit 2014- Siberia

Anastasia Rudenko, Krasnoyarsk, November 2010,
Chromogenic, 22 1/4 x 27 1/4.

This exhibition brings photographs of Siberia by Russian photographers to the American public for the first time.  Photographs span over 130 years, beginning with the late 19th century and continuing to the present.  They cover rural and urban scenes, native peoples, agriculture and industry, Russian frontier settlements, the Gulag, religion, and everyday life.  The photographs are on loan from the Foundation for International Arts and Education.



















Hole in the Head: Birth of the Environmental Movement

November 1, 2014 - February 8, 2015


Exhibit 2014- Hole In Head

An exhibition about Sonoma County’s environmental legacy, focusing on two historic battles: the fight over a nuclear power plant at Bodega Head (the initial phase of plant’s construction was nicknamed “the Hole in the Head”) and the struggle over public access to the coastline in the 1960s. It is approaching fifty years beyond these early examples of environmental activism, and it is the Museum’s goal to collect video and audio stories from the individuals involved in these struggles to incorporate into an exhibition. The project will include an in-gallery exhibition featuring text, photographs, artifacts and multimedia—mostly in the form of edited video interviews. The interviews will include new video collected for this project, as well as edited segments from a rich collection of existing video histories in SCM’s collection.  In addition, the project will include a web-based virtual exhibition with images, maps, text and video clips that will broaden the reach of the gallery exhibition, allowing it to live on beyond its existence in the gallery and linking the project to more contemporary issues.