Photos: Peninsula Museum of Art Finds a New Home

Long situated in Belmont, the museum expanded March 16 into a new space in Burlingame.

Situated for many years in Belmont in Twin Pikes Park, the Peninsula Museum of Art reopened on March 16 at its new, more spacious location in Burlingame on 1777 California Drive.

In addition to the museum and four galleries, the new space includes the recently formed Pacific Art Institute, a studio complex where 25 local artists produce their work. 

For more information, visit the museum's website

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Judi April 10, 2013 at 03:35 PM
I think it is sad and unnerving that Belmont pushes away these art resources. Most other cities clamor to get this element in their city fabric! Now we have empty space at Barrett where 1870 Gallery was, and will turn the Manor building which was improved & cared for by local artists, into another empty space. Oh yeah, rent it out... that is NOT a "community" use. Belmont taxpayers purchased this property for the Belmont COMMUNITY... not as a real estate investment. We have lost our culture!


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