spoken word artist McTate StromanCelebrate the Arts 

You’ll find a wide range of arts, cultural activities and outlets for creative expression at De Anza.

Watch this video about the newest outdoor mural on campus!

"The World As It Is and the World We Want To See," created by De Anza art students working with Art instructor Eugene Rodriguez and Euphrat Museum director Diana Argabrite, to welcome students and employees who are returning to campus this spring.

Classes and Degree Programs

De Anza offers extensive classes and degree programs in the creative arts. Visit the Creative Arts Division webpages to learn more about classes and programs in

Exhibit and Performance Space

Arts and Activism: Upcoming Events

Be sure to check the Arts and Activism webpage to learn about upcoming performances, exhibitions, talks and workshops for the campus community!

front of Euphrat building

The Euphrat Museum of Art

An exhibition space and more, the Euphrat is a place to enjoy visual works by students and community artists, curated around thought-provoking themes. 

  • The Euphrat also hosts monthly "First Thursday" open-mic poetry nights and provides art education in local schools.

front of le Petit Trianon building

California History Center

Located in a reconstructed national landmark building, the California History Center includes classrooms and the Stocklmeir Library of historic materials. 

  • The center also has space for art exhibitions and other activities tied to the history and culture of California.

Visual and Performing Arts Center

VPAC stage

Performances and lectures are held frequently in this 400-seat showcase theater, located adjacent to the Euphrat Museum at the northeast corner of campus.

  • The VPAC offers both an intimate atmosphere and a state-of-the-art sound and projection system.
  • For rental information, visit the VPAC facility rental webpage.

Campus Video Tour: 
VPAC and Euphrat Museum

Campus Spotlight:
Visual & Performing Arts Center

Campus Spotlight: 
Euphrat Museum of Art

Campus Art Tour

You can see many striking works of art – including murals, sculptures and fountains – in various spots around campus. Click the button below to view a map and directions for a self-guided tour.

Take the Self-Guided Campus Art Tour

students in front of Chaos mural

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