You’ll find a wide range of arts, cultural activities and outlets for creative expression at De Anza.
- You can take classes, earn a degree or prepare for a career in the visual arts, music or other performing arts.
- Catch a performance or an exhibition at one of our campus venues.
- Or simply enjoy the many striking works of outdoor art that are scattered around our campus.
NEW! Check out this video about acclaimed muralist (and De Anza alum) Sam Rodriguez and the creation of a special commemorative mural – "Justice, Equity, Peace" – for the college's 50th anniversary.
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
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 open-mic poetry nights and provides art education in local schools.
California History Center: Located in a reconstructed national landmark building, the California History Center includes classrooms, the Stocklmeir Library of historic materials and a space for art exhibitions and other activities tied to the history and culture of California.
Visual and Performing Arts Center: Performances and lectures are
held frequently in this 400-seat showcase theater. Located adjacent to the Euphrat Museum, the VPAC offers both an intimate atmosphere and a state-of-the-art sound and projection system.
Don't forget to keep an eye out for many striking works of art – including murals, sculptures and fountains – in various spots around campus. Download the campus art map and take a stroll.