Sunday, April 25, 2010
Continuing the time-honored, late-spring tradition, the museum will again open its doors to the public as part of Silicon Valley Open Studios. Potential patrons who were unable to secure tickets for Obscura Day have been granted a second chance, and other curiosity seekers will be welcomed. Visitors old and new will want to recommend the museum to their contacts, friends, acquaintances, followers, fans, correspondents, and any other such relationships that they may currently have.
Previous visitors should note that there will be the following NEW features this year:
- A newly remodeled forecourt, featuring the Garden of the Four Monks
- A display of prints from the Views of the Zymoglyphic Region series. Copies of the book will be available for sale on site.
- Sketches of the region, fresh from the curator's notebook, fleeting impressions captured in slapdash but intriguing pencil drawings.
Copies of the museum's Guide Book will be available for sale at a slight discount, and the curator will of course be available to help solve any museum-related mysteries (although there are no guarantees of satisfactory answers). Photography is encouraged and selected results will be highlighted by inclusion in one of the museum's Flickr galleries.
Directions may be found here. Those who are internal-combustion-challenged should note that the museum is a 10-15 minute walk from the Hillsdale train station.