All of our programs are designed to nurture creativity. We offer space for students to learn, question, grow and experiment in our award-winning Finn Center and new Roy and Ruth Rogers Wing.
CSMA brings the joy of the arts to thousands of students across Silicon Valley each year at our Mountain View campus. Opened in 2004, Finn Center was designed by renowned San Francisco architecture firm Mark Cavagnero Associates. The building provides a beautiful, light-filled venue for experiencing the arts and includes concert space in Tateuchi Hall, private lesson and recital rooms, a spacious ceramics studio, art and early childhood classrooms and a gallery for community exhibitions.
The Roy & Ruth Rogers Wing
Construction of the new Roy and Ruth Rogers Wing began in September 2020 and was completed in August 2021. The new building honors Ruth Rogers, who was an inspiring music teacher and founder of the music education program in Mountain View schools. When Ruth retired from teaching, the program was transferred to CSMA, where it continues to grow and is now known as Music4Schools. The Rogers have demonstrated outstanding, long-term support of our mission.
The site includes:
- Spacious classrooms
- New digital lab
- Additional parking and restrooms
- Outdoor space with beautiful landscaping
Since its opening in 2004, Mohr Gallery’s goal has been to bring art exhibitions to the community that facilitate discovery and inspiration. In keeping with CSMA’s mission of providing arts for all, exhibitions are free and open to the public. The name honors CSMA supporters Larry Mohr and Nancy Huxtable Mohr. The Gallery showcases diverse artwork from seasoned professionals, emerging artists and student groups.Past exhibitions have included a wide range of mediums, including painting, engraving, ceramic art, installations, photography, textiles, jewelry, metalwork, sculpture, bookmaking and historic artifacts.
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