NARM Quarterly Winter 2021 - Page 4

Saratoga, California


Get a glimpse of the past while visiting the Saratoga History Museum. A 1904 building nestled against the hillside, the turn-of-the century former drugstore contains displays of artifacts and photographs from early Saratoga. Trace Saratoga's colorful history from the Muwekma Ohlone Indians, early lumbermills, fertile prune orchards, dancing champagne fountains of Paul Masson to the present stately charm of the area through exhibits. Saratoga takes pride in its legendary residents-- Senator Phelan who created the famed Villa Montalvo center of arts; Theodore Wores, a famous plein air artist; Isabel Stine who built the lovely Hakone gardens; Kathleen Norris, prolific write or novels; vintner Paul Masson; actresses Olivia deHavilland and Joan Fontaine and more.

Saratoga Historical Foundation

MUSAN: Museo de los Santos y Arte Nacional

San Juan, Puerto Rico


More than a traditional museum, MUSAN Arts Center is a community-based cultural center that celebrates Puerto Rico's rich artistic patrimony as an inspiration for emerging artists. MUSAN is a place where new ideas are encouraged and unexpected results are a measure of success.

Located in the Santurce Arts District of San Juan - MUSAN is easy to reach from major hotels and cruise ship docks.

The Mountain Artists Guild, Inc.

Prescott, Arizona


The Mountain Artists Guild is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to fostering education and appreciation of the visual arts within the Prescott, Arizona community. We provide a welcoming environment, educational resources, and a vehicle to promote the fellowship of artists and artisans through membership, Art Center activities, and Galleries, in support of our mission.

meet our newest narm members