OMCA Blog: Posts tagged "Days of the Dead"

  • Bay Area artist Favianna Rodriguez painting Monarch Butterflies
    September 20, 2017
    Dear OMCA Friends and Supporters: Over the past year, the Oakland Museum of California has explored and highlighted art created to inspire social change—from Emory Douglas’ bold graphics for the Black Panther Party newspapers to Dorothea Lange’s heartrending photographs of the Japanese-American internment camps. In the coming year, we will have the joy of experiencing art made to transform, uplift, and connect—and to impact social change at the same time.
  • A woman with two children pose for a camera phone in the Oakland Museum of California Gardens
    December 29, 2016
    OMCA is where Oakland, and the Bay Area, comes together. Watch this video and celebrate the great memories we created together in 2016. From Altered State: Marijuana in California to All Power to the People: Black Panthers at 50, Lunar New Year to Days of the Dead, Ziggurat to Friday Nights @ OMCA, and the White Elephant Sale to gold panning, thank you for spending the year with OMCA! Let's make more memories together in 2017.   
  • Works by Wanda Quitiquit of the Pomo tribe. Photo: Kristen Loken
    November 2, 2016
    Find contemporary and traditional works by 20 local artisans at the third annual Indian Market at OMCA. Held November 4 from 3 to 9 pm and November 5 from 10 am to 4 pm, the event—created in partnership with News From Native California—highlights jewelry, basketry, and other items.   Keeping With Tradition
  • October 12, 2016
    The Oakland Museum of California’s largest annual event—the Days of the Dead Community Celebration—is one of the East Bay's most popular events for Días de los Muertos. This year’s Celebration on Sunday, October 16 marks the 22nd anniversary! Whether you come every year or you are just beginning to learn about the tradition, here are the top 10 tips to help you get the most out of this exciting day at OMCA.  
  • Photo: Odell Hussey Photography
    September 30, 2016
    How do you to celebrate the end of summer? Friday Nights @ OMCA, the Bay Area’s best weekly Friday Night event, in my humble opinion, is your go-to combination street festival/block party/happy hour/arts and culture/live music/food truck/family-friendly destination. 

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