OMCA Blog: Posts tagged "Oakland"

  • W.S. King and Conwell Graphic Companies, Lest They Parish, circa 1915. Poster, 18.5 x 12.375 in. Collection of the Oakland Museum of California, Gift of American Committee for relief in the near east.
    December 18, 2016
    History, of course, is not just what is written in textbooks; it is ever-present and ever-evolving, as visitors are experiencing firsthand in a dynamic section of the Gallery of California History at the Oakland Museum of California. With the title “History Now,” this space invites visitors to make connections between past and present issues and respond to thought-provoking questions.
  • Odell Hussey Photography
    December 15, 2016
    While you and your loved ones are around this holiday season, stop by OMCA for a break from all the hubbub. With new exhibitions on view, special hours, and treats for yourself and your loved ones, check out these great ways to spend your holidays at the Museum of Us.
  • Alex Frantz Ghassan sitting in exhibition Oakland, I want you to know... Photo by Forrealism.com
    December 7, 2016
    "Oakland, I want you to know I am honored you allowed my lens to capture your story.” —Alex Frantz Ghassan
  • November 21, 2016
    If you’re trying think of things to be grateful for this holiday season, why not add bees to your list? These fuzzy insects are pollinating powerhouses, and without them we could potentially lose up to a third of our food supply. Here are five Thanksgiving dishes that we enjoy thanks to bees.
  • Kenneth Green, Sr., untitled (self-portrait). Courtesy of Kenneth Green, Jr.
    November 17, 2016
    Kenneth Green, Sr. was the first African American staff photographer at The Oakland Tribune. He documented cultural and civic life in Oakland from 1968 until his tragic death in 1982 at the age of 40. Green’s photography included images of history-making candidates like Ron Dellums and the beginning of the Black Panther Party.

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