OMCA Blog: Wishing You Were Here!

  • Museum visitor listening to interactive audio station about Roy De Forest at the Oakland Museum of California
    August 15, 2017
    Looking for something to do this weekend in the East Bay? Don't miss Of Dogs and Other People: The Art of Roy De Forest, closing on August 20, 2017. Perfect for both art-loving adults and families looking for fun things to do with children in Oakland, this exhibition takes you on a journey into the funky, imaginative world of one of California’s most influential artists.
  • March 13, 2017
    At OMCA, we like a good party. Friday Nights @ OMCA is where it’s at, whether you’re coming to see a special exhibition for half-price, getting down on the dance floor, or enjoying a drink at the bar and delicious eats from Off the Grid. We’ve got an amazing lineup for you every week this month, so make sure to stop by for these special installments of #OMCAFridays.
  • Out of the Box: The Rise of Sneaker Culture exhibition catalog.
    March 2, 2017
    March 2 marks annual Read Across America Day, a program of the National Education Association. Now in its 20th year, the event encourages students and adults alike to indulge in the incredible feeling of devouring a great book. Here are some great picks from the OMCA Store to get you started.
  • The White Elephant Sale is in a 96,000 square foot warehouse. Photo: Odell Hussey Photography
    March 1, 2017
    The annual White Elephant Sale is back for two days—March 4 and 5, 10 am to 4 pm both days. Don’t miss out on amazing finds from bikes and sports equipment to vintage hats, purses, and gloves, to vinyl records, furniture, dishware, and more. All proceeds from the event go to support the Oakland Museum of California’s programs and exhibitions. Whether it’s your first time attending or you’re a seasoned shopper, here are tips about how to make the most of the famed Sale.  
  • February 8, 2017
    At the Oakland Museum of California, our annual Lunar New year Celebration highlights the many Asian cultures represented around the Bay Area. Whether you come every year or you are just beginning to learn about these traditions, here are ten ways to engage with this colorful festival of good fortune.

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