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  • Stephen Shames, Untitled (Funeral for George Jackson, Oakland), 1971. © Stephen Shames / Polaris, courtesy of the photographer [detail]
    October 8, 2016–February 12, 2017

    Coinciding with the Black Panther Party's 50th anniversary in October 2016, the exhibition All Power to the People presents a contemporary view on the legacy of this visionary group, told from multiple perspectives. 

  • Julie Plasencia, 952 Chester Street, 2003. Giclée print, 16" h x 16" w. Courtesy of the artist [detail]
    July 23–October 30, 2016

    What does home mean to you? Oakland, I want you to know… gets at the heart of this important question during a time of accelerating social, economic, and demographic change in West Oakland, as seen through the eyes of the community.

  • Through Fall 2016

    Celebrate the Golden State Warriors’ 2015 NBA Championship and 2015-16 record-breaking season in this new installation in the Gallery of California History. Get up close with authentic 2015 championship memorabilia and items worn by individual players. 

  • Through June 2017

    This exhibition takes a look at the wildly diverse and intricate world of one of the most important creatures to human agriculture and the natural environment, through family-friendly experiences, hands-on activities, and media.

Past Exhibitions

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