• Two women enjoying extended Friday hours at OMCA

    Friday Nights at OMCA with Off the Grid every Friday from 5–9 pm

  • Two kids playing with trains at OMCA Kids: Nature Playspace

    OMCA Kids: Nature Playspace now open!

  • woman lounging on a chair as part of "Hella Feminist' at OMCA

    'Hella Feminist' a new exhibition opens July 29th

  • Edith Heath applies a handle to a mug using clay.

    Now On View - 'Edith Heath: A Life in Clay'

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Fri. 11 am–9 pm
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Sunday: 11 am–5 pm - Town Fare is closed (5/22)
Monday: CLOSED
Tuesday: CLOSED
Wednesday: 11 am–5 pm
Thursday: 11 am–5 pm
Friday: 11 am–9 pm
Saturday: 11 am–5 pm (Town Fare and the garden are closed 5/21)
 
New Year's Day: CLOSED for New Year's Day
Fourth of July: CLOSED for Fourth of July
Thanksgiving: CLOSED for Thanksgiving
Christmas: CLOSED for Christmas
MLK Day: OPEN for MLK Day
 

Black excellence: six artworks you must see at OMCA

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Black excellence, the celebration of triumph and ascendancy in the Black community, is a mentality backed by actions of leadership and perseverance. As part of OMCA's reimagination of the collection-building process from one that was largely passive to one that actively engages and prioritizes individuals who are often marginalized and excluded from cultural institutions, we present four recent acquisitions that exemplify Black excellence along with two pieces from OMCA's collection.

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