OMCA Blog: All Posts

  • Children dancing during Friday Nights @ OMCA
    January 4, 2018
    Don’t you love that fresh feeling that comes with the start of a new year? We do, too, and here at the Oakland Museum of California our January is full of events and experiences you won’t want to miss. 
  • Reuben Margolin planning in his studio.
    January 3, 2018
    Here at OMCA, we are big fans of Articulate with Jim Cotter, a weekly public television show from WHYY, Philadelphia’s PBS and NPR member-station, that explores how creative thinkers help shape our understanding of the world to share selections from the series. Articulate presents a mix of topic features and profiles of some of today’s leading artists, including great thinkers based in California.
  • Dancers enjoy Friday Nights at OMCA
    January 2, 2018
    Celebrate the great memories we created together in 2017. The Oakland Museum of California is where Oakland, and the Bay Area, comes together, and we couldn't have done it without you. Thank you for supporting OMCA!
  • Maggie Nelson walking down the street
    December 27, 2017
    Here at OMCA, we are big fans of Articulate with Jim Cotter, a weekly public television show from WHYY, Philadelphia’s PBS and NPR member-station, that explores how creative thinkers help shape our understanding of the world to share selections from the series. Articulate presents a mix of topic features and profiles of some of today’s leading artists, including great thinkers based in California.
  • The crowd outside of the Oakland Museum of California before the Women's March. Photo: Scott Moulton
    December 20, 2017
    In the past year on the Oakland Museum of California Blog, we’ve covered everything from the joining the Women’s March to supporting the #DayOfFacts from our own collections; revealing Dorothea Lange’s personal archive to unveiling a custom mural in Oak Street Plaza; sharing interviews from activists at the Dakota Access Pipeline to offering our own Citizen Science projects you can do at home. We’re proud to tell stories from and about our community, sharing topics from inside the Museum walls and beyond.

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