OMCA Blog: All Posts

  • A view of the Dora Milaje piece from our Mothership exhibition.
    October 26, 2021
    Due to extraordinary weather conditions on Sunday, October 24, OMCA experienced some water damage to our campus. Leaking occurred from the upper level of the Museum, entering the Great Hall gallery below where our special exhibition Mothership: Voyage Into Afrofuturism is on view and where our upcoming exhibition Edith Heath: A Life in Clay is being installed. There has been no damage to any of the artifacts or artworks in the galleries and no impact on visitor or staff safety. 
  • Rear view of a man looking at a piece from the Black Panther exhibit.
    July 29, 2021
  • An intricate woven wire copper sculpture on the outside of OMCA
    June 8, 2021
    Herea are some of the OMCA staff picks for favorite artworks, exhibitions, and spots on campus. Check out this list and get excited to revisit your favorites! Timed tickets are available here.  Untitled, Ruth AsawaOak Street entrance
  • Green community sign at OMCA
    June 3, 2021
    After these many months of sheltering-in-place, we are finally at a time when we will gradually bring staff back on campus, followed by you, our visitors. We know this moment brings anticipation and excitement, but also perhaps anxiety and concern. For these reasons, our extraordinary OMCA Safety Team has been hard at work putting in place the greatest possible safety precautions to ensure your safety and the safety of all those around us.
  • 4 Oakland Women's Board members smile at the camera at the White Elephant Sale
    March 26, 2021
    As we near the end of this year’s Women’s History Month celebration, we want to highlight The Oakland Museum Women’s Board.

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