OMCA Blog: Posts tagged "OMCA"

  • Black and white image of a woman wearing a welder's mask
    March 31, 2020
    March, Women’s History Month, may be wrapping up, but we’re always excited to celebrate some of our favorite female artists with you.
  • Lori and Kelly take a selfie in front of the burning man
    October 4, 2019
    OMCA Staff recount their adventures at Burning Man just in time for our newest exhibition.
  • Black and white archival image of the OMCA amphitheater filled with people
    September 18, 2019
    We turned 50 on September 20 and had a blast celebrating with you!
  • A photo of 3 people smiling at the camera, with Lori Fogarty in the center holding an award
    July 1, 2019
    The Oakland Museum of California is honored to be the recipient of the Heart of Oakland award by the Oakland Chamber of Commerce. 
  • A black and white image of OMCA's peace terrace with Lake Merritt in the background
    June 11, 2019
    Brittany Bradley, OMCA’s Intellectual Property and Imaging Coordinator, not only handles photographing, digitizing, and reproducing collection materials at the Museum, she’s also a skilled wet-plate collodion photographer. We sat down with Brittany to talk about how her artistic passion combines with work in OMCA’s newest exhibition, Pushing West: The Photography of Andrew J. Russell.

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