OMCA Blog: Engaging Exhibitions

  • Carlos Villa, Untitled, on view at OMCA
    May 4, 2022
    Take a tour of OMCA's explore Gallery of California Art this month to get inspired by some of the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) artists' works we have on view. These seven diverse artists all explore themes related to their heritage but bring a distinctly California point of view to their art. » Buy Tickets Ruth Asawa, Untitled, 1974
  • Cordell Bank exhibit at OMCA featuring underwater fish and coral
    April 20, 2022
    Celebrate Earth Day this year by going inside, inside the Gallery of Natural Science at OMCA to discover parts of our state you may have never known existed.
  • Two men looking at two Diebenkorn paintings at OMCA
    April 13, 2022
    An offline/online celebration of the singular artist’s beautiful, mysterious body of work. 
  • OMCA staff installing Fletcher Benton's M sculpture
    March 25, 2022
    “Without the voice of the people, the Oakland Museum of California might have become just another museum.”–OMCA 5th anniversary publication  “Right from the start, it was obvious that it had to be a ‘people’s museum,’ a gift from the people to themselves.”  - Kevin Roche, Museum architect
  • Four slices of art by women artists at OMCA
    March 8, 2022
    Through intense observation of the natural world, consumption, material culture, and waste, these California-based women artists approach their craft as a form of cultural critique. All of these artists’ works are currently on view at the Oakland Museum of California. Get tickets to see these four artists’ works and other California-based women artists. 

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