OMCA Blog: How We Did It...

  • 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
    OMCA is re-opening with free admission on Juneteenth weekend, June 18–20, and a special Members Premiere weekend from June 11–13. We’re excited to welcome you back to our galleries and gardens. Our staff picked some favorite artworks, exhibitions, and spots that we’ve missed while we’ve been closed this past year and can’t wait to share with you again.
  • 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.
  • Skeleton doll with words reading: 26th Virtual El Día de los Muertos Community Celebration, October 25, 2020
    November 18, 2020
    “Yes, we miss meeting over cafecito in a noisy coffee shop. The pandemic will pass, and we will return to each other’s side because we are sheltered in our traditions.” -- 2020 DMC Ritualist/Performance Subcommittee Members
  • A large crowd sits in the James Moore Theater
    June 17, 2020
    OMCA's symposium on January 25, 2020 invited visitors to learn how public art can interrogate systems of injustice, celebrate community, and more. 

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