Friday Nights at OMCA Featuring Weaving The Possible Futures: A Conversation on Fem Gender Identity; A.B.L.U.N.T. Collective
March 31 from 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Close out Women’s History Month with a conversation on fem gender identity and a DJ lineup curated by the A.B.L.U.N.T Collective at OMCA.
5–8 pm – Off the Grid Service
5–5:50 pm – DJ BLACK (Amphitheater)
5:50–6 pm – Performance by Flavia (Amphitheater)
6–6:45 pm – DJ Fiera (Amphitheater)
7–7:05 pm – Opening poem by Vision (James Moore Theater)
7:05–7:55 pm – Weaving The Possible Futures Panel Conversation (James Moore Theater)
7:55–8 pm – Closing poem by Vision (James Moore Theater)
7–8:50 pm – DJ KINGBOO B2B MADRE GUI (Amphitheater)
Join us at OMCA to learn from the experiences of women and the projects they invest their energy in. Starting at 5 pm, commune with the panelists in discussion about how women’s efforts uplift other women in their communities and beyond, weaving new patterns to new futures to access resources for all women to empower us in this life.
“We, in our communities, continue to demand equity and safety from the violence of capitalism, white supremacy and patriarchy and when we are not heard, we come together to create our own tapestries of safety.”
Panelists: Shanette, Amelian, Jade, Women’s Freedom Center and Alita (moderator).
Enjoy music by a DJ lineup curated by the A.B.L.U.N.T Collective throughout the night from 5 to 9 pm.
About the A.B.L.U.N.T. Collective
Club A.B.L.U.N.T. started in 1993 by a group of queer women of color in San Francisco. A.B.L.U.N.T. stood for Asians Blacks Latinas Uniting New Tribes. We are back this year with a new formation. The new generation of A.B.L.U.N.T. (Asians Blacks Latinx Uniting with Native Tribes) is committed to growth and learning within ourselves and our community. We are utilizing our platforms to amplify voices that are not being heard and organizing events in the community.
The Oakland Museum of California (OMCA) is committed to providing programs that are accessible, welcoming, and inclusive of our community. Assistive listening devices and wheelchairs are available for checkout on a first come, first served basis at the Ticketing Desk. To request other accommodations, like American Sign Language (ASL), Cantonese, Spanish or another language interpreter, please email [email protected] at least three weeks before the event.
About Friday Nights:
Reconnect with family, friends, and community at OMCA every Friday night. These free events provide a gathering place to come together each week, including live music, hands-on activities, and Off the Grid food trucks. Take advantage of late-night access to our galleries and special exhibitions with a Museum ticket.
Friday Nights at OMCA with Off the Grid is proudly supported by Bank of America.