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Member Preview Evening Celebration for Calli: The Art of Xicanx Peoples

 Member Preview Celebration

June 13 from 7:00 pm 10:00 pm

Free for Members

Don’t miss the opening celebration for OMCA’s newest exhibition Calli:
The Art of Xicanx Peoples
. With a DJ set from Chulita Vinyl Club, live music, and a cash bar, this will be a night to remember at the Oakland Museum of California.

RSVP required for the evening celebration. Capacity is limited. QUESTIONS? Email [email protected] or call 510-318-8520.

Can’t make the Member Preview Evening celebration?
Reserve tickets the following day to enjoy Friday Nights at OMCA with Off the Grid and Calli: The Art of Xicanx Peoples together!

Sponsors

Major support for Calli: The Art of Xicanx Peoples is provided by The Oakland Museum Women’s Board.

Additional thanks to State Senator Nancy Skinner for support of the Calli Americas Political Poster Digitization Project.

*Header image: Yreina D. Cervántez, La Ruta Turquesa, 1997. Mixed media monoprint on amate paper, 15.5″ x 23.5″. Collection of Ramon Cervantes. © Yreina D. Cervántez

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