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Member Preview for Calli: The Art of Xicanx Peoples

 Member Preview Hours

June 13 from 11:00 am 5:00 pm

Free for Members

You’re invited to the Member Opening for OMCA’s newest exhibition! Through sculpture, photography, painting, installation, poetry, and more, Calli: The Art of Xicanx Peoples navigates the interwoven threads of intergenerational, feminist, queer, and Xicanx-Indigenous stories that offer ancestral forms of liberation, healing, and being. Reserved tickets are highly encouraged but not required for Member Preview Hours.

Can’t make the Member Preview?
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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