Submitted by the Event Organizer
Feminism. It’s a loaded word; as empowering to some as it is challenging for others. OMCA takes on this complex and timely topic with Hella Feminist, celebrating the lesser-known stories of feminism here in Oakland and the Bay Area.
A “Can’t Miss” exhibition – San Francisco Chronicle
Bringing together historic objects from the Museum’s collection such as posters, pins, and photographs, alongside newly commissioned works by artists, Hella Feminist is rooted in the idea that discrimination against all elements of identity (gender, class, race, sexual orientation, physical ability, education, age, etc.) is interlinked and that no element can be addressed in isolation.
July 29, 2022 to January 8, 2023
Special Exhibition in the Great Hall
OMCA / Oakland Museum of California, 1000 Oak Street, Oakland
- Tickets: $25 adults (includes museum admission + special exhibitions in the Great Hall)
- Want $6 Tickets? OMCA offers free First Sundays every month, and “Hella Feminist” special exhibition tickets are $6. Children 12 and under always receive free admission.
||11 am–5 pm
|Friday extended hours
||until 9 pm
Please note: Beginning July 29, 2022 Museum admission will be $19 general; $16 seniors, $12 students, teachers, and youth (ages 13 to 17), and free for Members and children 12 and under. There will be a $6 charge in addition to general admission pricing for special exhibitions in the Great Hall.
The exhibition aims to challenge, provoke, and inspire visitors to reconsider and expand their understanding of feminism and its complicated history.
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*OMCA offers free First Sundays every month, and "Hella Feminist" special exhibition tickets are $6. Children 12 and under always receive free admission.
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Address: 1000 Oak Street, Oakland, CA