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Thursday, October 8 • 9:30am - 10:30am
Oakland Museum of California
Limited Capacity seats available
Tickets are required to attend NewCo.
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Session Title: Inspiring California’s Future, One Exhibition at a Time

 How can a museum shape our future? Get an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour of the Oakland Museum of California's 30,000 square foot Gallery of California History and hear from Kelly McKinley, director of OMCA’s curatorial division, about the inner workings of how the Museum develops exhibitions that inspire change in our communities and influence the future of California. (Spoiler alert: you’ll be among the first to get the inside scoop on the Museum’s upcoming exhibition about cannabis!)

Special Message to Attendees from Host Company: Attendees are welcome to park in the museum garage on Oak St between 10th & 12th, and we will be happy to validate. Please enter the Museum through the street-level garage door located at 1000 Oak Street.  Otherwise we're easily accessible by BART/Lake Merritt station. There will be signage and a staff person to greet and direct you.

Presenters
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Kelly McKinley

Director, OMCA Lab, Oakland Museum of California

Host Companies
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Oakland Museum of California

OMCA is one of the largest cultural institutions in the Bay Area and the only museum exclusively devoted to the art, history, and environment of California. The Museum attracts 158,000 visitors annually, including 40,000 school children and teachers. OMCA also offers a robust calendar of family and community programs, including lectures, artist gallery talks, film screenings, performances, and its flagship Friday Nights @ OMCA series attracting... Read More →