Al-new exhibit exploring the Mexican cultural tradition of
honoring deceased loved ones on All Saint’s Day through
contemporary altars by 5 California artists dedicated to 5
legendary Californians who inspire them.
All-new exhibit of photographs by Matt Black exploring
how the ongoing drought has compounded some of the state’s
most entrenched poverty and threatens to turn productive farmland
into a modern day dust bowl.
Based on the book by Susan Snyder of the same name, this
traveling exhibit chronicles the complex history and legacy of
California’s most iconic symbol, the grizzly, and explores how
its enduring legacy over 200 years of popular culture continues
to embody the state’s ideals today.
An all new permanent exhibit, “We Are All Californians: Stories
of Modern Immigration” examines the journeys of immigrants to the
Golden State in the 21st century through oral histories presented
on a 20′ multimedia wall.