Join us at the Oakland Museum on the First Friday in December on Friday, December 2 at 5:30 pm! Cornell NorCal has reserved a group self-guided tour that includes entrance to two special exhibitions, Hella Feminist and Angela Davis - Seize the Time.
The Hella Feminist art exhibit celebrates stories of feminism in Oakland and the Bay Area. The traveling exhibit on Angela Davis examines the image, influence, and activism of this Oakland-based icon.
Because it'll be First Friday in Oakland, there'll be a lot of activity in the Uptown area - around where the museum is located - as well as music and food trucks just behind the museum itself. After our museum tour, we can grab some food and enjoy the music. Hang out with us and bring your family!
Each ticket costs $21 for members and $25 for non-members. Our price for members is lower than if you purchased individual tickets for the special exhibits. Tickets do not include refreshments or parking.
REGISTRATION CLOSES Monday, November 28th 9am PT.
When: Friday, December 2, 2022 at 5:30 pm
Where: Oakland Museum, 1000 Oak Street (at 10th Street), Oakland
Meeting Point: Oak Street Plaza (1000 Oak Street), by the chalkboard
Ticket Cost: $21 / ticket (members and their guests), $25 / ticket (non-members and their guests)
An Oakland Museum staff member will check vaccination or medical exemption status.
(1) Please bring your proof of vaccination or medical exemption. The Oakland Museum requires vaccinations for visitors 12 years or older.
(2) You will not receive individual tickets so please go to the meeting point (see above) for entrance into the museum. These tickets are non-refundable once purchased.
(3) The museum garage is located at 1000 Oak Street with entrances on Oak and 12th Streets. Parking fees are $5 per hour. The garage closes at 10 pm. For those taking BART, the museum is one block from the Lake Merritt station.
Please contact Deb Levine or Mae Lum with questions.
COVID-19 is still around, along with flu and RSV. If you are sick or showing symptoms of COVID-19, please stay home. Cornell University is not liable in the event of a COVID-19 outbreak. Attendees will participate at their own risk.