OCMA Tour Request Form

***Unfortunately, the museum is no longer accepting tour requests for our current exhibitions. Please check back in the fall for tour offerings and availability. Thank you***

With each new exhibition, OCMA provides gallery tours for students and educators. OCMA’s gallery educators create opportunities for stimulating and participatory gallery experiences that explore the art and ideas of our time.

This request form must be received two weeks in advance of visit and must be confirmed through the Education Department. For questions, please email tours@ocma.net.

    Current and Upcoming Exhibitions

    Alien She, Fred Tomaselli: The Times, Selections: Dieter Roth, Misappropriations: New Acquisitions [Tours available select dates between February 24 - May 24, 2015] Alien She highlights the lasting impact of the pioneering punk feminist movement Riot Grrrl on today's artists and culture. The exhibition focuses on seven contemporary artists working in a wide range of disciplines, including visual art, music, documentary film, new media, writing and performanc. The artists—Ginger Brooks Takahashi, Tammy Rae Carland, Miranda July, Faythe Levine, Allyson Mitchell, L.J. Roberts, and Stephanie Syjuco—are each represented by several projects from the past 20 years. Fred Tomaselli: The Times highlights a recent and extensive body of work adapting cover photos of The New York Times daily papers, echoing the absurdity of endless news cycles, and occasionally commenting on the stories' contents. In addition, OCMA is presenting a selection of his collage and resin paintings; many are large scale and all capture the extreme attention to detail for which the artist is renowned. Selections: Dieter Roth explores The Piccadillies, which comprise one of Dieter Roth’s most celebrated artistic undertakings. The series was realized first as 6 Piccadillies, only to branch out over the following years into a vast trove of experiments and variations on the original series. Misappropriations: New Acquisitions highlights contemporary artworks that have been recently added to OCMA's collection, and all engage the intertwined themes of media awareness and the repurposing of everyday experiences.
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