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The Ontario Museum of History & Art and guest Curator Dr. Patricia Jessup-Woodlin, present Reflections – A celebration of regional diversity featuring Women of Color exploring contemporary topics. This exhibit focuses on how recent events have affected Women of Color. A wide range of media such as photography, paintings, drawing and textiles will be featured.
Artist List: Allyson Allen, Jean Brantley, Liz Crimzon, Patricia Cunliffe, Leah Knecht, Jaymie Leslie, Riea Owens, Gloria Mushonga-Roberts, Alicia Savio, Linda Ternoir, Patricia Jessup-Woodlin and Karien Zachery.
Día de Los Muertos: Journey of the Butterflies
This year’s exhibit, “Journey of the Butterflies” is inspired by the story of the monarch butterfly in Michoacán, Mexico. Locals believe the returning of the monarch butterflies are souls of ancestors who are back to visit the living. The monarch is a reminder to us how life continues after death and how loved ones will always be remembered.
Artist List: Saul Aguilera, Allyson Allen, Ellona Allen, Bill Anderson, Gloria Toti Bell, Lisa Cabrera, Arthur Carrillo, Frank Carrillo, Dee Marcellus Cole, Jessica Cruz, Pablo Damas, Amaya Diaz, Sierra Diaz, David Flores, Tom Fontanes, Debbie Fuentes, Camila Gallardo, Viola Gallardo, Bebop Garcia, Sandy Garcia, Kathleen Jacobson, Alex Ledante, Heriberto Luna, Kieran Maddox, Irene Nuñez, Marylucille Nuñez, Leilani Ofisa, Ontario Museum of History & Art Staff, Riea Owens Juan Pacheco, Francisco Palomares, Theresa Polly-Shellcroft, June Ramirez, Belinda Ramirez, Yolanda Reyes, David Rosales, Lisabella Russo, Anishka Samuels, Raymond Gonzales Sloan, Virginia Vilchis, Chris Wesley, and Patricia Woodlin.
10th Biennial Ontario Invitational Art Exhibit
While our doors may be closed to visitors at this time, we are excited to virtually present our current exhibition! The Ontario Museum of History & Art and Museum Associates is proud to present the 10th Biennial Ontario Invitational Art Exhibit, featuring contemporary artworks by eight local and regional artists.
We will be sharing more videos throughout the coming weeks which will consist of interviews, studio visits and a tour of our current exhibit. This first video includes behind the scenes footage of our staff putting together the exhibition and more information about future videos.
Salsa Dancing and more with Jessica Quast
Get moving with Jessica Quast, a well known Latin Dance Professor at UCR. Jessica will not only be teaching us how to dance salsa but also cumbia and bachata. Join us for a virtual lesson in the galleries at the Ontario Museum of History & Art for a crash course on Latin dances.
Sheets, Sheets & Caughman VIP Reception Video
This major exhibition explores the artistic duality of three artists: Millard Sheets, Tony Sheets and Luis “Rick” Caughman. These three artists each created art for commercial and public art applications, and each produced a significant body of work for their own pleasure.