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Celebración de Almas: Día de Los Muertos 2018

Museum, Painting, Drawings/Works on Paper, Multimedia

Opening at the Museum’s Día de Los Muertos Fiesta on Fri., Oct. 12, “Celebración de Almas: Día de Los Muertos 2018” (“Soul Celebration: Day of the Dead 2018”) is a new exhibit featuring original art and contemporary altar installations by California artists Francisco Franco, John S. Huerta and Rob-O of I Love Sugar Skulls. A journey through life, love and death, the exhibit explores the Mexican cultural tradition of honoring deceased loved ones each year on November 1 and 2 by creating calaveras de azúcar (sugar skulls), altares de muertos (altars of the dead) and ofrendas (offerings), which has evolved from the Aztecs to modern-day Mexico and California. On view through Dec. 9. Members of the public are also invited to remember a lost loved one in the exhibit’s Community Altar. For more information, visit http://www.californiamuseum.org/muertos-2018.

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• Tue 10/23/18 at
• Wed 10/24/18 at
• Thu 10/25/18 at
• Fri 10/26/18 at
• Sat 10/27/18 at

Sikh Project

Museum, Photography

Since 9/11, Sikh Americans have been the targets of increased hate crimes, discrimination, bullying and racial profiling due to prejudice and misunderstandings about their customs and culture. The national traveling exhibit “Sikh Project” challenges bigotry and misconceptions through portraits by British photographers Amit and Naroop capturing the beauty and diversity of Sikhs across the country. Several California Sikhs are featured, including a third-generation farmer and one of the longest-serving turbaned law enforcement officers in the U.S. The exhibit is presented in partnership with the Sikh Coalition for November’s California Sikh Awareness and Appreciation Month.

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• Sat 10/27/18 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Sun 10/28/18 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Celebración de Almas: Día de Los Muertos 2018

Museum, Painting, Drawings/Works on Paper, Multimedia

Opening at the Museum’s Día de Los Muertos Fiesta on Fri., Oct. 12, “Celebración de Almas: Día de Los Muertos 2018” (“Soul Celebration: Day of the Dead 2018”) is a new exhibit featuring original art and contemporary altar installations by California artists Francisco Franco, John S. Huerta and Rob-O of I Love Sugar Skulls. A journey through life, love and death, the exhibit explores the Mexican cultural tradition of honoring deceased loved ones each year on November 1 and 2 by creating calaveras de azúcar (sugar skulls), altares de muertos (altars of the dead) and ofrendas (offerings), which has evolved from the Aztecs to modern-day Mexico and California. On view through Dec. 9. Members of the public are also invited to remember a lost loved one in the exhibit’s Community Altar. For more information, visit http://www.californiamuseum.org/muertos-2018.

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• Sun 10/28/18 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Sikh Project

Museum, Photography

Since 9/11, Sikh Americans have been the targets of increased hate crimes, discrimination, bullying and racial profiling due to prejudice and misunderstandings about their customs and culture. The national traveling exhibit “Sikh Project” challenges bigotry and misconceptions through portraits by British photographers Amit and Naroop capturing the beauty and diversity of Sikhs across the country. Several California Sikhs are featured, including a third-generation farmer and one of the longest-serving turbaned law enforcement officers in the U.S. The exhibit is presented in partnership with the Sikh Coalition for November’s California Sikh Awareness and Appreciation Month.

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• Tue 10/30/18 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Celebración de Almas: Día de Los Muertos 2018

Museum, Painting, Drawings/Works on Paper, Multimedia

Opening at the Museum’s Día de Los Muertos Fiesta on Fri., Oct. 12, “Celebración de Almas: Día de Los Muertos 2018” (“Soul Celebration: Day of the Dead 2018”) is a new exhibit featuring original art and contemporary altar installations by California artists Francisco Franco, John S. Huerta and Rob-O of I Love Sugar Skulls. A journey through life, love and death, the exhibit explores the Mexican cultural tradition of honoring deceased loved ones each year on November 1 and 2 by creating calaveras de azúcar (sugar skulls), altares de muertos (altars of the dead) and ofrendas (offerings), which has evolved from the Aztecs to modern-day Mexico and California. On view through Dec. 9. Members of the public are also invited to remember a lost loved one in the exhibit’s Community Altar. For more information, visit http://www.californiamuseum.org/muertos-2018.

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• Tue 10/30/18 at
• Wed 10/31/18 at

Sikh Project

Museum, Photography

Since 9/11, Sikh Americans have been the targets of increased hate crimes, discrimination, bullying and racial profiling due to prejudice and misunderstandings about their customs and culture. The national traveling exhibit “Sikh Project” challenges bigotry and misconceptions through portraits by British photographers Amit and Naroop capturing the beauty and diversity of Sikhs across the country. Several California Sikhs are featured, including a third-generation farmer and one of the longest-serving turbaned law enforcement officers in the U.S. The exhibit is presented in partnership with the Sikh Coalition for November’s California Sikh Awareness and Appreciation Month.

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• Wed 10/31/18 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Thu 11/1/18 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Celebración de Almas: Día de Los Muertos 2018

Museum, Painting, Drawings/Works on Paper, Multimedia

Opening at the Museum’s Día de Los Muertos Fiesta on Fri., Oct. 12, “Celebración de Almas: Día de Los Muertos 2018” (“Soul Celebration: Day of the Dead 2018”) is a new exhibit featuring original art and contemporary altar installations by California artists Francisco Franco, John S. Huerta and Rob-O of I Love Sugar Skulls. A journey through life, love and death, the exhibit explores the Mexican cultural tradition of honoring deceased loved ones each year on November 1 and 2 by creating calaveras de azúcar (sugar skulls), altares de muertos (altars of the dead) and ofrendas (offerings), which has evolved from the Aztecs to modern-day Mexico and California. On view through Dec. 9. Members of the public are also invited to remember a lost loved one in the exhibit’s Community Altar. For more information, visit http://www.californiamuseum.org/muertos-2018.

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• Thu 11/1/18 at
• Fri 11/2/18 at

Sikh Project

Museum, Photography

Since 9/11, Sikh Americans have been the targets of increased hate crimes, discrimination, bullying and racial profiling due to prejudice and misunderstandings about their customs and culture. The national traveling exhibit “Sikh Project” challenges bigotry and misconceptions through portraits by British photographers Amit and Naroop capturing the beauty and diversity of Sikhs across the country. Several California Sikhs are featured, including a third-generation farmer and one of the longest-serving turbaned law enforcement officers in the U.S. The exhibit is presented in partnership with the Sikh Coalition for November’s California Sikh Awareness and Appreciation Month.

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• Fri 11/2/18 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Sat 11/3/18 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Celebración de Almas: Día de Los Muertos 2018

Museum, Painting, Drawings/Works on Paper, Multimedia

Opening at the Museum’s Día de Los Muertos Fiesta on Fri., Oct. 12, “Celebración de Almas: Día de Los Muertos 2018” (“Soul Celebration: Day of the Dead 2018”) is a new exhibit featuring original art and contemporary altar installations by California artists Francisco Franco, John S. Huerta and Rob-O of I Love Sugar Skulls. A journey through life, love and death, the exhibit explores the Mexican cultural tradition of honoring deceased loved ones each year on November 1 and 2 by creating calaveras de azúcar (sugar skulls), altares de muertos (altars of the dead) and ofrendas (offerings), which has evolved from the Aztecs to modern-day Mexico and California. On view through Dec. 9. Members of the public are also invited to remember a lost loved one in the exhibit’s Community Altar. For more information, visit http://www.californiamuseum.org/muertos-2018.

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• Sat 11/3/18 at
• Sun 11/4/18 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Sikh Project

Museum, Photography

Since 9/11, Sikh Americans have been the targets of increased hate crimes, discrimination, bullying and racial profiling due to prejudice and misunderstandings about their customs and culture. The national traveling exhibit “Sikh Project” challenges bigotry and misconceptions through portraits by British photographers Amit and Naroop capturing the beauty and diversity of Sikhs across the country. Several California Sikhs are featured, including a third-generation farmer and one of the longest-serving turbaned law enforcement officers in the U.S. The exhibit is presented in partnership with the Sikh Coalition for November’s California Sikh Awareness and Appreciation Month.

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• Sun 11/4/18 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Celebración de Almas: Día de Los Muertos 2018

Museum, Painting, Drawings/Works on Paper, Multimedia

Opening at the Museum’s Día de Los Muertos Fiesta on Fri., Oct. 12, “Celebración de Almas: Día de Los Muertos 2018” (“Soul Celebration: Day of the Dead 2018”) is a new exhibit featuring original art and contemporary altar installations by California artists Francisco Franco, John S. Huerta and Rob-O of I Love Sugar Skulls. A journey through life, love and death, the exhibit explores the Mexican cultural tradition of honoring deceased loved ones each year on November 1 and 2 by creating calaveras de azúcar (sugar skulls), altares de muertos (altars of the dead) and ofrendas (offerings), which has evolved from the Aztecs to modern-day Mexico and California. On view through Dec. 9. Members of the public are also invited to remember a lost loved one in the exhibit’s Community Altar. For more information, visit http://www.californiamuseum.org/muertos-2018.

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• Tue 11/6/18 at

Sikh Project

Museum, Photography

Since 9/11, Sikh Americans have been the targets of increased hate crimes, discrimination, bullying and racial profiling due to prejudice and misunderstandings about their customs and culture. The national traveling exhibit “Sikh Project” challenges bigotry and misconceptions through portraits by British photographers Amit and Naroop capturing the beauty and diversity of Sikhs across the country. Several California Sikhs are featured, including a third-generation farmer and one of the longest-serving turbaned law enforcement officers in the U.S. The exhibit is presented in partnership with the Sikh Coalition for November’s California Sikh Awareness and Appreciation Month.

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• Tue 11/6/18 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Wed 11/7/18 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Celebración de Almas: Día de Los Muertos 2018

Museum, Painting, Drawings/Works on Paper, Multimedia

Opening at the Museum’s Día de Los Muertos Fiesta on Fri., Oct. 12, “Celebración de Almas: Día de Los Muertos 2018” (“Soul Celebration: Day of the Dead 2018”) is a new exhibit featuring original art and contemporary altar installations by California artists Francisco Franco, John S. Huerta and Rob-O of I Love Sugar Skulls. A journey through life, love and death, the exhibit explores the Mexican cultural tradition of honoring deceased loved ones each year on November 1 and 2 by creating calaveras de azúcar (sugar skulls), altares de muertos (altars of the dead) and ofrendas (offerings), which has evolved from the Aztecs to modern-day Mexico and California. On view through Dec. 9. Members of the public are also invited to remember a lost loved one in the exhibit’s Community Altar. For more information, visit http://www.californiamuseum.org/muertos-2018.

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• Wed 11/7/18 at
• Thu 11/8/18 at

Sikh Project

Museum, Photography

Since 9/11, Sikh Americans have been the targets of increased hate crimes, discrimination, bullying and racial profiling due to prejudice and misunderstandings about their customs and culture. The national traveling exhibit “Sikh Project” challenges bigotry and misconceptions through portraits by British photographers Amit and Naroop capturing the beauty and diversity of Sikhs across the country. Several California Sikhs are featured, including a third-generation farmer and one of the longest-serving turbaned law enforcement officers in the U.S. The exhibit is presented in partnership with the Sikh Coalition for November’s California Sikh Awareness and Appreciation Month.

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• Thu 11/8/18 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Fri 11/9/18 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Celebración de Almas: Día de Los Muertos 2018

Museum, Painting, Drawings/Works on Paper, Multimedia

Opening at the Museum’s Día de Los Muertos Fiesta on Fri., Oct. 12, “Celebración de Almas: Día de Los Muertos 2018” (“Soul Celebration: Day of the Dead 2018”) is a new exhibit featuring original art and contemporary altar installations by California artists Francisco Franco, John S. Huerta and Rob-O of I Love Sugar Skulls. A journey through life, love and death, the exhibit explores the Mexican cultural tradition of honoring deceased loved ones each year on November 1 and 2 by creating calaveras de azúcar (sugar skulls), altares de muertos (altars of the dead) and ofrendas (offerings), which has evolved from the Aztecs to modern-day Mexico and California. On view through Dec. 9. Members of the public are also invited to remember a lost loved one in the exhibit’s Community Altar. For more information, visit http://www.californiamuseum.org/muertos-2018.

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• Fri 11/9/18 at
• Sat 11/10/18 at

Sikh Project

Museum, Photography

Since 9/11, Sikh Americans have been the targets of increased hate crimes, discrimination, bullying and racial profiling due to prejudice and misunderstandings about their customs and culture. The national traveling exhibit “Sikh Project” challenges bigotry and misconceptions through portraits by British photographers Amit and Naroop capturing the beauty and diversity of Sikhs across the country. Several California Sikhs are featured, including a third-generation farmer and one of the longest-serving turbaned law enforcement officers in the U.S. The exhibit is presented in partnership with the Sikh Coalition for November’s California Sikh Awareness and Appreciation Month.

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• Sat 11/10/18 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Sun 11/11/18 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Celebración de Almas: Día de Los Muertos 2018

Museum, Painting, Drawings/Works on Paper, Multimedia

Opening at the Museum’s Día de Los Muertos Fiesta on Fri., Oct. 12, “Celebración de Almas: Día de Los Muertos 2018” (“Soul Celebration: Day of the Dead 2018”) is a new exhibit featuring original art and contemporary altar installations by California artists Francisco Franco, John S. Huerta and Rob-O of I Love Sugar Skulls. A journey through life, love and death, the exhibit explores the Mexican cultural tradition of honoring deceased loved ones each year on November 1 and 2 by creating calaveras de azúcar (sugar skulls), altares de muertos (altars of the dead) and ofrendas (offerings), which has evolved from the Aztecs to modern-day Mexico and California. On view through Dec. 9. Members of the public are also invited to remember a lost loved one in the exhibit’s Community Altar. For more information, visit http://www.californiamuseum.org/muertos-2018.

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• Sun 11/11/18 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Sikh Project

Museum, Photography

Since 9/11, Sikh Americans have been the targets of increased hate crimes, discrimination, bullying and racial profiling due to prejudice and misunderstandings about their customs and culture. The national traveling exhibit “Sikh Project” challenges bigotry and misconceptions through portraits by British photographers Amit and Naroop capturing the beauty and diversity of Sikhs across the country. Several California Sikhs are featured, including a third-generation farmer and one of the longest-serving turbaned law enforcement officers in the U.S. The exhibit is presented in partnership with the Sikh Coalition for November’s California Sikh Awareness and Appreciation Month.

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• Tue 11/13/18 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Celebración de Almas: Día de Los Muertos 2018

Museum, Painting, Drawings/Works on Paper, Multimedia

Opening at the Museum’s Día de Los Muertos Fiesta on Fri., Oct. 12, “Celebración de Almas: Día de Los Muertos 2018” (“Soul Celebration: Day of the Dead 2018”) is a new exhibit featuring original art and contemporary altar installations by California artists Francisco Franco, John S. Huerta and Rob-O of I Love Sugar Skulls. A journey through life, love and death, the exhibit explores the Mexican cultural tradition of honoring deceased loved ones each year on November 1 and 2 by creating calaveras de azúcar (sugar skulls), altares de muertos (altars of the dead) and ofrendas (offerings), which has evolved from the Aztecs to modern-day Mexico and California. On view through Dec. 9. Members of the public are also invited to remember a lost loved one in the exhibit’s Community Altar. For more information, visit http://www.californiamuseum.org/muertos-2018.

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• Tue 11/13/18 at
• Wed 11/14/18 at

Sikh Project

Museum, Photography

Since 9/11, Sikh Americans have been the targets of increased hate crimes, discrimination, bullying and racial profiling due to prejudice and misunderstandings about their customs and culture. The national traveling exhibit “Sikh Project” challenges bigotry and misconceptions through portraits by British photographers Amit and Naroop capturing the beauty and diversity of Sikhs across the country. Several California Sikhs are featured, including a third-generation farmer and one of the longest-serving turbaned law enforcement officers in the U.S. The exhibit is presented in partnership with the Sikh Coalition for November’s California Sikh Awareness and Appreciation Month.

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• Wed 11/14/18 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Thu 11/15/18 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Celebración de Almas: Día de Los Muertos 2018

Museum, Painting, Drawings/Works on Paper, Multimedia

Opening at the Museum’s Día de Los Muertos Fiesta on Fri., Oct. 12, “Celebración de Almas: Día de Los Muertos 2018” (“Soul Celebration: Day of the Dead 2018”) is a new exhibit featuring original art and contemporary altar installations by California artists Francisco Franco, John S. Huerta and Rob-O of I Love Sugar Skulls. A journey through life, love and death, the exhibit explores the Mexican cultural tradition of honoring deceased loved ones each year on November 1 and 2 by creating calaveras de azúcar (sugar skulls), altares de muertos (altars of the dead) and ofrendas (offerings), which has evolved from the Aztecs to modern-day Mexico and California. On view through Dec. 9. Members of the public are also invited to remember a lost loved one in the exhibit’s Community Altar. For more information, visit http://www.californiamuseum.org/muertos-2018.

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• Thu 11/15/18 at
• Fri 11/16/18 at

Sikh Project

Museum, Photography

Since 9/11, Sikh Americans have been the targets of increased hate crimes, discrimination, bullying and racial profiling due to prejudice and misunderstandings about their customs and culture. The national traveling exhibit “Sikh Project” challenges bigotry and misconceptions through portraits by British photographers Amit and Naroop capturing the beauty and diversity of Sikhs across the country. Several California Sikhs are featured, including a third-generation farmer and one of the longest-serving turbaned law enforcement officers in the U.S. The exhibit is presented in partnership with the Sikh Coalition for November’s California Sikh Awareness and Appreciation Month.

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• Fri 11/16/18 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Sat 11/17/18 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Celebración de Almas: Día de Los Muertos 2018

Museum, Painting, Drawings/Works on Paper, Multimedia

Opening at the Museum’s Día de Los Muertos Fiesta on Fri., Oct. 12, “Celebración de Almas: Día de Los Muertos 2018” (“Soul Celebration: Day of the Dead 2018”) is a new exhibit featuring original art and contemporary altar installations by California artists Francisco Franco, John S. Huerta and Rob-O of I Love Sugar Skulls. A journey through life, love and death, the exhibit explores the Mexican cultural tradition of honoring deceased loved ones each year on November 1 and 2 by creating calaveras de azúcar (sugar skulls), altares de muertos (altars of the dead) and ofrendas (offerings), which has evolved from the Aztecs to modern-day Mexico and California. On view through Dec. 9. Members of the public are also invited to remember a lost loved one in the exhibit’s Community Altar. For more information, visit http://www.californiamuseum.org/muertos-2018.

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• Sat 11/17/18 at
• Sun 11/18/18 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Sikh Project

Museum, Photography

Since 9/11, Sikh Americans have been the targets of increased hate crimes, discrimination, bullying and racial profiling due to prejudice and misunderstandings about their customs and culture. The national traveling exhibit “Sikh Project” challenges bigotry and misconceptions through portraits by British photographers Amit and Naroop capturing the beauty and diversity of Sikhs across the country. Several California Sikhs are featured, including a third-generation farmer and one of the longest-serving turbaned law enforcement officers in the U.S. The exhibit is presented in partnership with the Sikh Coalition for November’s California Sikh Awareness and Appreciation Month.

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• Sun 11/18/18 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Celebración de Almas: Día de Los Muertos 2018

Museum, Painting, Drawings/Works on Paper, Multimedia

Opening at the Museum’s Día de Los Muertos Fiesta on Fri., Oct. 12, “Celebración de Almas: Día de Los Muertos 2018” (“Soul Celebration: Day of the Dead 2018”) is a new exhibit featuring original art and contemporary altar installations by California artists Francisco Franco, John S. Huerta and Rob-O of I Love Sugar Skulls. A journey through life, love and death, the exhibit explores the Mexican cultural tradition of honoring deceased loved ones each year on November 1 and 2 by creating calaveras de azúcar (sugar skulls), altares de muertos (altars of the dead) and ofrendas (offerings), which has evolved from the Aztecs to modern-day Mexico and California. On view through Dec. 9. Members of the public are also invited to remember a lost loved one in the exhibit’s Community Altar. For more information, visit http://www.californiamuseum.org/muertos-2018.

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• Tue 11/20/18 at

Sikh Project

Museum, Photography

Since 9/11, Sikh Americans have been the targets of increased hate crimes, discrimination, bullying and racial profiling due to prejudice and misunderstandings about their customs and culture. The national traveling exhibit “Sikh Project” challenges bigotry and misconceptions through portraits by British photographers Amit and Naroop capturing the beauty and diversity of Sikhs across the country. Several California Sikhs are featured, including a third-generation farmer and one of the longest-serving turbaned law enforcement officers in the U.S. The exhibit is presented in partnership with the Sikh Coalition for November’s California Sikh Awareness and Appreciation Month.

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• Tue 11/20/18 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Wed 11/21/18 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Celebración de Almas: Día de Los Muertos 2018

Museum, Painting, Drawings/Works on Paper, Multimedia

Opening at the Museum’s Día de Los Muertos Fiesta on Fri., Oct. 12, “Celebración de Almas: Día de Los Muertos 2018” (“Soul Celebration: Day of the Dead 2018”) is a new exhibit featuring original art and contemporary altar installations by California artists Francisco Franco, John S. Huerta and Rob-O of I Love Sugar Skulls. A journey through life, love and death, the exhibit explores the Mexican cultural tradition of honoring deceased loved ones each year on November 1 and 2 by creating calaveras de azúcar (sugar skulls), altares de muertos (altars of the dead) and ofrendas (offerings), which has evolved from the Aztecs to modern-day Mexico and California. On view through Dec. 9. Members of the public are also invited to remember a lost loved one in the exhibit’s Community Altar. For more information, visit http://www.californiamuseum.org/muertos-2018.

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• Wed 11/21/18 at
• Fri 11/23/18 at

Sikh Project

Museum, Photography

Since 9/11, Sikh Americans have been the targets of increased hate crimes, discrimination, bullying and racial profiling due to prejudice and misunderstandings about their customs and culture. The national traveling exhibit “Sikh Project” challenges bigotry and misconceptions through portraits by British photographers Amit and Naroop capturing the beauty and diversity of Sikhs across the country. Several California Sikhs are featured, including a third-generation farmer and one of the longest-serving turbaned law enforcement officers in the U.S. The exhibit is presented in partnership with the Sikh Coalition for November’s California Sikh Awareness and Appreciation Month.

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• Fri 11/23/18 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Sat 11/24/18 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Celebración de Almas: Día de Los Muertos 2018

Museum, Painting, Drawings/Works on Paper, Multimedia

Opening at the Museum’s Día de Los Muertos Fiesta on Fri., Oct. 12, “Celebración de Almas: Día de Los Muertos 2018” (“Soul Celebration: Day of the Dead 2018”) is a new exhibit featuring original art and contemporary altar installations by California artists Francisco Franco, John S. Huerta and Rob-O of I Love Sugar Skulls. A journey through life, love and death, the exhibit explores the Mexican cultural tradition of honoring deceased loved ones each year on November 1 and 2 by creating calaveras de azúcar (sugar skulls), altares de muertos (altars of the dead) and ofrendas (offerings), which has evolved from the Aztecs to modern-day Mexico and California. On view through Dec. 9. Members of the public are also invited to remember a lost loved one in the exhibit’s Community Altar. For more information, visit http://www.californiamuseum.org/muertos-2018.

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• Sat 11/24/18 at

Sikh Project

Museum, Photography

Since 9/11, Sikh Americans have been the targets of increased hate crimes, discrimination, bullying and racial profiling due to prejudice and misunderstandings about their customs and culture. The national traveling exhibit “Sikh Project” challenges bigotry and misconceptions through portraits by British photographers Amit and Naroop capturing the beauty and diversity of Sikhs across the country. Several California Sikhs are featured, including a third-generation farmer and one of the longest-serving turbaned law enforcement officers in the U.S. The exhibit is presented in partnership with the Sikh Coalition for November’s California Sikh Awareness and Appreciation Month.

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• Sun 11/25/18 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Celebración de Almas: Día de Los Muertos 2018

Museum, Painting, Drawings/Works on Paper, Multimedia

Opening at the Museum’s Día de Los Muertos Fiesta on Fri., Oct. 12, “Celebración de Almas: Día de Los Muertos 2018” (“Soul Celebration: Day of the Dead 2018”) is a new exhibit featuring original art and contemporary altar installations by California artists Francisco Franco, John S. Huerta and Rob-O of I Love Sugar Skulls. A journey through life, love and death, the exhibit explores the Mexican cultural tradition of honoring deceased loved ones each year on November 1 and 2 by creating calaveras de azúcar (sugar skulls), altares de muertos (altars of the dead) and ofrendas (offerings), which has evolved from the Aztecs to modern-day Mexico and California. On view through Dec. 9. Members of the public are also invited to remember a lost loved one in the exhibit’s Community Altar. For more information, visit http://www.californiamuseum.org/muertos-2018.

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• Sun 11/25/18 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
• Tue 11/27/18 at

Sikh Project

Museum, Photography

Since 9/11, Sikh Americans have been the targets of increased hate crimes, discrimination, bullying and racial profiling due to prejudice and misunderstandings about their customs and culture. The national traveling exhibit “Sikh Project” challenges bigotry and misconceptions through portraits by British photographers Amit and Naroop capturing the beauty and diversity of Sikhs across the country. Several California Sikhs are featured, including a third-generation farmer and one of the longest-serving turbaned law enforcement officers in the U.S. The exhibit is presented in partnership with the Sikh Coalition for November’s California Sikh Awareness and Appreciation Month.

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• Tue 11/27/18 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Wed 11/28/18 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Celebración de Almas: Día de Los Muertos 2018

Museum, Painting, Drawings/Works on Paper, Multimedia

Opening at the Museum’s Día de Los Muertos Fiesta on Fri., Oct. 12, “Celebración de Almas: Día de Los Muertos 2018” (“Soul Celebration: Day of the Dead 2018”) is a new exhibit featuring original art and contemporary altar installations by California artists Francisco Franco, John S. Huerta and Rob-O of I Love Sugar Skulls. A journey through life, love and death, the exhibit explores the Mexican cultural tradition of honoring deceased loved ones each year on November 1 and 2 by creating calaveras de azúcar (sugar skulls), altares de muertos (altars of the dead) and ofrendas (offerings), which has evolved from the Aztecs to modern-day Mexico and California. On view through Dec. 9. Members of the public are also invited to remember a lost loved one in the exhibit’s Community Altar. For more information, visit http://www.californiamuseum.org/muertos-2018.

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• Wed 11/28/18 at
• Thu 11/29/18 at

Sikh Project

Museum, Photography

Since 9/11, Sikh Americans have been the targets of increased hate crimes, discrimination, bullying and racial profiling due to prejudice and misunderstandings about their customs and culture. The national traveling exhibit “Sikh Project” challenges bigotry and misconceptions through portraits by British photographers Amit and Naroop capturing the beauty and diversity of Sikhs across the country. Several California Sikhs are featured, including a third-generation farmer and one of the longest-serving turbaned law enforcement officers in the U.S. The exhibit is presented in partnership with the Sikh Coalition for November’s California Sikh Awareness and Appreciation Month.

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• Thu 11/29/18 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Fri 11/30/18 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Celebración de Almas: Día de Los Muertos 2018

Museum, Painting, Drawings/Works on Paper, Multimedia

Opening at the Museum’s Día de Los Muertos Fiesta on Fri., Oct. 12, “Celebración de Almas: Día de Los Muertos 2018” (“Soul Celebration: Day of the Dead 2018”) is a new exhibit featuring original art and contemporary altar installations by California artists Francisco Franco, John S. Huerta and Rob-O of I Love Sugar Skulls. A journey through life, love and death, the exhibit explores the Mexican cultural tradition of honoring deceased loved ones each year on November 1 and 2 by creating calaveras de azúcar (sugar skulls), altares de muertos (altars of the dead) and ofrendas (offerings), which has evolved from the Aztecs to modern-day Mexico and California. On view through Dec. 9. Members of the public are also invited to remember a lost loved one in the exhibit’s Community Altar. For more information, visit http://www.californiamuseum.org/muertos-2018.

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• Fri 11/30/18 at
• Sat 12/1/18 at

Sikh Project

Museum, Photography

Since 9/11, Sikh Americans have been the targets of increased hate crimes, discrimination, bullying and racial profiling due to prejudice and misunderstandings about their customs and culture. The national traveling exhibit “Sikh Project” challenges bigotry and misconceptions through portraits by British photographers Amit and Naroop capturing the beauty and diversity of Sikhs across the country. Several California Sikhs are featured, including a third-generation farmer and one of the longest-serving turbaned law enforcement officers in the U.S. The exhibit is presented in partnership with the Sikh Coalition for November’s California Sikh Awareness and Appreciation Month.

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• Sat 12/1/18 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Celebración de Almas: Día de Los Muertos 2018

Museum, Painting, Drawings/Works on Paper, Multimedia

Opening at the Museum’s Día de Los Muertos Fiesta on Fri., Oct. 12, “Celebración de Almas: Día de Los Muertos 2018” (“Soul Celebration: Day of the Dead 2018”) is a new exhibit featuring original art and contemporary altar installations by California artists Francisco Franco, John S. Huerta and Rob-O of I Love Sugar Skulls. A journey through life, love and death, the exhibit explores the Mexican cultural tradition of honoring deceased loved ones each year on November 1 and 2 by creating calaveras de azúcar (sugar skulls), altares de muertos (altars of the dead) and ofrendas (offerings), which has evolved from the Aztecs to modern-day Mexico and California. On view through Dec. 9. Members of the public are also invited to remember a lost loved one in the exhibit’s Community Altar. For more information, visit http://www.californiamuseum.org/muertos-2018.

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• Sun 12/2/18 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Sikh Project

Museum, Photography

Since 9/11, Sikh Americans have been the targets of increased hate crimes, discrimination, bullying and racial profiling due to prejudice and misunderstandings about their customs and culture. The national traveling exhibit “Sikh Project” challenges bigotry and misconceptions through portraits by British photographers Amit and Naroop capturing the beauty and diversity of Sikhs across the country. Several California Sikhs are featured, including a third-generation farmer and one of the longest-serving turbaned law enforcement officers in the U.S. The exhibit is presented in partnership with the Sikh Coalition for November’s California Sikh Awareness and Appreciation Month.

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• Sun 12/2/18 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Celebración de Almas: Día de Los Muertos 2018

Museum, Painting, Drawings/Works on Paper, Multimedia

Opening at the Museum’s Día de Los Muertos Fiesta on Fri., Oct. 12, “Celebración de Almas: Día de Los Muertos 2018” (“Soul Celebration: Day of the Dead 2018”) is a new exhibit featuring original art and contemporary altar installations by California artists Francisco Franco, John S. Huerta and Rob-O of I Love Sugar Skulls. A journey through life, love and death, the exhibit explores the Mexican cultural tradition of honoring deceased loved ones each year on November 1 and 2 by creating calaveras de azúcar (sugar skulls), altares de muertos (altars of the dead) and ofrendas (offerings), which has evolved from the Aztecs to modern-day Mexico and California. On view through Dec. 9. Members of the public are also invited to remember a lost loved one in the exhibit’s Community Altar. For more information, visit http://www.californiamuseum.org/muertos-2018.

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• Tue 12/4/18 at
• Wed 12/5/18 at

Sikh Project

Museum, Photography

Since 9/11, Sikh Americans have been the targets of increased hate crimes, discrimination, bullying and racial profiling due to prejudice and misunderstandings about their customs and culture. The national traveling exhibit “Sikh Project” challenges bigotry and misconceptions through portraits by British photographers Amit and Naroop capturing the beauty and diversity of Sikhs across the country. Several California Sikhs are featured, including a third-generation farmer and one of the longest-serving turbaned law enforcement officers in the U.S. The exhibit is presented in partnership with the Sikh Coalition for November’s California Sikh Awareness and Appreciation Month.

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• Wed 12/5/18 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Thu 12/6/18 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Celebración de Almas: Día de Los Muertos 2018

Museum, Painting, Drawings/Works on Paper, Multimedia

Opening at the Museum’s Día de Los Muertos Fiesta on Fri., Oct. 12, “Celebración de Almas: Día de Los Muertos 2018” (“Soul Celebration: Day of the Dead 2018”) is a new exhibit featuring original art and contemporary altar installations by California artists Francisco Franco, John S. Huerta and Rob-O of I Love Sugar Skulls. A journey through life, love and death, the exhibit explores the Mexican cultural tradition of honoring deceased loved ones each year on November 1 and 2 by creating calaveras de azúcar (sugar skulls), altares de muertos (altars of the dead) and ofrendas (offerings), which has evolved from the Aztecs to modern-day Mexico and California. On view through Dec. 9. Members of the public are also invited to remember a lost loved one in the exhibit’s Community Altar. For more information, visit http://www.californiamuseum.org/muertos-2018.

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• Thu 12/6/18 at
• Fri 12/7/18 at

Sikh Project

Museum, Photography

Since 9/11, Sikh Americans have been the targets of increased hate crimes, discrimination, bullying and racial profiling due to prejudice and misunderstandings about their customs and culture. The national traveling exhibit “Sikh Project” challenges bigotry and misconceptions through portraits by British photographers Amit and Naroop capturing the beauty and diversity of Sikhs across the country. Several California Sikhs are featured, including a third-generation farmer and one of the longest-serving turbaned law enforcement officers in the U.S. The exhibit is presented in partnership with the Sikh Coalition for November’s California Sikh Awareness and Appreciation Month.

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• Fri 12/7/18 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Sat 12/8/18 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Celebración de Almas: Día de Los Muertos 2018

Museum, Painting, Drawings/Works on Paper, Multimedia

Opening at the Museum’s Día de Los Muertos Fiesta on Fri., Oct. 12, “Celebración de Almas: Día de Los Muertos 2018” (“Soul Celebration: Day of the Dead 2018”) is a new exhibit featuring original art and contemporary altar installations by California artists Francisco Franco, John S. Huerta and Rob-O of I Love Sugar Skulls. A journey through life, love and death, the exhibit explores the Mexican cultural tradition of honoring deceased loved ones each year on November 1 and 2 by creating calaveras de azúcar (sugar skulls), altares de muertos (altars of the dead) and ofrendas (offerings), which has evolved from the Aztecs to modern-day Mexico and California. On view through Dec. 9. Members of the public are also invited to remember a lost loved one in the exhibit’s Community Altar. For more information, visit http://www.californiamuseum.org/muertos-2018.

Information:

• Sat 12/8/18 at

Sikh Project

Museum, Photography

Since 9/11, Sikh Americans have been the targets of increased hate crimes, discrimination, bullying and racial profiling due to prejudice and misunderstandings about their customs and culture. The national traveling exhibit “Sikh Project” challenges bigotry and misconceptions through portraits by British photographers Amit and Naroop capturing the beauty and diversity of Sikhs across the country. Several California Sikhs are featured, including a third-generation farmer and one of the longest-serving turbaned law enforcement officers in the U.S. The exhibit is presented in partnership with the Sikh Coalition for November’s California Sikh Awareness and Appreciation Month.

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• Sun 12/9/18 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Celebración de Almas: Día de Los Muertos 2018

Museum, Painting, Drawings/Works on Paper, Multimedia

Opening at the Museum’s Día de Los Muertos Fiesta on Fri., Oct. 12, “Celebración de Almas: Día de Los Muertos 2018” (“Soul Celebration: Day of the Dead 2018”) is a new exhibit featuring original art and contemporary altar installations by California artists Francisco Franco, John S. Huerta and Rob-O of I Love Sugar Skulls. A journey through life, love and death, the exhibit explores the Mexican cultural tradition of honoring deceased loved ones each year on November 1 and 2 by creating calaveras de azúcar (sugar skulls), altares de muertos (altars of the dead) and ofrendas (offerings), which has evolved from the Aztecs to modern-day Mexico and California. On view through Dec. 9. Members of the public are also invited to remember a lost loved one in the exhibit’s Community Altar. For more information, visit http://www.californiamuseum.org/muertos-2018.

Information:

• Sun 12/9/18 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Sikh Project

Museum, Photography

Since 9/11, Sikh Americans have been the targets of increased hate crimes, discrimination, bullying and racial profiling due to prejudice and misunderstandings about their customs and culture. The national traveling exhibit “Sikh Project” challenges bigotry and misconceptions through portraits by British photographers Amit and Naroop capturing the beauty and diversity of Sikhs across the country. Several California Sikhs are featured, including a third-generation farmer and one of the longest-serving turbaned law enforcement officers in the U.S. The exhibit is presented in partnership with the Sikh Coalition for November’s California Sikh Awareness and Appreciation Month.

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• Tue 12/11/18 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Wed 12/12/18 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Thu 12/13/18 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Fri 12/14/18 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Sat 12/15/18 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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• Wed 12/19/18 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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• Fri 12/21/18 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Sat 12/22/18 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Sun 12/23/18 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
• Wed 12/26/18 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Thu 12/27/18 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Fri 12/28/18 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Sat 12/29/18 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Sun 12/30/18 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
• Wed 1/2/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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• Fri 1/4/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Sat 1/5/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Sun 1/6/19 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
• Tue 1/8/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Wed 1/9/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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