Virtual Art Share With OMA Artist Alliance

Join Artist Alliance from home or wherever you are with refreshments of your choice, and enjoy some conversation with fellow artists! Sculptors, painters, photographers, and artists of all disciplines are welcome. Join the conversation from a computer, tablet, or smartphone. You will need an internet connection, speakers, and a microphone. 

Share your work! Send a photo of what you are currently working on to share with the group, email lavogelart@gmail.com.


Artist Alliance members free

Join from your computer, tablet, or smartphone.
https://meet.goto.com/LAVogel/oma-virtual-art-share-first-sundays-6pm

You can also dial in using your phone: +1 (872) 240-3212

Access Code: 344-434-133


Image above courtesy of Lahiru Maramba

Virtual Art Share With OMA Artist Alliance

Join Artist Alliance from home or wherever you are with refreshments of your choice, and enjoy some conversation with fellow artists! Sculptors, painters, photographers, and artists of all disciplines are welcome. Join the conversation from a computer, tablet, or smartphone. You will need an internet connection, speakers, and a microphone. 

Share your work! Send a photo of what you are currently working on to share with the group, email lavogelart@gmail.com.


Artist Alliance members free!

 

Join from your computer, tablet, or smartphone.
https://meet.goto.com/LAVogel/oma-virtual-art-share-first-sundays-6pm

You can also dial in using your phone: +1 (872) 240-3212

Access Code: 344-434-133


Image above courtesy of Lahiru Maramba

Spectacular At 25

Join us for a spectacular evening on Saturday, October 29! As we close out OMA’s anniversary year and celebrate 25 years of art in Oceanside, we invite you to this historic occasion and epic party celebrating art and community, recognizing artists and art lovers at the heart of OMA.

Exhibition Celebration, 6:00-7:00pm (Ticketed event, includes admission to Art After Dark: Metamorphosis)

Members, Lenders, and Artists by Invitation Only

Starting at 6:00pm, join us as we celebrate our grand survey exhibition Legacy: 25 Years of Art and Community, and our current exhibitions Gail Roberts: Color Field, Pop Smoke: A Veteran Art Exhibition, and Lani Emanuel: Beside Herself. Meet artists, lenders, and art enthusiasts at the heart of OMA.

Art After Dark: Metamorphosis, 7:00-10:00pm (Ticketed event)

As day turns into night, transform into a creature of the night, and get weird at OMA’s signature Art After Dark event. Get ready for a sensational evening charged with awe-inspiring entertainment, live music, food trucks, spooky good libations, art-making activities, and more. Featuring performances by DJ Grande and Shane Hall,  cultural dances by Grupo Folkorico Tapatio and Taupou Samoa Polynesian Dance Taupou and more, escape the night with even more entertainment as you explore the museum with Dragon Knight Stiltwalkers, tarot readings, dance and art workshops, and more. Come in costume or just as you are!

GET TICKETS HERE

Artist Alliance Art Mart On The Terrace September 17 2022

Whether you’re a seasoned art collector or looking to start your collection, visit OMA to purchase art from Southern California artists during our Artist Alliance Art Mart On The Terrace.

Attention art collectors and enthusiasts! For one day only, visit the museum for a pop-up art sale and show on the front terrace featuring artwork created by members of OMA’s Artist Alliance. Explore art in the open air, pick up the next gem for your collection, and enjoy free museum admission to explore four newly opened exhibitions, Gail Roberts: Color Field, Pop Smoke: A Veteran Art Exhibition, Legacy: 25 Years of Art and Community (The Early Years), and Phillip K. Smith III–Lozenge Variant 1.

Learn more about the event here.


 

First Free Sunday: Community Art Day

Join us on Sunday, September 4 from 12:00-2:00pm for artmaking. Draw inspiration from bright colors, tongue-in-cheek humor, pop culture and found object artworks highlighted in Pop Smoke: A Veteran Art Exhibition and create shoes that POP! Add vibrant paint, whimsical bling, vintage fabrics, stickers, and retro tchotchkes inspired by pop culture to your own shoes or decorate shoes provided by OMA. All materials supplied! Bringing your own shoes to decorate is highly encouraged.

This family friendly event is FREE along with admission to the museum. Just bring your imagination!


Free to attend:


This is a drop in event, feel free to come at any time and plan to spend 30-40 minutes participating in the workshop. It is open to all ages but children must be accompanied by an adult

Virtual Art Share With OMA Artist Alliance

Join Artist Alliance from home or wherever you are with refreshments of your choice, and enjoy some conversation with fellow artists! Sculptors, painters, photographers, and artists of all disciplines are welcome. Join the conversation from a computer, tablet, or smartphone. You will need an internet connection, speakers, and a microphone. 

Share your work! Send a photo of what you are currently working on to share with the group, instructions will be shared in your registration confirmation email.


Artist Alliance members free, visitors $10 

Artist Alliance members must be logged into their OMA website account to receive registration for this event.


A link to join the event will be sent when you register for this event.

Image above courtesy of Lahiru Maramba

Virtual Art Share With OMA Artist Alliance, August 7

Join Artist Alliance from home or wherever you are with refreshments of your choice, and enjoy some conversation with fellow artists! Sculptors, painters, photographers, and artists of all disciplines are welcome. Join the conversation from a computer, tablet, or smartphone. You will need an internet connection, speakers, and a microphone. 

Share your work! Send a photo of what you are currently working on to share with the group, instructions will be shared in your registration confirmation email.


Artist Alliance members free, visitors $10 

Artist Alliance members must be logged into their OMA website account to receive registration for this event.


A link to join the event will be sent when you register for this event.

Image above courtesy of Lahiru Maramba

Artist Alliance Fall Art Mart On The Terrace

Whether you’re a seasoned art collector or looking to start your collection, visit OMA to purchase art from Southern California artists during our Artist Alliance Art Mart On The Terrace.

Attention art collectors and enthusiasts! For one day only, visit the museum for a pop-up art sale and show on the front terrace featuring artwork created by members of OMA’s Artist Alliance. Explore art in the open air, pick up the next gem for your collection, and enjoy free museum admission to explore four newly opened exhibitions, Gail Roberts: Color Field, Pop Smoke: A Veteran Art Exhibition, Legacy: 25 Years of Art and Community (The Early Years), and Phillip K. Smith III–Lozenge Variant 1.

Learn more about the event here.


 

First Free Sunday: Community Art Day with Studio Ace

In partnership with Studio ACE, join us on Sunday, August 7 from 12:00-2:00pm to celebrate the art of Gail Roberts! Create your own flower with watercolor, paper, bugs and butterflies! This family friendly event is FREE along with admission to the museum. All materials will be supplied and no experience is necessary. Just bring your imagination! Healthy snacks included!


Free to attend

 


This workshop is open to all ages but children must be accompanied by an adult.

This is a drop in event, feel free to come at any time and plan to spend 30-40 minutes participating in the workshop. It is open to all ages but children must be accompanied by an adult

Virtual Reality Experience with the Exhibition Creators: Limit of Your Safe Space

Dive into a virtual reality experience with artist Shinpei Takeda and the workshop participants who worked with him to create the exhibition Limit of Your Safe Space, on view at OMA through September 10. After a brief orientation with the Oculus VR headset and hand controllers, explore the virtual space with the artists as your guides while learning more about their journeys and sharing your own experiences.

Please arrive promptly! You may not be able to have a full experience if you are more than five minutes late and we may not be able to reschedule.


Participants on Sunday, July 3:

ss2255ss: Currently Resides in Düsseldorf, Germany; Originally from Irbil, Iraq; Immigrated 5 years ago
Currently living in temporary housing for refugees, he has not yet received official immigration status from the German government, and continues to extend his temporary status. He was injured from gun violence in the northern Kurdistan region of Iraq, resulting in total paralysis of both legs. In his free time he creates small architectural models.

Rock55: Currently Resides in Carlsbad, CA; Originally from Jalisco, Mexico; Immigrated 25 years ago
As a child in Jalisco, Mexico, she would pick chillies to earn extra money for her textbooks. Paperwork processing took 10 years before her father was officially able to bring his family to resettle in the US. Three years after coming to the US, she saw the attacks on September 11, 2001 as a teenager and she felt the urge to do something to help. She joined the army as a bridge engineer as soon as she turned 18. She was deployed to Iraq and has strong memories of being in the watchtower. She has spent many years recovering from PTSD and traumatic brain injuries.


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