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This Week at OMA

Oceanside CA— Classes, lectures, and events abound as Oceanside Museum of Art (OMA) kicks off an exciting week.  Come explore whimsy, censorship, and live soul grass through the many events listed.  Join OMA to discuss Uncovering Censorship in Art, celebrate the opening of unDocumenta and Wendy Maruyama: The wildLIFE Project, and journey with Rolly Crump and other Disney Imagineers in a screening of The Whimsical Imagineer.

Lecture: Uncovering Censorship In Art 

Wednesday, November 8, 11:30am–12:30pm        Members Free, Visitors $10

Some of what we consider great masterpieces today were at first considered offensive, immoral, or harmful to society. Form your own opinion as Robin Douglas explores censorship in art—who made it, who censored it, and who fought for freedom of expression.

Life Drawing 

Wednesday, November 8, 11:00am–2:00pm       Artist Alliance Members $12, Visitors $15

Artists will work from a combination of 5 to 40 minute poses during this
non-instructed session. Live model, table, and chairs are provided. Artists to bring their own drawing materials.

Screening Of The Whimsical Imagineer With A Q&A

Thursday, November 9,  6:00–7:30pm       Members free, Visitors $10

Join director Ken Kebow as The Whimsical Imagineer takes viewers on an informative and entertaining journey with Rolly Crump, Walt Disney, and the other Imagineers during the creation of “the happiest place on earth.”

Music On The Terrace With Dulaney & Company

Friday, November 10, 7:00–10:00pm       Free to attend, cash bar, premium seating available

Known for their “soul grass” style, Malissa Miller’s and Jerod Dulaney’s musical influences include folk, country, bluegrass, and southern rock. Their incredible vocal styles and musicianship will captivate the audience. Book premium seats at www.oma-online.org/music.

Exhibition Reception 

Saturday, November 11,  6:00–8:00pm       Members free, Visitors $10

Sip, nosh, and mingle with artists and fellow art lovers as OMA celebrates the opening of unDocumenta and Wendy Maruyama: The wildLife Project as well as solo exhibitions by Neil Brooks, Ellen Dieter, and Julia San Román.