704 Pier View Way
Oceanside, CA 92054
Tuesday - Saturday, 10am-4pm; Sunday, 1-4pm.
Adults $8, Seniors 65+ $5, Students Free.
November 1, 2014 - February 8, 2015
My Sister’s Voice
Forty large-scale, high-resolution black and white photographs present intense portraits of a culturally diverse, international and local group of women who demonstrate how deeply women participate in society at all levels.
November 8, 2014 - February 8, 2015
Omar Lopex: Relámpago
Using a motorcycle specially outfitted with a darkroom to develop images on the spot, Lopex visited four different cities to meet strangers and become a part of their family for as long as it took to shoot and develop these images.
November 22, 2014 - March 8, 2015
NAKED: 20th Century Nudes from the Dijkstra Collection
Taken from the wide-ranging art collection of Bram and Sandra Dijkstra, this exquisite group of works contributes to the museum-wide focus on artwork concerning figurative and portrait themes occupying all five exhibition spaces at OMA this fall.
December 6, 2014 - March 29, 2015
California Dreaming: An International Portrait of Southern California
Artists worldwide were invited to creatively interpret Southern California’s iconic culture. Contemporary artists submitted nearly 900 2-dimensional artworks of various medias that broadly reflect the changing culture and lifestyle of Southern Calif
Oceanside Museum of Art is a cultural jewel located in downtown Oceanside with a view of the Pacific Ocean and the historic Oceanside Pier.
Oceanside Museum of Art is a cultural jewel located in downtown Oceanside with a view of the Pacific Ocean and the historic Oceanside Pier. The museum presents provocative, contemporary exhibitions from the region and around the world. OMA offers art instruction at the OMA School of Art, concerts, films, lectures, docent tours, and the OMA Museum Store. Oceanside Museum of Art is a gathering place where friends meet to share and enjoy the rich cultural experiences available in the region.
In addition to a progressive exhibition schedule, Oceanside Museum of Art is housed in side-by-side buildings designed by two of southern California’s most renowned Modernist architects. The classic Irving Gill designed building is nestled against the contemporary Frederick Fisher designed Central Pavilion creating the perfect union of past and present architecture.
Exhibitions showcase the finest art of the southern California region from landscape paintings to studio furniture, neon sculpture, art quilts, and architectural glass. OMA’s galleries feature on enlightening survey of contemporary art enriched by the cultures of the community. The museum’s galleries are redesigned for each exhibition, surprising visitors with a fresh, exciting visual transformation for every new exhibit.
"Facing West/Looking East"