CCA Made at the OMCA Store
Friday, April 13, 5–9 pm
During Friday Nights @ OMCA on April 13, visitors to the OMCA Store can purchase distinctive creations made by students and alumni of California College of the Arts (CCA).
One-of-a-kind ceramics, textiles, jewelry, prints, and paintings will be featured at this one-day-only event. For the third consecutive year, OMCA has offered this not-to-be-missed sale in partnership with CCA’s popular School to Market class, which helps emerging artisans find effective ways to produce, market, and sell their creations.
“The CCA Made event at OMCA is a great way for people to see innovative work by artists who are at the beginning of their careers,” says Anne Wolf, co-instructor of the class. “And it is a natural fit for us to partner with OMCA, which has always been a great supporter of the exceptional artists right here in our community.”
Take a bit of the Hip-Hop movement home with you!
Don’t miss these OMCA Store selections inspired by RESPECT: Hip-Hop Style & Wisdom.
• The book Hip-Hop Raised Me by DJ Semtex has been described as “the definitive volume on the essence, experience, and energy that is Hip-Hop.” Learn more about Hip-Hop as a movement and lifestyle through interviews, photography, and outtakes.
• Show off your love for Hip-Hop with laser-cut and hand-painted boombox and mix tape earrings.
• Even kids can get hyped about Hip-Hop! The Dinner DJ dining set will let them feel like they are mixing a beat while they eat.
For more Hip-Hop items, visit the OMCA Store.
Photography: Devon Matlock (CCA Made link necklace).