CALIFORNIA MUSEUM E-NEWS AUGUST 2020 VIEW AS WEBPAGE
Join First Partner Jennifer Siebel Newsom for "California Women Inspire: Celebrating Women's Equality in the Golden State" on August 18 at 5 pm!
This FREE online live event marking the 19th Amendment's centennial features a special conversation with former First Lady Maria Shriver and special guests, plus a preview of the Museum's forthcoming exhibits Fight for the Right: 100 Years of Women Voting and Women Inspire: California Women Changing Our World.

For event details, visit link below.


Fight for the Right: 100 Years of Women Voting

Coming soon

Developed in collaboration with First Partner Jennifer Siebel Newsom, this temporary exhibit marks the 19th Amendment's centennial in 2020.

Women Inspire: California Women Changing Our World

Coming soon

This new installation highlights Golden State women from the 1700s to present, who inspire change and reflection on the ongoing struggle for equality.

Kokoro: The Story of Sacramento's Lost Japantown

Now open

Explore Sacramento's lost Japantown, devastated by forced incarceration during WWII and redevelopment in the 1960s, in an online version of this popular 2017 temporary exhibit.


Now open

View highlights of the Museum's agricultural trademark collection in this online exhibit developed in partnership with Google Arts & Culture.


Ideal for 3rd-9th grade students, this new program brings the experience of a Museum visit to distance learning classes through a video tour and digital artifact kit, followed by a docent-led presentation of Gold Rush stories from a variety of perspectives and materials for a post-visit oral history project.

FREE for Title 1 schools & $50 for non-Title 1 schools through August 31!
More to Explore
Free K-12 distance learning materials on California history, arts and culture subjects are available to download as both printable PDFs and paperless, shareable Google Classroom assignments.
TEMPORARY CLOSURE UPDATE
The Museum remains temporarily closed and will reopen as soon as it is safe to do so. We look forward to welcoming visitors back soon!

Until then, our Mickey reminds you to wear a mask and help stop the spread of COVID-19. For details on our temporary closure, visit the link below.