JUNE 2020 E-NEWS
June 2020 Exhibits & Events
New online programs launching this month, plus updates on our planned reopening under the state's Phase 3 guidelines
In keeping with Phase 3 guidelines announced by Governor Gavin Newsom, the California Museum is pleased to announce plans to reopen are underway. Although a date has yet to be determined, we anticipate welcoming general admission visitors back onsite with many new health and safety precautions such as online ticketing, contactless admission, hourly cleaning, members-only gallery hours and more, likely in the coming weeks.

In the meantime, a series of new virtual programs starts in June, including the California Time Traveler Camp Online and new digital collections published in partnership with Google Arts & Culture. To learn more, read the updates below.

As always, thank you for your continued support, and we look forward to reopening as soon as it is safe to do so!
Visit our website to learn more about our temporary closure and impact of COVID-19 on operations.
June 22-26, July 13-17 & July 20-24
Explore 150 years of history, arts and culture in the Museum's popular summer program now online! Ideal for young adventurers ages 6-11, this week-long virtual day camp includes a combination of daily Zoom sessions, videos featuring visitors from historic eras and hands-on activities. Admission $75 per time-traveler. For details or to book passage today, visit registration page .
Distance Learning materials for K-12 students at home are available as both PDFs and as Google Classroom assignments. Visit our Distance Learning page to access or for more information.
Virtual field trip and education programs are currently in development for the 2020-2021 school year. For questions or more information, contact reservations@californiamuseum.org.
ONLINE EXHIBIT S & COLLECTIONS
LAUNCHING SOON ON GOOGLE ARTS & CULTURE
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Kokoro: The Story of Sacramento's Lost Japantown
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State Pride: The Art of Vintage California Produce Labels
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California Responds: The Legacy of California EMS
Videos of exhibit subjects featured in Gold Mountain: Chinese Californian Stories now available to view on our YouTube channel .
ALL-NEW LONG-TERM INSTALLATION COMING SOON
Developed in collaboration with California First Partner Jennifer Siebel Newsom, this all-new long-term exhibit features the stories of Golden State women from the 1700s to present, who inspire change and reflection on the ongoing struggle for equality. Learn more.
We need your support to continue providing quality programs highlighting the state's history,arts and culture while our facility is closed and admissions revenue is unavailable. 

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