All MCAM exhibitions and programs are open to the public. Admission is free unless otherwise stated.

Imogen Cunningham, Magnolia Blossom, 1925 DEC 2, 2015 Opening Reception for In Focus: Group f/64 and the Bay Area 4:00–6:00 pm, MCAM Back Gallery Join MCAM and student curators for the opening of In Focus: Group f/64 and the Bay Area. Group f/64 was a collective of early 20th-century Bay Area photographers who shared a modernist photographic style characterized by sharp-focused and closely cropped images seen through a particularly Northern Californian point of view. Featuring work by Ansel Adams, Imogen Cunningham, John Paul Edwards, Alma Lavenson, Sonya Noskowiak, Brett Weston, and Edward Weston. Refreshments served.
Constance Hockaday, San Francisco Bay, 2015. DEC 6, 2015 Constance Hockaday: You Make A Better Wall Than A Window–The Tour 1:30–3:30 pm, SF Bay Ferry Terminal, 99 Embarcadero, San Francisco
Constance Hockaday makes collaborative, participatory projects on the water. For You Make a Better Wall Than a Window–The Tour, Hockaday reflects upon our relationship to waterways in urban space. As a sailor and artist whose work is based on the ocean, her research closely examines how government bodies and institutions have come to create barriers to the accessibility of the water.

This project is organized by Southern Exposure in partnership with MCAM for the exhibition Public Works: Artists’ Interventions 1970s–Now on view through December 13, 2015.

Oppenheimer DEC 8, 2015 Sarah Oppenheimer: Holes (Blind Spots and Other Anomalies) 7:00 pm, Storefront for Art and Architecture | 97 Kenmare St, New York
Sarah Oppenheimer is internationally recognized for her exploration of the material and symbolic conventions that animate the built environment. Holes (Blind Spots and Other Anomalies) highlights​ her​ new eponymous book published by the Mills College Art Museum in 2015. ​Sarah Oppenheimer examines the artists' process and current research through previously unseen archival materials. Oppenheimer will be joined by Julian Rose, senior editor at Artforum, and director of Kunsthaus Baselland,​ Dr.​ Ines Goldbach.

Sarah Oppenheimer, a new publication by Mills College Art Museum, explores the potential of the distortion of the visual and social fields through an examination of two recent projects by artist Sarah Oppenheimer. Books will be available for purchase.