The California African American Museum is pleased to announce that the museum will reopen to the public on Saturday, March 27, 2021. The Museum’s galleries will be open during regular hours from Tuesday through Sunday. 

The followng five exhibitions are now on view, most of which have never been seen in person by the public: 

Sula Bermúdez-Silverman: Neither Fish, Flesh, nor Fowl - Through May 2, 2021

Nikita Gale: PRIVATE DANCER - Through May 9, 2021

Men of Change: Power. Triumph. Truth. - Through May 30, 2021

Sanctuary: Recent Acquisitions to the Permanent Collection - Through July 11, 2021

Enunciated Life - Through August 15, 2021

Each of these captivating exhibitions presents thoughtful perspectives on history and Black life today, and we are excited to welcome you back to CAAM to view them.

Please note: In response to COVID-19, numerous new precautions are in place, including:

  • Admission remains free, but reservations are now required and are available here
  • Capacity is set at 25% per public health and government guidelines.
  • Masks, social distancing, and temperature checks are required.
  • No large bags. The bag check is closed.

For the foreseeable future public programs will remain online, as they have been for the past year. ?

Lastly, please visit our website for complete details about CAAM’s new visiting protocols and to make your reservation to return to our galleries. We can’t wait to see you here!