Carnegie Art Museum update for Nov. 8

November 8, 2017

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This week at CAM

The Carnegie and CAM Studio will be CLOSED Saturday,  November 11 for Veteran’s Day. But, don’t miss the exhibition next door We Remember — Ventura County to Vietnam and Back,’ a multimedia display focusing on local veterans, located at the former Social Security building in downtown Oxnard, 327 W. Fifth St. open Wednesday to Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. through Nov. 19. Admission is free.


Artist’s Gallery Talk with Linda Arreola

Thursday, November 9

6 pm     $5 / members free

Catalog available

reservations appreciated 805.385.8158 or

Closing Exhibitions


The Avalanche and The Silence
New Works by  Linda Arreola

The duality between tumultuousness and serenity explored in a new series of geometric paintings by an Award Winner of the California Community Foundation 2016 Fellowship for Visual Artists.

on view through November 19


Collecting/California Latino Art 
Selected works of California Latino art from the Carnegie’s Collection will be shown including the 21ft History of the Chicano Movimiento by Frank Romero, recently  returned from his retrospective at the Museum of Latin American Art, Long Beach.  Carnegie’s focus on collecting Latino Art began in 1994 with a group exhibition curated by Frank Romero.

The Fall exhibits honor, but are not a part of, the Getty’s Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA ambitious exploration of Latin American and Latino Art in LA being exhibited at art institutions throughout Southern California


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