Orange County Art Museum Opens For Public On October 8

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Morphosis, led by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Thom Mayne and his partner-in-charge Brandon Welling, designed the new museum building.

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Gives the OCMA more exhibition spaces, classrooms, and public spaces so that modern and contemporary art can enrich the lives of a community that is diverse and always changing.

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For the next ten years, everyone will be able to get into the OCMA for free, which will help the museum reach its goal of being open to the public.

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The OCMA at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts is a model for a new kind of museum with open, urban, and social spaces and strong interior-exterior links.

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The building by Morphosis has light-filled atriums, open galleries, a large sculpture terrace, and "storefront galleries" to welcome visitors.

The new museum will be able to put on shows from its unique collection as well as keep up a schedule of important temporary shows.

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On October 8, the Orange County Art Museum will host an open party that will last for the entire day.

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On October 7, there will be a ceremony to cut the ribbon and dedicate the museum, which will be attended by important people from the arts and government.

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The public is welcome to check out the new buildings and the many opening exhibitions, as well as to take part in concerts, movie screenings, and art-making workshops.

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