OCMA among SoCal Museums Free-for-All on March 23

SoCal Museums announced that this year’s Museums Free-for-All, an initiative started almost 20 years ago to invite new audiences and encourage cultural participation across Southern California, will take place on Saturday, March 23. This year more than 30 museums and cultural institutions are participating in the annual event, which has become a celebration of the region’s vibrant cultural landscape. Orange County Museum of Art (OCMA) is among the museums.

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Photos by Yubo Dong

Installation view: Joan Brown, 2024. Orange County Museum of Art

“We are thrilled, once again, to invite visitors from across Southern California to see the remarkable range of art, cultural heritage, natural history, film, and science that our museums and cultural organizations have to offer. The Museums Free-for-All has always been an opportunity for people to see something new or to revisit a treasured spot,” said Alexa Nishimoto, SoCal Museums president and marketing associate, Japanese American National Museum. “The Free-for-All also serves as a reminder that many museums here in Southern California are always free and others offer these types of opportunities year-round.”

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Joan Brown Exhibition, 2024 at OCMA

A calendar of free days can be found at http://socalmuseums.org/free.

This offer is for general museum admission only and does not apply to specially ticketed exhibitions. Regular parking fees apply at each museum. Consult individual museum websites for hours, directions and other visitor information.

For more information and a list of participating museums, go to http://socalmuseums.org/.


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