Sacramento Museum Day 2011 @ SOJO

Sojourner Truth Multicultural Art Museum & Development Center will joining regional museums for Sacramento Museum Day, February 5th, 2011. The theme of  SOJO’s exhibition is A Celebration of “Women of Color.”

February 5, 2011 - 10:00 am - 4:00 pm - 2251 Floring Road, Sacramento, CA 95822


Twenty-six (26) greater Sacramento area museums will be offering free admission for the 13th Annual Sacramento Museum Day. This event is presented by the Sacramento Association of Museums (SAM), and proudly supported by Umpqua Bank. Sacramento Museum Day takes place Saturday February 5, 2011 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. All participating museums close at 5 p.m. with the last guests admitted at 4 p.m.

Museum Day, a Sacramento cultural tradition, invites all members of the community to experience the Capital City’s incredible wealth of art, history, science and wildlife at numerous participating museums AT NO COST. (click for more info)





Featured Artist:” A Celebration of ”WOMEN of COLOR”

Alpha Bruton, Sonya Fe, Joe Pallakoff, Maraues Cameron, Hmong Women’s Heritage, Simona Hernandez, ,Marshall Bailey, Rosesharon Oates, Dephane Burgess, Shonna McDaniels, John King, Erika Foley, Frank Blackwell, Joe Gee, Jose Lott, Marissa Lopez

Additional Activities:

Mural Tours, Quilting Demos, Storytelling, and Children's activities.

Performances by Umoja African Dance, Korral Cobain, as well as Yemanya Napua and Naimah McDaniels in "A Conversation Between Sojourner Truth and Harriet Tubman"

  • Friday Night Artist

    ***ONE NIGHT ONLY***

    Before Museum's Day officially opens, we will be hosting New York Artist, Painter and Designer Khali Keyi.



    February 4th from 6:30PM to 9:30PM



Khali Keyi, an artist whose primary discipline or response is leather, will facilitate a conversation about the true beauty of African Art and its tremendous power to heal. A healing that occurs through the actual process of creating as opposed to the final product: "the art" itself.  Khali, who resides in New York, will be visiting the Sacramento area during the month of February.


Khali believes that being an artist is a gift and a calling that should be shared and used to serve others.  He has conducted numerous workshops titled “Every Thing Connects” as an Artist-in-Residence in Louisville, Kentucky; Lebanon Junction Public School in Kentucky; Jackson-Hole, Cody, & Casper, Wyoming; and Baltimore, Maryland.  His art pieces will be available for purchase.