Past Exhibits .
Community Exhibit Development Partnership: A Program of Peralta Hacienda Historical Park
What I Hear I Keep: Stories from Oakland's Griots
An art installation by Walter Hood with audio design by Holly Alonso
A magnificent visual and audio art installation based on the West African tradition of griots (pronounced gree-oh) - storytellers who hand down family and community history from one generation to the next - will premiere in Feburary at the Peralta House Museum of History and Community. Come hear the narratives of African American residents of Oakland as they shine a light on the East Bay's past while exploring identity and connection heare and now. Add your own stories to this interactive art piece!
Rhythm of the Refugee: A Cambodian Journey of Healing
On view at Peralta Hacienda Historical Park every Cambodian New Year Festival (April 2nd, 2016).
Embroidering our Lives: Mien Women at Peralta Hacienda
Faces of Fruitvale
The Peralta House opened to the public in 2001 with Faces of Fruitvale, and exhibit in which fifty-five neighbors from all over the world and the United States told their stories. Photopanel design by Jeff Norman with audio by Holly Alonso.