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Oakland museum’s hip-hop exhibition twins with events from chess to barbershop chats

Mariecar Mendoza

2018, MAR 23rd

The next party, scheduled for April 6, features members of the DJ Project spinning tunes, dance performances by the all-female; Mini Mix’d, the all-girl youth company in the Mix’d Ingrdnts Dance Family; and a youth showcase in the 10th Street Amphitheater. The Grammy-nominated Alphabet Rockers and are slated to perform April 20. Off the Grid food trucks will also be on-site at each block party. Gallery admission is half-off for adults and free for those 18 and younger during these nights. Parking in the museum garage is $7.

The Oakland Museum of California plans to host several events tied to “Respect: Hip-Hop Style & Wisdom” with an aim to provide experiences that will immerse museumgoers in the world of hip-hop. Many of the events are free or included with special exhibition admission. Here are some of the highlights:

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