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A season of exhibitions dedicated to photography in the African Diaspora, plus a solo exhibition of the video work of Rashaad Newsome

A season of exhibitions dedicated to photography in the African Diaspora, plus a solo exhibition of the video work of Rashaad Newsome

(San Francisco, CA)—This fall, the Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD) presents an exhibition season   Read more »

Four New Members Appointed to Board of Directors  of Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD) in San Francisco

Four New Members Appointed to Board of Directors of Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD) in San Francisco

San Francisco, CA, June 18, 2019 — The Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD) announces   Read more »

MoAD Matters: Updates on the Team

MoAD Matters: Updates on the Team

by James G. Leventhal, Acting Director and CEO With the recent reassertion of the mission   Read more »

James G. Leventhal Appointed Deputy Director and Chief Development Officer of MoAD

James G. Leventhal Appointed Deputy Director and Chief Development Officer of MoAD

MoAD tapped to debut the Studio Museum of Harlem permanent collection in Spring 2019 San   Read more »

Free Admission Every Saturday in February

Free Admission Every Saturday in February

MoAD is excited to announce free admission every Saturday from 11am to 6pm. Come enjoy   Read more »

MoAD Exceeds Oceanwide Center LLC Match Challenge

MoAD Exceeds Oceanwide Center LLC Match Challenge

Thanks to a generous $10,000 donation to MoAD by Oceanwide Center LLC, friends and supporters   Read more »

It’s Official, I am now Deputy Director @ MoAD

It’s Official, I am now Deputy Director @ MoAD

As I walked down the stairs at MoAD I noticed my friend and great African   Read more »

San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee Visits MoAD

San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee Visits MoAD

On March 6th, 2015 Mayor Ed Lee paid a special visit to the museum. The   Read more »

MoAD Gala Kicks off Our Reopening

MoAD Gala Kicks off Our Reopening

The MoAD Gala was more than just a night to remember, it was a night   Read more »