Exhibits

Downloadable Files

Rebecca Hamm: Law of Nature

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Explore the new online exhibition by artist Rebecca Hamm, featuring a selection of her paintings on paper and panel. Law of Nature presents a glimpse into the powerful and mysterious forces of nature which confound attempts to commodify them. To explore the exhibition, visit OntarioMuseum.org. 

 

 

Photo credit: Rebecca Hamm, The Burden of Flies, acrylic on paper, 2020. 

Virtual Exhibit: Archives Bazaar Exhibit hosted by LA as Subject

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The Archives Bazaar's Virtual Exhibit premieres on Saturday, October 17 on the LA as Subjects website. The theme of this year's virtual exhibit is the idea of "home" in the greater Los Angeles area. An image from our collection is featured in the virtual exhibit. Be the first to visit the online archive and learn more about local history!

About the Archives Bazzar: LA as Subject is an alliance of archives, libraries, and collections dedicated to preserving the rich history of the Los Angeles region. Hosted by LA as Subject, the Archives Bazaar will be entirely virtual. The Archives Bazaar encapsulates the spirit of showcasing L.A. archives "All Day. All in one place." through engaging programs, online exhibits and virtual tours. 

 

Gem of the Foothills

Permanent Exhibit
This exhibit explores the unique history of Ontario—it’s founding, transitions, people and organizations. Explore Ontario from its roots beginning with the Native Peoples and Californio Rancheros to its founding by George Chaffey. Discover why it has been called both a “Model Colony” and the “Gem of the Foothills.” The book, Ontario The Gem of the Foothills by Michael L. Rounds, traces Ontario history from the Native American era to the present day. Many historic images from the museum’s collections are published here for the first time. This interpretive history about our community is for sale in the museum store.
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