SIGN UP | Additional Open Hours for GATHER Exhibits

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We are excited to open our first online interactive oral history exhibit this Friday, May 1st at 5:00pm, and hope you are able to join us for this unique event. One of the highlights of the exhibit has always been the opportunity for visitors, narrators, and students to engage in dialogue, and so we are offering additional times throughout the month of May to gather in smaller groups with the student curators. These times are now available for registration below.

If you have any questions please contact Rebecca McGilveray at or visit the OHMA site.

May 1st, 2020 | 5:00-8:00pm

For the first time in our twelve year history, OHMA is proud to present a fully digital curation of our students’ fieldwork. Initially compelled by global uncertainty to reconsider our usual pop-up event, we whole-heartedly embraced the opportunity to share our work with increased access and longevity, beyond local New York area audiences and beyond the span of two days.

We invite you to GATHER, an immersive, interactive oral history exhibit designed to explore, challenge, ignite, and connect.

On May 1 from 5:00-8:00pm EST, we'll host a digital-launch event during which you'll be able to interact in real-time with the students who've curated this work.


May “Open Hours”

After the event, the exhibit will remain open for you to explore at your convenience, with channels to respond and ask questions. Most exhibit content will remain available online throughout the month of May and beyond, but there will be specific times outside of the opening night that students will be hosting interactive events to talk about their exhibits. You can find a full list of these times below and sign up to attend by filling out this formThe students will reach out to you before your time slot with information about how to join them in Zoom, Twitch, or livestream.



Check out our upcoming online events below:

For more information or if you have access needs: Please contact Rebecca McGilveray at or visit the OHMA site.