Three skilled interns
help develop Museum's
art and history programs
The Museum is pleased to welcome three new interns -- Pamela Aliaga, Victoria Walcott and Charles Woodward.
Next time you visit the Museum you may meet these new faces -- be sure to say hello.
Pamela Aliaga was raised in Ontario and is an undergraduate at UC Riverside as a fine arts major and enjoys opportunities to develop her artwork. Thanks to her past experience as the art director for the Boys and Girls Club of Pasadena and preparatory exhibit work, she feels confident in looking for new innovative ways to implement the arts in the community.
She is working as an education intern, developing hands-on activities for the Museum's camp, school groups and visitors.
Victoria Walcott joined the museum in July 2018 as a collections intern. After graduating from UC Riverside with a B.S. in anthropology in 2016, she started working at the Riverside Metropolitan Museum. Victoria works with the Riverside County Parks and Open Space District as an administrative lead at the Gilman Historic Ranch and Wagon Museum while also working at our museum.
Charles Woodward joined the museum in December as a collections intern. He grew up in Claremont and has lived in the area most of his life. We went to Chaffey College and graduated from UC Berkeley with a B.A. in anthropology. He was involved in multiple facets of archaeological and paleoanthropological research. He hopes to continue to learn more about the history and narratives of the past of the area he has always called home.
We're the 'Best Museum'
say Daily Bulletin readers
The Ontario Museum of History & Art
has been recently honored by the public by being named the 2018 Inland Valley’s Readers Choice Best Museum Award from the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin.
The Museum was honored as being a welcoming place that reflects pride in who we are, where we live and our legacy. It regularly offers free admission to exhibitions, educational programs, lectures, publications and other community events.