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More Than a Headline: A Closer Look at the Art and Life of Camilla Hall

June 2

Camilla Hall’s name is most associated with the Symbionese Liberation Army (SLA), a militant group she joined in California in 1974. However, this exhibit delves beyond the headlines to explore Camilla’s life as a daughter, friend, sister, and artist.

The opening date of March 24 would have been Camilla Hall’s 79th birthday, and 2024 also marks the 50th anniversary of the infamous SLA kidnapping of Patty Hearst.

The exhibit content may not be suitable for young audiences.

A Look Beyond the Headlines

The exhibit showcases several of Camilla’s whimsical line drawings and poetry, providing a glimpse into her artistic talent. Visitors will also gain insights into her life journey, from her St. Peter roots to her move to Minneapolis, Los Angeles, and, ultimately, Berkeley.

Exhibition Information

Treaty Site History Center admission applies:

  • $7 per adult
  • $6 per senior (ages 55+)
  • Free for NCHS members and children ages 17 and younger
  • Proud participant in the Museums4All program

Treaty Site Hours

  • Sunday & Monday: Closed
  • Tuesday – Saturday: 10 am – 4 pm