Make art, spread peace. The free annual family festival fills the museum with art, music, performances, and more. Enjoy an interactive musical storytelling session with Baba the Storyteller. Celebrate the rich history of protest quilts by making your own with Diedrick Brackens. Make wishes for our planet and cast them into a giant fishing net with Carolina Caycedo. Make a garden that moves with Beatriz Cortez. Make a print with Olga Koumoundouros that celebrates your neighborhood and community. Get in the groove with Lula Washington Youth Dance Ensemble and celebrate family through dance and culture. Make a songbook about solidarity with Public Fiction. Join Shizu Saldamando in tracing a portrait of your loved one and declaring what makes them special. Experience an interactive puppetry performance full of fantasy and funnies. Help Comfort Campaign and Miry’s List make welcome signs and drawings for newly arrived refugee children. Spread cotton candy love with LoveSwirls. Enjoy the guitar and ukulele tunes of Noah James & Brendan Brandt. Note that the galleries will be closed, but there will be several outdoor works on view. Parking is available under the museum. Rates are $ 6 for the first three hours with museum validation, and $ 3 for each additional 20 minutes, with a $ 20 daily maximum.
When: Saturday September 8, 2018 from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm.
Contact: 310.443.7000 or email@example.com