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MOCA's galleries are currently closed, please enjoy Virtual MOCA.

Virtual MOCA

For Families

Welcome, families! Join us monthly for inclusive, hands-on art-making workshops designed especially for families. Each 45-minute workshop features deep looking and conversation, a unique art activity, and helpful tips for adults on how to talk to kids about art. Led by MOCA Education & Visitor Engagement.

FREE!

Spanish and ASL interpretation provided at each workshop.

Upcoming Programs:
Sunday, April 18, 1–1:45pm
Register here
Express yourself! In this workshop, explore Gillian Wearing's public artwork. Then create and share your own sign that reflects your personal vision for the world. You'll need: writing utensils and a sheet of paper.

Gillian Wearing, Work Towards World Peace - Signs that say what you want them to say and not signs that say what someone else wants you to say, 1992-1993. The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
	Gift of the Heather and Tony Podesta Collection.

Gillian Wearing, Work Towards World Peace - Signs that say what you want them to say and not signs that say what someone else wants you to say, 1992-1993. The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
Gift of the Heather and Tony Podesta Collection.

Mark Dion

This program engages Mark Dion's joyful bedroom installation When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth (Toys 'R' U.S.), which recreates a childhood bedroom, complete with dinosaur sheets, wallpaper, and posters.

Victor Estrada

This program engages Victor Estrada's charming sculpture Happiness, which reflects about identity and the experience of living in two cities.

Do-Ho Suh

This program engages Do Ho Suh's evocative piece Seoul Home/L.A. Home/New York Home/Baltimore Home/London Home/Seattle Home/L.A. Home, which meditates on the ideas of longing, memories, and home.


Education at MOCA courtesy of Terri and Michael Smooke. Support provided by The Hearst Foundations.