Homeschool Day: Sculpture

Tuesday, March 10, 2020
12 - 2 PM (drop in)

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After viewing ceramic sculptures in the collection and exhibition American Expressions/African Roots: Akinsanya Kambon’s Ceramic Sculpture, students work with a Museum educator to hand build sculptures of their own. Click HERE to see a list of upcoming Homeschool Day programs.

Homeschool Day is specially designed for homeschool students, parents, and collectives. This drop-in program allows families to structure their own experience, at their own pace, in the order they choose. Visitors receive a map that highlights gallery locations where trained guides are ready with a discussion or activity centered around that day’s theme. Stop by the studio, where education staff and teaching artists share an art making process. All supplies are included. Come alone or with a group. Homeschoolers are welcome to arrive before or stay after the program to enjoy lunch, relax in the courtyard, or have a look at more of the Museum.

Information

$3 per person in advance
$5 per person at the door
Free admission for adults chaperoning a homeschool family or group

Register by clicking the REGISTER button above, visiting the Museum Admission Desk, or calling (916) 808-1182.

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