Unite and create. Join us for an afternoon of art, music, performances, and more.
All ages welcome. Most activities are recommended for ages five and up. American Sign Language interpretation will be offered during performances and story time.
The Hammer Museum hosts an afternoon of socially engaged art, music, performances, and more at this year’s Family Day: Art Beyond Borders.
Highlights include an interactive puppetry performance with Bob Baker Marionette Theater, hip-hop dancers from Culture Shock Los Angeles, stories from InsideOUT Writers poets, and music performances by Rhythm Child, Wild Dreams, and the duo Noah James & Brendan Brandt.
Guests can contribute to a giant weaving that will be installed at the U.S.-Mexico border, make a collaborative balloon constellation, add their voices to a collective soundscape, and help make a map of how families are being separated by U.S. policy along the border.
The free annual family festival fills the museum with art, music, performances, and yummy yummy cotton candy.
Parking is available under the museum for $7 flat on weekends
- Contribute to a giant weaving that will be installed at the U.S.-Mexico border with Tanya Aguiñiga and Natalie Godinez.
- Experience an interactive puppetry performance with Bob Baker Marionette Theater.
- Imagine the Los Angeles River restored with pictures of wildlife with Carolyn Castaño.
- Shake it up with hip-hop dancers from Culture Shock Los Angeles.
- Help Ashley Hunt make a map of how families are being separated by U.S. policy along the U.S.-Mexico border.
- Hear InsideOUT Writers poets share their stories.
- Make a collaborative balloon constellation with Alicia Piller.
- Add your voice to a collective soundscape with Jimena Sarno.
- Groove to the musical sounds of Rhythm Child.
- Music by Wild Dreams and duo Noah James & Brendan Brandt.
- Treats from Lee’Poof Cotton Candy.
- Love and kindness activities with Families Belong Together.
- Story-time with Miry’s List.
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