Andell Family Sundays—French Ceramics: Useful and Beautiful
Dinner tastes so much better when you eat off of a beautiful plate! Check out lovely and useful French ceramics in the exhibition Daily Pleasures: French Ceramics from the MaryLou Boone Collection.
Make your own fancy-inspired art projects in the following workshops:
Beautiful patterns with artist Hadley Holliday
Based on the delicate patterns found on ceramics in the exhibition, young artists will collage and draw on paper cut-outs of jars and vases.
Ceramic vessels with artist Rosanne Kleinerman
Inspired by two pitchers in the delightful shapes of a peasant woman and man, participants will work with model magic clay to make their own decorative vessels.
Toddler tarp with artist Valentina Mogilevskaya
Artists younger than five years old will transform everyday paper plates into fancy decorative plates with stamps, collage, and their own drawings.
Art cart with artists Marylene Camacho and Beatriz Jaramillo
Sketching an artwork is one of the best ways to really see it. And, it is a great activity for the whole family to do together!
Bilingual Family Tours
Join educator Fernando Cervantes on a fun family tour of the exhibition Daily Pleasures: French Ceramics from the MaryLou Boone Collection. The tours are designed to be interactive and family friendly by including playful observation and discussion in Spanish and English.
Tours start at 1:00 pm, 2:00 pm, and 3:00 pm and meet at the welcome table.
While you're here, cruise on over to BCAM to see more than a thousand miniature cars zooming through Chris Burden's kinetic sculpture, Metropolis II, which is in action every Sunday at the following times: 10:30–11:30 am; 12:30–1:30 pm; 2:30–3:30 pm; 4:30–5:30 pm.
LA Times Central Court | Free, with museum admission | 12:30–3:30 pm
Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Andell Family Sundays is supported by Andrew and Ellen Hauptman and the Hauptman Family Foundation.