Sunday Studio is a free monthly event that invites multigenerational, diverse audiences to delve into the concepts, materials, and techniques on view in current exhibitions through discussion-based tours and process-oriented, experiential projects designed by local and exhibiting artists. No reservations required.
Join us the first weekend of June for Big Family Day, MOCA's annual super-sized Sunday Studio that activates the museum inside and out.
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More from past programs:
In November 2011, internationally known artist Edgar Arceneaux led a workshop inspired by MOCA’s exhibition Under the Big Black Sun: California Art 1974-1981 and the song Black Hole Sun by Soundgarden.
At MOCA’s February 2011 Sunday Studio, Leslie Carothers-Aromaa led high school-age dancers from The Colburn School’s Professional Training Program in an exploration of the creative junctions where movement and visual art meet, through discussion, dance, and art-making.
Who was St. Rose of Lima? Nationally renowned, East L.A. artist Gronk previews the painting activity he led with museum visitors at the November 2010 Sunday Studio: