|December 29th, January 26th & February 23rd
11:00 am – 12:30 pm Studio workshop
Join local artists for focused workshops in the studio. Fun for all ages, Studio Sundays are the perfect time to get messy and learn new art-making techniques from painting to mixed media, sculpture, and more.
December 29th | Renewed Technologies
Led by local artist Brent Langieri
Based on video works by artist Diana Thater, give new life to old technologies when function and beauty collide in repurposed digital media.
January 26th | Earth Works
Led by local artist Veronica Soto
Inspired by exhibition artist Kim Abeles, utilize the environment to create site-specific works in your own backyard.
February 23rd | Photographic Memories
Led by local artist Toni Ivashkov
Enjoy a picturesque moment captured by artist Ansel Adams, and then compose your own nature print in a unique manipulation of the photographic process.
|REE SECOND SUNDAYS
January 12, February 9, March 9
11am-3pm Food truck onsite
11am-4pm Hands-on art making
11am-5pm Free exhibition admissioN
Please note: The museum will be closed November 18th to December 14th, 2013. December’s Free Second Sunday will offer only very limited programming. Regular programming will resume in January.
January 12 SUN: Free Second Sunday and opening celebration for California Landscape into Abstraction
11 am – 3 pm | food truck onsite: Soho Taco
11 am – 4 pm | Hands-on art making: Recycled New Year
12 pm | Exhibition introduction led by Landscape Into Abstraction Curator, Dan Cameron
12 – 3pm | Meet and Greet with curatorial and registrar staff
12:30 pm – 1:30 pm | Jukebox Radio performs
1 - 2 pm | Gallery talks with select artists from Landscape Into Abstraction: Pearl C. Hsiung, Alan Sonfist, and Amir Zaki.
February 9 | Valentine’s Day Jubilee
March 9 | Closing Day Celebration
Major support for Free Second Sundays is provided by The Visionaries.
Additional support is also provided by Alcon and the Kenneth A. Lester Family Foundation.
|At every Free Second Sunday, OCMA selects one outstanding art project as our OCMA PROJECT OF THE MONTH!
This October, families celebrated Carnival with community partner Coastline Community College and live shadow box puppetry and music by Jukebox Radio. Art projects inspired by OCMA’s current exhibition, the 2013 California-Pacific Triennial, included Carnival Photo Booth, Day of the Dead Masks, Repujado Drawings, and more. October’s project of the month comes from the Carnival Photo Booth project.
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