Your favorite LACMA teaching artists are now online! Join virtual Andell Family Sundays activities, art classes, and more! Check out dozens of Make Art @ Home videos on YouTube and grab a free Art Kit (available fall 2020) at your next visit. L.A. County children are invited to become members of NexGenLA—the museum's free and award-winning youth membership!
At LACMA we welcome all self-defined manifestations of family. Family is family—regardless of biology, residence, gender, or marital status.
Image: Photo © Museum Associates/LACMA, by Mercedes Anne Ghimire
We are delighted to announce virtual Andell Family Sundays Anytime. Join us anytime on LACMA’s YouTube channel or on LACMA's blog Unframed. Live links drop at 12:30 pm every Sunday with new activities designed for you and your family—watch a performance, look at cool art, or make your own art in a workshop. Create memories together and have fun!
If you can't join us on Sundays, don't worry activities are available anytime.
First Sunday of the Month: Download a new art activity via LACMA’s blog Unframed.
Second Sunday of the Month: Watch a video of a performance, storytelling, or music program via LACMA’s YouTube channel.
Third Sunday of the Month: Download a new art activity via LACMA’s blog Unframed.
Fourth Sunday of the Month: Participate in an art-making video with a LACMA teaching artist via LACMA’s via LACMA’s YouTube channel.
Learn how to make stencils inspired by art from Fiji. Taught in Spanish and English.
Andell Family Sundays Anytime is supported by Andrew and Ellen Hauptman and The Hauptman Family Foundation. Outreach for Andell Family Sundays Anytime is made possible in part by Tally and Bill Mingst.
LACMA-Ed Online programs are supported by The Rosalinde and Arthur Gilbert Foundation, Edison International, and the Ducommun and Gross Family Foundation
Please note: art making in the Boone Children’s Gallery is temporarily closed.
We are excited to introduce FREE museum art kits. Grab one at your next visit. Plus, did you know that our teaching artists have been busy making art videos? Check out LACMA’s YouTube channel for dozens of creative projects you can do at home!
Discover the museum as a creative and inspiring space. Encounter new art, take photos of LACMA’s iconic Urban Light, and get ideas for your own projects. Join a teen art class to develop your own personal artistic style.
All Los Angeles County teens are invited to become members of NexGenLA—the museum's free and award-winning youth membership! NexGenLA members can bring one free guest to the museum and get member pricing on classes.