Public Programs

Workshops

Cause for Creativity
SMMoA’s Cause for Creativity (C4C) combines art, social action, and community partnerships to enhance the life of the mind and spirit. "Make art and make a difference" is the motto of this innovative program designed for participants of all ages.

Family Day
SMMoA’s Family Day engages and connects diverse family audiences with contemporary art through projects that complement the exhibitions on view.

Cause for Creativity: What a Girl Wants, What a Girl Needs
Cause for Creativity: What a Girl Wants, What a Girl Needs, 2011
Cause for Creativity: Drawing Attention
Cause for Creativity: Drawing Attention, 2010
Cause for Creativity: What a Girl Wants, What a Girl Needs Goods Drive
Cause for Creativity: What a Girl Wants, What a Girl Needs Essential Goods Drive
Cause for Creativity: Earth, Water, and Color Participants
Cause for Creativity: Earth, Water, and Color, 2009
Hendricks Workshop Mom Son
Family Day: Barkley Hendricks, 2009
Cause for Creativity: Earth, Water, and Color with artist Martin Mull
Cause for Creativity: Earth, Water, and Color with artist Martin Mull, 2009
Furoshiki Food Drive
, 2009
Willow Weaving Workshop During Martin Kersels
Family Day: Willow Weaving, 2008
Tour da Arts
Cause for Creativity: Tour da Arts
Bike Museum
Cause for Creativity:Tour da Arts
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Workshops
Biome Re-imagining Workshop: Plan For An Other Santa Monica

Saturday, May 3, 2014
1:30pm–3:30pm
iCal

General Admission: Free

Join members of the Llano Del Rio Collective, Fritz Haeg and Robby Herbst, to reimagine Santa Monica in an ecological and communitarian way. The workshop will begin with a conversation about the natural and human ecology of the area, as well as historic and contemporary alternatives for these architectural and natural systems. Participants will develop a “Plan For An Other Santa Monica,” which will be included in the Llano Del Rio Collective’s online archive of alternative guides to Los Angeles.

Biome Re-imagining Workshop: Plan For An Other Santa Monica is a part of SMMoA’s Park Studio: Tree House Public Program series.

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