Dear Creativity Museum friends,
Happy New Year! Start 2023 with Family Activities at the Creativity Museum
The Children's Creativity Museum re-opens this week with holiday hours and new programming from nationally-known guest artists and makers! Check our Facebook and Instagram accounts for up-to-date information on our new programs
Open for Long Weekends This Month!
The entire Museum and Carousel will be open for both Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday (January 14-16) and Lunar New Year (January 21-23)! When the kids are out of school, come to the Creativity Museum to imagine, create, and share! (Carousel hours dependent on weather) Buy tickets here.
Internet-of-Things Workshop for Older Kids (Jan 14, 15, 16)
Teens and tweens (aged 10-14) are invited for a special drop-in workshop this holiday weekend to imagine the city of the future. Learn how data and radio waves are a part of our everyday lives by making, coding, and constructing smart homes, streetlights, greenhouses, and new modes of transportation. Learn new techniques to craft 3D objects with paper, and activate cardboard structures with Internet-of-Things technology. (Free with admission, space may be limited)
Workshops with Nationally-Known Asian-American Artist
On January 21 and 23, join multimedia artist Amanda Phingbodhipakkiya in a storytelling ritual and community event as part of her upcoming project “Let the Future Speak," funded in part by the Asian Art Museum. Share your story and help build an archive of Asian American and Pacific Islander voices, sounds, and stories from across the Bay Area. We are inviting participants who are willing to have their stories recorded and archived to bring an artifact, object, or photograph that is a touchpoint for their identity, or something that holds significant meaning to them. (Free with admission, space will be limited, workshops will run throughout the day).