Event Press Release

Celebrating Family, Fun And Art At SFMOMA

Release date: December 19, 2001

The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) continues its popular Family Studio activities on the third Sunday of the month from noon to 3 p.m. Every month a different hands-on activity is linked to the Museum's collections. Activities are designed for children up to ten years of age.

What Every month, SFMOMA's Family Studio presents a different hands-on art activity that is linked to the Museum's collections. Prior registration is not necessary.
When Noon to 3 p.m. on the following dates:
February 17, 2002
March 17, 2002
April 21, 2002
May 19, 2002
Where San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
151 Third Street, San Francisco
Admission Included in Museum admission: $10 for adults; $7 for senior citizens; $6 for students with valid ID; free to SFMOMA members and children 12 and under accompanied by an adult. For more information, the public may contact the SFMOMA Education Department at 415/357-4097.

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Education Programs at SFMOMA are made possible by the Koret Foundation, California Arts Council, the Acacia Foundation, Bank of America Foundation, and The Bernard Osher Foundation. Additional support is provided by the Flora Family Foundation, the Robert and Helen Odell Fund, Pacific Bell, Wells Fargo, Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Green, MetLife Foundation, McKesson Foundation, AEGON Transamerica Foundation, Georges DeBatz Trust for the Arts, Citigroup Foundation, Gap Foundation, The Grove Foundation, Joseph R. McMicking Foundation, Mervyn's, Siemens ICN, Loomis, Sayles & Company, LP, Daniel Kilpatrick, 2000 Carole and Robert McNeil Docent Award recipient, and The Morris Stulsaft Foundation. KidstART free admission for children twelve and under is made possible by The Charles Schwab Corporation Foundation.

Media Contacts

  • Jessica O’Dwyer , 415/357-4176,
  • Sandra Farish Sloan , 415/357-4174,
  • Libby Garrison , 415/357-4177,


San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
151 Third Street
San Francisco, CA 94103

Founded in 1935 as the first West Coast museum devoted to modern and contemporary art, SFMOMA is currently undergoing a major expansion project that will significantly enhance gallery, education, and public spaces, enabling the museum to better showcase more of its expanded permanent collection. While the museum is temporarily closed for construction,  through 2016, SFMOMA is “on the go” with an extensive array of off-site programming across the Bay Area, including collaborative and traveling museum exhibitions, major outdoor projects and commissioned installations, and new education initiatives.

Visit sfmoma.org or call 415.357.4000 for more information.