Free Family Day

Related Exhibition Robert Rauschenberg, Part of Limited Edition, and BodyCartography Project

Sunday, March 18, 2018


Admission is always free for visitors 18 and under. On Free Family Day, general admission is also free for up to two adults accompanying each visitor 18 and under.

Tickets are available onsite only, and cannot be purchased in advance.

Photo: Sarah Cross

Don’t miss SFMOMA’s spring Free Family Day! Performance All Ages invites you and your family to explore sensory and somatic experiences that ignite the imagination with three performances from BodyCartography Project. Continue the day in the galleries and take a look at Robert Rauschenberg: Erasing the Rules.

felt room

Phyllis Wattis Theater

felt room is an installation designed to conjure imagination, speculation, and perception. Entering a darkened space, participants experience the energy, intimacy, and imagination that comes alive in the absence of visual stimulation. Explore the range of your many other faculties for knowing and imagining the world around you, as dancers move in and out of the darkness.

action movie

Public spaces (Haas Jr. Atrium; Schwab Hall)

Reimagine your understanding of your surroundings, including the architecture of SFMOMA. This one-on-one performance activates the senses and encourages deep connections with the surrounding environment. It is a practice in making magic through the simple act of walking and opening and closing our eyes.

Lineage (by Otto Ramstad)

Public spaces (Haas Jr. Atrium; Schwab Hall)

This new performance from Otto Ramstad uses movement to explore the connections between the artists’ artistic lineage and ancestral heritage. Join us for a creative investigation of relationship, family, and artistic inheritance.

Free Family Days are generously supported by the John & Marcia Goldman Foundation and the Yerba Buena Community Benefit District.

Select programs presented in conjunction with Robert Rauschenberg: Erasing the Rules at SFMOMA are made possible through major support from the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation.

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