Photo: Beth LaBerge
For Families

Free Family Day: The Creative Power of Women

Sunday, March 1, 2020

10 a.m.–4 p.m.

Museum-wide

 

General museum admission is free for two adults accompanying one child or teen 18 and younger. Ticketing is on-site only. See this FAQ.

Enjoy a day of art and family fun at SFMOMA focusing on the creative power of women! To kick off Women’s History Month, join us in celebrating the work of female creators.

As always, you’ll find an array of creative activities that your family can enjoy together. This time, that includes art making inspired by Carol Bove’s dynamic sculptures, story time with San Francisco Public Library librarians (plus some Rad Women), live “sound experiments” with Nevin Aladağ’s  Resonator series, and a treasure hunt that takes you around the museum.

General museum admission is free for two adults accompanying one child or teen 18 and younger. Special Free Family Day activities will conclude at 4 p.m., but the galleries will remain accessible until the museum closes at 5 p.m. Tickets are available on-site only, and cannot be purchased in advance. Learn more about Free Family Day admission here.

This Free Family Day is co-presented by the San Francisco Public Library.

Schedule

10 a.m.—4 p.m. | Drop-in Activities

  • Make a “junkstrument”
    Gina and Stuart Peterson White Box, Floor 4
  • In-Gallery Art Making
    Floor 5
  • Artwork Scavenger Hunt
    All floors (pick up in Helen and Charles Schwab Hall, Floor 2)

10:30-11 a.m. | Story time with SFPL Librarians
Koret Education Center, Floor 2

Noon‒12:30 p.m. | Sound Experiments: Musicians Play Nevin Aladağ’s Sculptures
New Work gallery, Floor 4

1‒1:30 p.m. | Story time with SFPL Librarians
Koret Education Center, Floor 2

2‒2:30 p.m. | Sound Experiments: Musicians Play Nevin Aladağ’s Sculptures
New Work gallery, Floor 4

3‒4 p.m. | Book Reading of Rad American History A-Z and activity with authors Kate Schatz and Miriam Klein Stahl
Koret Education Center, Floor 2

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