ARTStation to feature art-making activities on Free Family Day at the Claremont Museum of Art
ARTStation to feature art-making activities on
Free Family Day at the Claremont Museum of Art
The Claremont Museum of Art welcomes the public for Free Family Day from noon to 4:00pm on Sunday, February 5 with free admission and ARTStation, a place for children to experience art and engage with local culture. High school students in CMA’s Project ARTstART will lead visitors in an art activity related to the current exhibition and the work of local Claremont artists.
Located at the historic Claremont Depot, the Claremont Museum of Art is in the Village at 200 W. First Street, just steps away from the Metrolink Station. The first Sunday of the every month is Free Family Day. Regular hours are Friday through Sunday, noon to 4pm. Admission is $5 and free for Claremont Museum of Art members and children under 18. The museum is also open from 6 to 8pm on the first Saturday of the month for the Art Walk.
The opening exhibition, (re)Generation: Six Decades of Claremont Artists, features selections from the museum’s permanent collection that reflect our region’s rich artistic legacy from the influence of Millard Sheets and the artists who arrived in the 1940s to the GIs who came to study after WWII, to the many contemporary artists who continue to call Claremont home. The exhibition, generously sponsored by Gould Asset Management LLC, will be on view through March 19.