As a part of their show Connecting Seas, The Getty is having a kid’s day on April 6 that will be all sorts of piratey. Young adult author Cornelia Funke will also be reading some of her work, too.
Hey, families: heads up on this: K.A.M.P.—Kids Art Museum Project—is happening at the Hammer on May 18. Supposed to be fun!
March 13 at SMMOA will be an interesting event at the intersection of food and art: you’ll be able to make art with food! They’ve teamed up with Good Eggs for the event and it sounds awesome.
It’s not very often that you find clothing made for kids that make you say, “Shit: I want that for me. Does that come in adult sizes??” That doesn’t happen outside of Crew Cuts catalogues (at least, that’s how I feel when I look at that). Nico Nico is a local effort to get cool LA kids looking even cooler through locally sourced, environmentally conscious clothing. They’re also super cute and super hip. Again: we wish we could wear these clothes!
Skirball is having a fun family puppet festival on April 13. It involves Bob Baker Marionettes and tons of other programming: it’s a day of puppetry!! This should—and will be—very fun.