Making art with Dad. For Dad. (Father’s Day is Sunday, June 23rd.)
Is he a scenic man? A man of the land, of the broader picture or does he lean towards the abstract, blurred lines, and impressions?
Whether it’s with or for Dad or Mom, or Uncle Bert or cousin Maya, the Pasadena Museum of California Art is holding Family Day with art projects based on current exhibits, Saturday, June 22nd.
In response to California Scene Paintings: 1930 to 1960, there will be scenic dioramas to make. For Christopher Miles: Bloom, participants will create wax paper and melted crayon sculptures—we’ve been told that a test run was conducted the other day, and “they were very cool.”
Family Day at the PMCA
Saturday, June 22nd, 3-5 p.m.
490 E. Union St., Pasadena
Event is free with museum admission
Admission: adults, $7; seniors and students, $5; children under 12, free
Above sculpture: Christopher Miles, Untitled (Ecce Homo Lancelot Marini), 2012. Acrylic, paper, aluminum. Photo by Cecily Miles.