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Virtual Family Day: Art & Healing

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Thursday, February 11, 2021,
3pm - 4pm

Online via Zoom

$5 per Household | Free for MAH Members

Grab your craft supplies and creative kiddos for our new series of virtual family-friendly events. Hop on Zoom as MAH Learning & Engagement Manager, Jamie Keil, takes you through a hands-on art activity alongside featured artists from our upcoming exhibition In These Uncertain Times.

For our first edition of Virtual Family Day on January 23rd, we'll be making collages. We have all been through a lot this past year so this Family Day Series is starting with some reflective and healing art.

Featuring artists from In These Uncertain Times, this event will include different projects and activities focusing on processing our feelings through art. Good for all ages, we recommend bringing paper, coloring utensils, scissors, magazines, old books, news clippings, stickers, tape, dried flowers, or any other items you want to collage plus tape or glue.

Register via Eventbrite to receive the Zoom link. Once you have the Zoom link you can stay the whole time or pop in and out when you can on January 23rd. You can sign up to become a MAH Member here to receive free admission and support the MAH while you're at it.

We look forward to seeing you online as we stay connected and creative through these challenging times.

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Memberships start at $40 and are a great way to get more involved and support the Museum. Once you sign up to become a MAH Member, RSVP via the Free Membership Ticket on Eventbrite to get the Zoom link for this event.

Meet the Artists

Sarah Bianco

Sarah Bianco grew up in the midwest, but has spent most of her life in the Bay Area, moving to Santa Cruz in 1998 to obtain her BFA in Drawing & Painting from UCSC. In addition to her fine art, she is the owner of a decorative painting and interior design business, Painting by Bianco. Sarah lives at the Tannery Arts Center and works out of her studio there, Apricity Gallery.

Dana Peters

Dana Peters lives and works in Santa Cruz, California where she spends most of my time outdoors, hiking, surfing, making art, and co-curating exhibitions and events at her gallery space: The Art Cave.

Angie Si P Screen Printing

Angelina Reed was born in Santa Cruz, California and raised in the nearby hills of Soquel. She loves art, science, and math and was actually a physics major before finishing her BA in Fine Art at UC Santa Cruz. Angie enjoys working in a variety of mediums from photography to ceramics, printmaking to jewelry, drawing to sculpture, painting to book arts. Her inspirations come from stories, memories, and observations, and she is an idea-driven rather than medium-focused artist. She often revisits and explores her subjects, ideas, and themes in different mediums and frequently works in series with multiple pieces that weave together, much like a storyteller.


Reach out via email to we're more than happy to confirm your membership status and/or help you renew so you can take advantage of these membership perks.

For this event, we'll be using scissors and tape/glue to collage, so while this event is great for all ages those younger than 6 will most likely need extra support.

We do ask that parents and/or guardians join this activity with their kids and do not leave children unattended during the event.

You'll need to RSVP or buy a ticket on Eventbrite (linked above). Eventbrite will then instantly send you the Zoom link and send a reminder the day of the event.

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