Join the Bowers Museum for this festival celebration of Dia de los Muertos featuring music, dance, food, face painting, art projects, and live performances!
Families will enjoy this fiber-art hands-on project. Similar to the way clay coil pots are made, this paper coiling core is shaped and glued in layers. Explore the First Californians exhibition for inspiration before making your own basket.
The crate labels of California were an important part of selling citrus fruits. The brightly colored crate labels shined a light on California as the land of opportunity and prosperity. Create your own idyllic part of California to take home.
Create an original work of art using Chinese Scroll Painting techniques such as calligraphy, brush painting, poetry, and signature stamps called Chop.
Children will learn a simple weaving process using reeds to make a traditional Cherokee basket.