The CJM’s family festival days bring together all ages for art making, music, activities, dancing, and more! Join for a day-long celebration accessible for all families, featuring the joyful sounds of Jonathan Bayer’s Itty Bitty Brass Band, a clay studio, LEGO sukkah-building, decorative paper crafts with Blick Art Materials, a magic show with Neil Marshall, and collaborative artmaking with artist Marty McCutcheon in the Sukkah Studio.
The CJM strives for a welcoming environment for all visitors. In addition to ample space for wheelchairs and a friendly environment for service animals, sign language interpretation (ASL) can be scheduled for all programs with at least two weeks notice.
Harvest Impressions Clay Lab
Roll, stamp, heap, and build in this playful clay lab inspired by the ceramic sculpture in Annabeth Rosen: Fired, Broken, Gathered, Heaped.
Sukkot in the Lobby
Get busy with LEGO sukkahs, paper crafts with Blick Art Materials, and collaborative collage with artist Marty McCutcheon in the Sukkah Studio.
The Calming Corner
Relax, read, or play in a quiet and less-crowded space.
The Art Pushcart in Annabeth Rosen: Fired, Broken, Gathered, Heaped
Join our gallery guide to explore the exhibitions with games, art activities, and more!
Magic Show (10:30–11am)
Enjoy Deaf magician Neil Marshal and his Deaf magician assistant Jaden as they dazzle you with magic tricks and visual comedy. Voice interpretation provided by ASL interpreter.
Itty Bitty Brass Band (11–11:30am)
Jump and dance with Jonathan Bayer’s Itty Bitty Brass Band as they blasts out your favorite kiddie jams over a NOLA beat. Don’t miss their parade and an instrument petting zoo!
NOTE: This date/event is in the past. Keep browsing.Sun October 20, 2019
10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Contemporary Jewish Museum 736 Mission St San Francisco
Free admission for two adults when accompanied by a visitor 18 and under, or a transition youth (18–22)
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