Google, which is located in the Bay-area, is offering free family admission to the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) on Sunday, July 17, 2011. Per the press release,
Google Family Day at SFMOMA
Held on Sunday, July 17, 2011, Google Family Day will provide a personal gateway for families to explore the entire museum and all its resources free of charge. This daylong celebration is an opportunity for the whole family to have fun together while creating, viewing, and learning about art. Kids and their parents can immerse themselves in the museum exhibitions through special performances, gallery treasure hunts, and hands-on art projects. Poets Jacqueline Suskin, Lynn Gentry, and Silvi Alcivar will be stationed in the galleries creating poems for and with families in response to the artworks on view. Families will also be able to design their own books and fill them in with content inspired by the art around them. In the museum’s Haas Atrium, children ages 4 to 11 will be able to sign up for the Mods, a free kids club that entitles each member to return to SFMOMA with an adult, free of charge, at any time for the remainder of 2011.
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
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