Family Art Day
ArtSpan, Shipyard Trust for the Arts, YMCA Urban Services, and the YES Project are proud to present a full day of fun art activities, workshops, and performances for kids and families during the SF Open Studios event at Hunters Point Shipyard!
Activities during the day will include:
Art making activities and demonstrations
Tours of artist studios for kids
And much more!
This year we are extremely excited to work with the Youth Educational Spacecraft Project (YES) who will be onsite with their mobile spaceship classroom! The YES classrom is a large, collaborative, creative public art sculpture covered in lunar mosaics deigned by children in the Bayview/Hunters Point neighborhood, drawing attention everywhere it "lands".
Family Art Day is focused on the importance of art in community building and creating connections between the public and artists at the Shipyard. Watch the video of last year's event to learn more. Attendance is free and open to the public. We hope to see you there!
FAMILY ART DAY 2013
S P A C E T R A V E L in 2 0 5 0
This years’s Family Art Day will be held on Saturday November 9, 2013. Like last years “Sailboat Contest” the event promises to be a unique learning experience for Bayview kids, parents and teachers. Everyone is welcome to join over four thousand visitors to our Annual Fall Open Studios - the 26th year of this annual art event.
This year through a generous grant from STAR and ArtSpan an amazing hand made Spaceship created by Lead Artist Dana Albany, along with Kal Spelletich and crew members: Pam Holm, Jessika Welz, Haideen Anderson, Angel, Max Pugach, ,Judah, Sam Frangiamore, Jason Norelli, Wrybread, and over 75 kids from the Tenderlion, Bayview/Hunters Point and Mission District !
Dana, Kal and crew will be at Hunters Point Shipyard. Everyone is welcome to join in and enjoy a day of simulated SPACE TRAVEL 2050. We encourage all Bayview children taking After School Art Programs to participate
Links to website and recent press on the YES project:
SF Chronicle article on the YES Project:
Video about the YES Project showing kids learning about robotics:
About supporting the YES project: