Calendar

Calendar

Saturday / 7.01.17 / 2-3pm
Public Program
Drop-In Tour

Meet at the Admissions Desk for an hour-long drop-in tour with a Museum Educator and visit key installations in the museum's permanent and temporary exhibitions. This tour is FREE with museum admission.

Saturday / 7.01.17 / 1-4pm
ARTLab
Art + Time at the Mattress Factory

A hands-on, drop-in, interactive activity designed for visitors of all ages! Explore, play and experiment during this [FREE with admission] program.

Tuesday / 7.04.17
Notice
Museum Closed
The museum will be closed July 4, 2017 in observance of Independence Day.
Wednesday / 7.05.17
Teen Programming
Summer Art Cooperative

July 5 - August 4. Join our teen program that allows you to become an artist in residence, a guest curator, an exhibition installer, an event planner and an integral part of the MF community! FREE for ages 14 to 18 but an application is required.

Saturday / 7.08.17 / 10-11am
Mini-Factory
REFLECTI(ION)

Reflections can add interesting affects to artwork, create tricks for the eye + give us moments to pause. Explore how artists use this technique for fun and for reflection. This interactive learning program is designed for children ages 3-5. FREE for MF Members // $5 for one child + one parent/caregiver.

Monday / 7.10.17
Community Art Lab
Sound.Play + It's Better Together Program

July 10 - 21. This two-part summer session pairs an interactive music workshop + a collaborative art installation! Ages 10 to 13, registration required.

Saturday / 7.15.17 / 2-3pm
Public Program
Drop-In Tour: LAST LOOK
Meet at the Admissions Desk for an hour-long drop-in tour with a Museum Educator and get a last look at the Factory Installed show at 500 Sampsonia Way, featuring artwork by Stephen Bram, Ezra Masch, Christopher Meerdo, and Mohammed Musallam. This tour is FREE with museum admission. 
Saturday / 7.15.17 / 1-4pm
ARTLab
Inspired by John Latham

A hands-on, drop-in, interactive activity designed for visitors of all ages! Explore, play and experiment with a project inspired by artist John Latham, an artist who exhibited at the museum in 1996. This program is FREE with museum admission.

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