Jan. 27-April 27, 2013
ArtFusion is a FREE Sunday afternoon program for families, providing a creative and inspiring environment for children to work with their parents or adult caregivers. Enrich your creative mind through hands-on projects related to the Permanent Collection and the current featured exhibition SLOW: Marking Time in Photography and Film. ArtFusion takes place most Sundays on the fifth floor of the MOCA from noon – 4 p.m. and is led by a professional art educator, so come by anytime and join this invigorating creative interaction.
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For additional information please contact our Museum Educator 366-6911, ext. 225 or
Bank of America Family Free Day
Noon – 4pm
Museum Admission is free all day for children and accompanying adults.
Sunday Family Free Days are sponsored by:
You’re the tour guide! Follow along with our scavenger hunt as you make your way through our exhibition Slow: Marking Time in Photography and Film.
Learn about the photographic process through the old method of creating sun prints.
Black and white photographers may tint a symbolic part of a photograph to make it stand out. Using oil pastels and watercolors, enhance significance to part of the black and white photographs provided or bring in your own.
You are the artists in our studio! Design either yourself or your friends and family using our props and instantly print your photo!
You can be your own video game designer by stamping squares to create a pixelated image!.
Explore new techniques in painting through the use of straws, soap, and paint!
Crazy Hair Portraits
Design your own crazy hair using a photograph of a human face!
While art forms such as film and video may seem beyond reach, creating a flip book is a simple way to introduce movement into drawing.
Platonic Solids Sculptures
Math can be fun when creating these 3-Dimensional shapes through the ancient art of paper folding!
April 1 h5. No ArtFusion / Easter Sunday
3-D Mini Museums
Create and curate your own MOCA exhibition or recreate your favorite works of art!
Rainbow Artists Opening
Come on out to visit a very special art opening with our MOCA outreach program, Rainbow Artists, serving Duval County Public School students with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Marbling can be as simple or as complex as desired, and all ages can participate!
Create abstract sculptures using cardboard and scissors to find a balance!