Tue–Fri, 12:00–5:00 pm
Sat–Sun, 10:00 am–5:00 pm
Closed Mondays 

Skirball Cultural Center

Outdoor Art Making

Kids and Families

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Pricing and Details

Included with general admission

Children must be accompanied by an adult 18 and up; minimum adult/child ratio is 1:4.

In inclement weather, outdoor activities are subject to change or cancellation.

Masking Policy

Please bring a non-cloth mask to wear while indoors (ages 2+).

About the Program

Head to the Winnick Breezeway outside of Noah’s Ark to enjoy one-of-a-kind art projects themed around Skirball exhibitions, Jewish traditions, and the importance of caring for the world. Reinforcing the values of collaboration and community, these activities can be done anytime during your visit or taken home.

Current and Upcoming Projects

  • January 5–29—Community Quilt Squares
    As part of Together for Good: Caron Tabb and the Quilting Corner, use fabric markers and reclaimed textiles to create a quilt square. Add your artistry and story to a Skirball community quilt or take it home and start a quilt of your own.
  • February 2–March 31—Purposeful Planters
    Celebrate the Jewish holiday of Tu B’Shevat, or “New Year of the Trees,” by designing your very own planter pot using natural and repurposed materials.

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Donor Support

Family Programs at the Skirball Cultural Center are made possible in part by generous support from the following donor:

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