CMA Stories

You may recognize Lucia Hierro's artwork from our current Home Sweet Home: Is a Home a Sanctuary? exhibition. Familiarize yourself with Lucia's artwork and try your hand at creating your own! Read more

Get creative with these six How-To Videos for at-home art-making! Read more

These simple and fun art prompts are a great way to use household materials for creative art-making. Read more

Meet Lindz Amer (and their best stuffed friend Teddy) of Queer Kid Stuff, an webseries for LGBTQ+ children and their families. Read more

Creating a virtual thank you note for essential workers is a fun, creative way to support the workers who are helping us through this challenging time. Read more

Spend 10 minutes with CMA Teaching Artist Reed Hexamer and learn how you can make your own wheatpaste squid sculpture at home. Read more

Meet CMA-Teaching-Artist-turned-LA-maker Mx. Rich and their new workshop series, Mx. Rich Makes! Read more

Use CMA's Look Make Share pedagogy to explore artworks from our Permanent Collection. Read more

Check out this week's How-To Videos for creative at-home art projects! Read more

Bring the magic of stART Studio into your own home with two creative art projects from Teaching Artist Lynn Roselli. Read more

Calling all flubber lubbers! Learn 6 fun facts about flubber and follow along with the recipe to make your own. Read more

Check out a series of instructional art activities written in the spirit of the classic Fluxus artwork, which contain poetic instructions to interact with the world around them in new and whimsical ways. Read more

Longtime friend of CMA Yung Oh Le Page is sharing How-To-style videos on his YouTube page! Check out his videos and read on for an interview with Yung about his practice as a cardboard artist, his favorite CMA memory (it involves his daughter!), and advice on how to address challenging topics with children. Read more

From painting with golf balls to creating eco-friendly puppets, CMA shares 6 family-friendly art projects to do at home.
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stART Studio Teaching Artist Lynn Roselli offers a fun and easy way to turn upcycled materials into your very own bowling alley — all in the comfort of your home. Read more

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