Art & Nature | Family Festival



Family Festival
Sunday, November 6

2:00-5:00 p.m.
Laguna Art Museum
Free admission
The museum opens its doors for free to visitors of all ages and offers a variety of interactive art, nature, and science activities, environmental information booths, and face painting.




Coding + Landscape

Create your own landscape through the magic of coding! The Beall Center for Art + Technology’s “Beall on Wheels” instructors will show you how to create basic code using Scratch coding blocks on Kano Computers – which are specially designed just for kids! Be amazed as your codes create beautiful works of digital art!

Pattern Paintings
Learn from Laguna Art Museum teaching artists and create your own artwork inspired by the exhibition Kristen Leachman: Xylem Rays.
  Learn About Marine Life in Laguna’s Marine Protected Areas
Create an artful octopus, test your knowledge of marine creatures, and learn about our coastline with Laguna Bluebelt Coalition..
lcf-logo Greeting Cards
Visit Laguna Canyon Foundation to create your own greeting card, filled with beautiful nature. Together we can #ProtectWhatWeLove and #KeepitWild.


Sea Star Necklaces
Make your own sea star necklace and learn about ocean ecosystems along the Laguna Coast with Laguna Ocean Foundation. 

May Peace Prevail on Earth Flags
Create a peace flag to inspire harmony in nature with the MY HERO Project!
  Intertidal Animal Adaptations and Sea Star Art
Learn about animals that live in the intertidal zone, touch live sea creatures, and create your own Stunning Sea Star artwork with Ocean Institute..
  Stamp Out Pollution
Join Pacific Marine Mammal Center and help “stamp out pollution” through creating an ocean scene art project.
Pot Your Own Seed
Join seeds to make a pot from recycled newspaper and plant an organic seed to take home and grow.
Face Painting
Face painting artists from Tickled Pink decorate the faces of children of all ages.




  Newport Bay Conservancy is a nonprofit, volunteer-driven organization dedicated to the protection and preservation of Upper Newport Bay and its watershed through education, restoration and research.
Surfrider Foundation, South Orange County Chapter is dedicated to preserving and protecting our oceans, waves and beaches. Surfrider Foundation is the world’s largest grassroots-activist volunteer environmental organization, with over 80 US chapters and 20 international chapters.