While the museum is not hosting on-site public programs, we are pleased to offer a virtual Art & Nature Family Festival with art, nature, and science activities for all ages.
The museum’s annual Art & Nature event provides a festival of art and ideas for the community; inspires artists; finds and develops connections between art and science; raises awareness of environmental issues; and celebrates Laguna Beach as a center for the appreciation of art and nature.
Bala Shala Yoga for Kids is designed with the guiding principles of yoga at a level children will understand and enjoy. For Art & Nature, join instructors Staci and Makenna for family-friendly yoga inspired by Japan and water!
The Laurie Berkner Band has “groovy, folksy tunes that appeal to the whole family.” Turn it up!
Virtual Field Trip
The San Diego Zoo Safari Park is home to wild and endangered animals from the continents of Africa, Asia, Europe, North and South America, and Australia. Visit their website to learn about animals and watch them on live video streams!
Art & Nature is generously funded by an anonymous donor, the McBeth Foundation, Elie Weaver and Hilton Weinberg, the City of Laguna Beach, the Orange County Community Foundation, the William Gillespie Foundation, Chris Quilter, the FOA Foundation, and the Laguna Art Museum Arts Council.
Sponsors also include the Lodging Establishments of Laguna Beach, The Inn at Laguna Beach, the Laguna Beach Independent, KCRW, Visit Laguna Beach, and JAG Architecture.
Art & Nature 2020 Committee: Gregg and Kathleen Abel, Jane and Joe Hanauer, Robin Kalota, Barbara and Greg MacGillivray, David Powers, Chris Quilter, Elie Weaver and Hilton Weinberg.
Live! At the Museum: Douglas Masek & …
Join this duo consisting of a saxophone and keyboard as they perform in the museum. Please arrive early and enjoy the museum’s exhibitions and social time.
Art Workshop: Oceanic Flow
Inspired by Robert Young’s painting, “The Big One”, local artist Jo Situ Allen (aka DIRTY ERASER) will lead a mixed media collage workshop using found images, objects, and reproductions of marine life from The Accidental Naturalist, her books on native California species.
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