November 10, 2013

Free Day at LACMA for San Bernardino!

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Free Day at LACMA for San Bernardino! LACMA

This past summer, LACMA brought the San Bernardino Art+Film Lab—a free series of films, workshops, and an oral history project —to Perris Hill Park.

This Sunday, November 10, we welcome San Bernardino area residents to LACMA.

Visit the museum for FREE, but wait there's more!

In partnership with Arts Connection, LACMA is going to take you there from San Bernardino in a NICE BIG COMFY BUS!

Bring your family, bring your friends, but don't wait to RSVP or you will miss the bus. Did we mention it's FREE and only to lucky art loving people like yourself receiving this invitation. The only thing you need money for is your lunch or pack one to bring with you.

In addition, LACMA has planned a full day of Art+Film activities just for you. Yes, they are free too! See activity schedule below.

Now for more information you need to know. Get on the bus by 9:30AM in front of:

The California Theater of the Performing Arts

562 W. 4th Street San Bernardino, CA 92401

The bus will bring you back to the Theatre leaving from LACMA at 3:30 PM

DON'T MISS THE BUS, CALL ARTS CONNECTION TO RSVP YOUR SEATS NOW!

909-537-5809

Here's the day activities schedule we promised you. Do any or all of the activities you want or spend the day in the museum.

Hands-on Activities | Plaza 12:30–3:30 pm Participate in artist-led workshops to make scrolls, screens, and more, inspired by LACMA's Japanese art collection.

Bilingual Tours | Meet at Family Sundays Welcome Table 1, 2 & 3 pm Explore the galleries on family-friendly tours led by a LACMA educator.

Video Artwork | Bing Theatre 12–1:30 pm Believing is Seeing (2013, 14 minutes, Artist: Nicole Miller) View a new video work by artist Nicole Miller, featuring San Bernardino residents.

Film | Bing Theatre 1:30–3 pm Redbelt (2008, 99 minutes, rated R, Director: David Mamet) Discover a martial arts instructor who blindly follows a notion of "doing the right thing," in the face of corruption, exploitation, and deceit.

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