Join the Motherland Drummers and groove to the dance and drumming traditions of Senegal, Mali, and the Ivory Coast. Crowd participation is encouraged, so step into the circle to dance, sing along, and clap hands! Dedicated to promoting West African dance and drumming, these Inglewood-based performing artists demonstrate how African beats and rhythms hold a […]
This San Fernando–based ensemble of young musicians performs Mexican American and Mexican music that will make your spirits soar. Mariachi Tesoro de San Fernando showcases the talents of advanced members of the Mariachi Master Apprentice Program (MMAP), the award-winning and nationally recognized arts-in-education program founded in 2000 in the city of San Fernando. Working alongside established musicians, the […]
Inspired by the musical traditions of Colombia, Haiti, Belize, Honduras, the Dominican Republic, and Southern California, Buyepongo fuses merengue, punta, and cumbia rhythms with hip-hop, reggae, jazz, and funk. In 2008, a group of close friends, sharing a passion for learning about, creating, and performing music, formed Buyepongo. Since then, they have toured extensively throughout the […]
Pop! Fizz! Bang! Let you inner genius go wild on this day of science and fun. Come make slimy, fizzy and explosive creations in our temporary “laboratories”. See and interact with robots in our robot petting zoo, learn about how real scientists work and study at a “Meet the Scientists” meet and greet, and watch […]
What do daddies do with their children? They style hair, they carpool, they cuddle (after they look under beds for monsters). They play, they motivate, and they comfort. Dads may sometimes wonder if they’re doing a good job. But one thing they’re sure of is that they love every moment with their children. Doyin Richards […]
Check out the Dugout at Skirball this summer! It’s a summer lounge inspired by the museum’s Chasing Dreams Baseball exhibit!
Join Kidspace for its wackiest and quackiest event of the year at our annual Rubber Ducky Races, where you can purchase a rubber duck in the Busy Bee Learning Store, decorate and race it down the Interpretive Arroyo stream in the new Arroyo Adventure! Races will run every half hour from 11am to 4pm, and ducks […]
There are people whose contributions to baseball history went far beyond mere batting averages or stolen bases. From Hank Greenberg and Sandy Koufax to Joe DiMaggio, Jackie Robinson, Roberto Clemente, Fernando Valenzuela, and Ichiro Suzuki, these are players who didn’t just play the game—they changed the game. For generations of American Jews and other minorities, […]
Play a traditional American Indian game with Southern California Indian Center (SCIC) cultural educator John Bradley (Cherokee/Comanche).
In this highly immersive and engaging exhibit, families discover the joy and power of reading at any age. Imagine stepping into the world of your favorite storybooks — building a snowperson and making snow angels in The Snowy Day, tucking in Peter Rabbit, and finding Spot. Exhibit experiences including matching, rhyming, poetry and storytelling all […]