$2 off MOCHA admission for costume wearers
I don’t think I have posted about MOCHA (museum of children’s art) before because it doesn’t fall into my free or cheap category ordinarily. It is an amazing place in downtown Oakland! On Friday and Saturday they have open studios from 10-1 which means you pay $7 for yourself and for your kid to do a variety of different art projects. It is great, I would say, for two year olds and older.
Tomorrow and Saturday if you come in costume you get $2 off. The theme of the projects will be Day of the Dead. What a great way to celebrate this rainy weekend! Here’s more info from MOCHA’s website:
Create, explore and discover in our drop-in studio space!
Open Studio is a space where artists of all ages create, share and connect through art. At MOCHA we believe that art and art-making is for everyone and we have designed our Open Studio to operate under this philosophy. You and your child are free to explore whatever captivates your interest and the teaching artist will always be available to help you locate materials, provide technical instruction, and suggest age appropriate activities.
See more photos from Open Studio in our gallery.
DAYS & TIMES
Friday & Saturday
10:00am – 1:00pm
Learn more about visiting MOCHA and Open Studio.
$7 per person for adults & children (children 18 months and under are free)
For discounts and other benefits, purchase a Make @ MOCHA Package.
As of October 2013 MOCHA no longer accepts previously distributed “Free Studio Passes” for Open Studio admission. We apologize for any inconvenience.
HALLOWEEN SPECIAL! $2 OFF ADMISSION WHEN IN COSTUME!
OCTOBER 31 AND NOVEMBER 1
Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) is upon us so let’s celebrate! Learn about this Mexican holiday and create your own calavera (skull), Day of the Dead shrine, and more!
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