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Events / Museums & Galleries

PMCA 1234: Free Fourth Wednesday Wee-Read

April 26
10:30-11:30 AM
Pasadena Museum of California Art: Pasadena

Event Overview

Form a Face

Trace your face! See how portraitist and painter Joseph Kleitsch captured emotion and personality in The Golden Twenties: Portraits and Figure Paintings by Joseph Kleitsch. Then return to the Project Room to see how Miss Leah’s face changes as she reads stories. Finally, trace silhouettes into portraits and use colorful crayons and markers to depict thoughts and feelings.

Wee Read: All About Faces by La ZOO and Junko Miyakoshi and Dragons Love Tacos by Adam Rubin and Daniel Salmieri

Recommended for children ages 2-5. Caregivers must accompany children.
Museum open for Wee-Read participants only.

Presented as part of our PMCA 1234 monthly programming.
NO RSVP REQUIRED.

Parking Information:
The PMCA is one block north of Colorado Blvd., between Los Robles Ave. and Oakland Ave. Free parking is available on the ground floor, with additional public parking located on Union Street—directly north of the Museum.
Accessibility Information:
The PMCA is wheelchair accessible, and a wheelchair is available for use on the premises.

Event Overview

Form a Face

Trace your face! See how portraitist and painter Joseph Kleitsch captured emotion and personality in The Golden Twenties: Portraits and Figure Paintings by Joseph Kleitsch. Then return to the Project Room to see how Miss Leah’s face changes as she reads stories. Finally, trace silhouettes into portraits and use colorful crayons and markers to depict thoughts and feelings.

Wee Read: All About Faces by La ZOO and Junko Miyakoshi and Dragons Love Tacos by Adam Rubin and Daniel Salmieri

Recommended for children ages 2-5. Caregivers must accompany children.
Museum open for Wee-Read participants only.

Presented as part of our PMCA 1234 monthly programming.
NO RSVP REQUIRED.

Parking Information:
The PMCA is one block north of Colorado Blvd., between Los Robles Ave. and Oakland Ave. Free parking is available on the ground floor, with additional public parking located on Union Street—directly north of the Museum.
Accessibility Information:
The PMCA is wheelchair accessible, and a wheelchair is available for use on the premises.