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  • Movement Workshops

    Workshops & Activities, For Families, Performances, and part of Divine Bodies Programs, Family Fun Day

    Jul 15

    Free with museum admission

    10:30 AM—2 PM

    Samsung Hall

    Discover and play as a family at the Asian Art Museum. On Family Fun Days, our kid-friendly gallery tours, creative art projects and immersive storytelling make art appreciation a lively, family-friendly event. Themes and projects change regularly, so visit again and again.

    On Sunday, Apr 15, Jun 17 and Jul 15, 
    Deaf dance master Antoine Hunter and dancers from his Urban Jazz Dance Company (UJDC) lead three energetic, fun-filled dance, movement and storytelling workshops for families inspired by the special exhibition Divine Bodies. In a safe space for artistic expression, you will learn to jump, roll and turn as well as how to communicate using your body and non-verbal language. Discover the art of UJDC’s storytelling dance and create your own story too!

    Workshops are open to everyone — all-level signers, Deaf children, hearing children, and children of Deaf adults. No prior dance experience necessary. 

    Workshop is included with general admission, purchase tickets here


    stART Tour for kids ages 3–6: 10:30–11 AM
    docent Kids’ Tour for ages 7–10: 11–11:30 AM
    hands on art-making:
    11 AM–2 PM
    movement workshops: each 30 min at 11:30 AM, 12:30 PM & 1:30 PM
    storytelling for families: 12:45–1:30 PM

    Please note: Street parking is free on Sundays, making a visit to the museum both fun and affordable.


Divine Bodies is organized by the Asian Art Museum. Presentation is made possible with the generous support of The Akiko Yamazaki and Jerry Yang Fund for Excellence in Exhibitions and Presentations, The Bernard Osher Foundation, Dixon and Carol Doll Family Foundation and Warren Felson and Lucy Sun.


General support for education is provided by the Dhanam Foundation, the Koret Foundation, the John & Marcia Goldman Foundation, The Charles D. and Frances K. Field Fund, Dodge & Cox, and The Joseph & Mercedes McMicking Foundation. Support is also provided by an endowment established by The Hearst Foundations.

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