Thursday, November 27, 2014

Bay Area picks for post-Thanksgiving activities

Visit the Contemporary Jewish Museum and explore the delightful world of the bird-chasing dog Mr. Lunch in a new exhibition inspired by the much-loved children’s books illustrated by J. Otto Seibold and written with Vivian Walsh.

The museum has created a three-dimensional version of Mr. Lunch's office, complete with a modern computer hidden behind a clunky 1980's interface, a jail and a simulated airport security gate.

 The experience of "Mr. Lunch Takes a Plane Ride" begins at the gallery entrance where visitors go through an airport security gate and children receive a free take home activity passport for use during their visit. The passport includes scavenger hunts, drawing activities, and more.
This Friday, Drop-In Art-Making Friday, Nov 28 (continued on Sunday, Nov 30, Sunday, Dec 7)

Contemporary Jewish Museum. Free with regular admission

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