The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art hosts its annual Target Family Day celebration, an opportunity for families to have fun while creating, viewing and learning about art — for free.
Titled “A Sense of Place,” the programming features hands-on activities for families spotlighting works by Italian photographer Gabriele Basilico and Henri Matisse, and focusing on how those artists develop a sense of place in their works.
Children and their parents also will have the opportunity to create their own artwork, as well as view the community installation of a three-dimensional garden mural, directed by artists Jennifer Ewing and Leo Germano.
Other festivities include live music by Supercussion, screenings of the film “Winged Migration,” treasure hunts and a reading of the 1962 classic “This is San Francisco” by Miroslav Sasek. The fun happens Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.; the museum is at 151 Third St., San Francisco. Call (415) 357-4000 or visit www.sfmoma.org.