Explore Asian art at OMA’s family art day

OCEANSIDE — Has your child ever done a fish-rubbing? Or tried their hand at origami? The Oceanside Museum of Art invites all to its free family art day themed on Asian-Inspired art projects from 1 to 4 p.m. Oct. 14.Spend the day immersed in art projects in a creative afternoon exploring a diverse selection of activities. Children and their families can learn about the Japanese art of origami that involves complex paper folding to achieve dynamic forms. Or, they can craft a koi fish out of various paper materials, which they can then paint and take home. Youngsters can also try their hand at gyotaku or fish rubbing. All art activities and exhibitions on view are free to the public. Projects are designed to engage children of all ages.


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