February Second Sunday At Home: What Forms You?
Be inspired by the work of Simone Leigh, whose work is included in Formed and Fired: Contemporary American Ceramics at the Anderson Collection. Leigh’s work explores Black female identity through clay, porcelain, and even video. Learn how to make clay and create your own sculpture inspired by your roots!
The first 30 families that register for February Second Sunday will receive free packets of Model Magic! Packets can be picked up on the Stanford campus. More information will be emailed to you after you register.
You can register for the event here. We encourage you to register to interact with the Second Sunday team during the event. You will be able to ask questions, get one-on-one tips and enjoy an enhanced experience.
Alternatively, the session will be streamed via our Facebook page.
You can watch past editions of Second Sunday at home!
Please visit our Museums From Home page. You will find further details on Second Sunday at home projects, including activity guides and instructional videos.
Second Sunday is for everyone. You are welcome here.
Second Sunday at the Cantor is made possible through the generous support of the HOHBACH FAMILY FUND.
Image: Simone Leigh, Althea, 2016, terra-cotta, India ink, porcelain, cobalt, and epoxy, 26 x 24 x 13 in. Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, Purchased through the Board of Overseers Acquisition Fund