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The Broad on the Go!

Overview

In partnership with Touch Art Supply in Highland Park, The Broad will distribute 5,000 "The Broad on the Go!" art kits in the fall and winter of 2021 to students and families with support from our community partners: 826 LA, Arts in Action, Cruzita’sGreetings from South Central, Hank’s Mini Market, Los Angeles Music and Art School, the Los Angeles Public Library, Salesian Family Youth Center of Los AngelesSchool on WheelsSelf Help & Graphics Art, and South LA Café.

Each art kit includes a drawing activity inspired by Broad collection artists Jean-Michel Basquiat, Keith Haring, Sharon Lockhart, and Ed RuschaView and download a free PDF of the art activity in English or Spanish.

Photo by Touch Art Supply

Get a Free Art Kit

From 10 a.m.–2 p.m. on Sunday, November 21, 2021, and Sunday, December 12, 2021, students and families can pick up art kits from the East West Bank Plaza at The Broad.

Starting Wednesday, November 24, 2021, visitors at The Broad can pick up an art kit in the lobby by asking a Visitor Experience Team Member. Available while supplies last.


About The Broad's Art Kits

“The Broad To Go” and "The Broad on the Go!" art kits were created so that kids could be creative and experience The Broad from home. The first art kits were delivered in 2020 so that families could get much-needed art supplies while school buildings were closed.

Inspired by Broad collection artists, each art kit contains art supplies, a journal, free museum passes, and art activities in English and Spanish that help develop critical thinking skills.

Partners

The Broad is proud to partner with Touch Art Supply and community organizations that are vital to families in Los Angeles and for advancing arts education.

Learn more about our community partners: 826 LA, Arts in Action, Cruzita’sGreetings from South Central, Hank’s Mini Market, Inner City ArtsLos Angeles Music and Art Schoolthe Los Angeles Public Library, Salesian Family Youth Center of Los AngelesSchool on WheelsSelf Help & Graphics Art, and South LA Café.

 

Special thanks to leading partner East West Bank
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