a place to create with clay!

By making something for a friend or loved-one, whether food or art, you are giving them a gift of your affection.

Artist Leah Rosenberg wants you to think about making something that is good enough to give away and take part in the tradition of offering “food” as gifts. By making something for a friend or loved-one, whether food or art, you are giving them a gift of your affection.

  • Ask the museum facilitator for a tray of clay from the “oven.”
  • Experiment with different baking tools and follow the recipe cards or make your own creation.
  • Make a sculpture for a friend, family member, or someone else special to you.
  • Join us for workshops where you learn more about sculptures or make your own colored clay dough. See our daily schedule.

Who Made This?

Leah Rosenberg is a painter, sculptor, and cake-maker who works with a variety of media to explore the concept of layering. Leah sees a connection between the layers she makes in her materials, which ranges from cake and frosting to paint, and the way our experiences and memories accumulate over time. Leah works at the Blue Bottle Coffee rooftop garden café where she crafts desserts based upon artworks in rotating exhibitions at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.

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Accessibility Morning!

Join us Saturday, August 25th from 8:00am to 9:30am for a variety of high-sensory activities and designated sensory-break zones. Our Accessibility Mornings give special needs families the opportunity to explore the Museum with comfort and safety before the Museum opens to the general public. Register here!