Mass Creativity is The New Children’s Museum’s signature community outreach program executed in partnership with local community organizations. It includes a series of workshops designed to inspire imagination and creativity, and make art-making accessible to families that might not otherwise have the opportunity to experience it. The program culminates in a free celebration each June called Mass Creativity Day. This program showcases the Museum’s commitment to arts access as it brings together diverse families from across San Diego County to celebrate our shared creativity and our unique city.
Since 2013, Mass Creativity has:
- Reached over 13,000 people from as far north as Vista to as far south as San Ysidro.
- Partnered with 14 community organizations that serve diverse communities such as refugees, immigrants, individuals identifying as LGBTQ, families experiencing homelessness, individuals with mental disabilities, aspiring first-generation college students, and more.
- Provided over 100 annual Museum memberships to families at no cost.