The Hammer Museum at UCLA believes in the promise of art and ideas to illuminate our lives and build a more just world. The Hammer Museum champions the art and artists who challenge us to see the world in a new light, to experience the unexpected, to ignite our imaginations, and inspire change.
A vibrant intellectual and creative nexus, the Hammer is fueled by dynamic exhibitions and programs—including lectures, symposia, film series, readings, and musical performances—that spark meaningful encounters with art and ideas. And through our unwavering commitment to free admission and free public programs, the Hammer is open for all and FREE FOR GOOD.
K.A.M.P. is a unique family fundraiser that provides kids of all ages the chance to be creative with Los Angeles-based artists. Each year, local artists host hands-on art workshops throughout the museum. K.A.M.P. artists come from a variety of disciplines, including visual arts, architecture, design, music, and more.
Proceeds from K.A.M.P. provide essential support to Hammer Kids programming, which serves over 60,000 children and families annually.
Volunteers help with setup and cleanup and facilitate workshops alongside notable artists including: Edgar Arceneaux, Clare Crespo, Rosson Crow, Jennifer Guidi, JPW3, Becky Kolsrud, L.A. Dance Project, Lazaros, Chad Muska, Analia Saban, Dean Spunt, and Kulapat Yantrasast.
Volunteers receive a K.A.M.P. t shirt and lunch.
For information about shifts, email firstname.lastname@example.org and fill out the volunteer form here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScpWOdfahJBazEgUfpVZ25lBaxQTc9dpYXocZJMm9-Ki9BJiw/viewform
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