• Friday / 6.30.17
    Parking Lot Closed

    The parking lot will be closed for a private event. Grab a parking spot in our lovey neighborhood and come on in! Learn more about making your event a work of art.

  • Saturday / 7.01.17 / 2-3pm
    Public Program
    Drop-In Tour

    Meet at the Admissions Desk for an hour-long drop-in tour with a Museum Educator and visit key installations in the museum's permanent and temporary exhibitions. This tour is FREE with museum admission.

  • Saturday / 7.01.17 / 1-4pm
    Art + Time at the Mattress Factory

    A hands-on, drop-in, interactive activity designed for visitors of all ages! Explore, play and experiment during this [FREE with admission] program.

  • Tuesday / 7.04.17
    Museum Closed
    The museum will be closed July 4, 2017 in observance of Independence Day.
  • Wednesday / 7.05.17
    Teen Programming
    Summer Art Cooperative

    July 5 - August 4. Join our teen program that allows you to become an artist in residence, a guest curator, an exhibition installer, an event planner and an integral part of the MF community! FREE for ages 14 to 18 but an application is required.

  • Saturday / 7.08.17 / 10-11am

    Reflections can add interesting affects to artwork, create tricks for the eye + give us moments to pause. Explore how artists use this technique for fun and for reflection. This interactive learning program is designed for children ages 3-5. FREE for MF Members // $5 for one child + one parent/caregiver.

  • Monday / 7.10.17
    Community Art Lab
    Sound.Play + It's Better Together Program

    July 10 - 21. This two-part summer session pairs an interactive music workshop + a collaborative art installation! Ages 10 to 13, registration required.

  • Saturday / 7.15.17 / 2-3pm
    Public Program
    Drop-In Tour: LAST LOOK
    Meet at the Admissions Desk for an hour-long drop-in tour with a Museum Educator and get a last look at the Factory Installed show at 500 Sampsonia Way, featuring artwork by Stephen Bram, Ezra Masch, Christopher Meerdo, and Mohammed Musallam. This tour is FREE with museum admission.