Art Projects for Adults at Museum Museum of Ventura County
During First Fridays Ventura

Become a kid again—make your own art project, and hear the story behind a unique quilt made of T-shirts, at the Museum of Ventura County during First Fridays Ventura’s evening gallery crawl May 7.

The museum has an active evening planned that night, to coincide with their current exhibit of art quilts. From 6:00 to 6:30 p.m., hear Laura Peck show and talk about the story-quilt she created from souvenir t-shirts she and her husband collected on their travels. From 6:30 to 8:00 p.m., you can join award-winning quilter Pat Masterson in a quilt-inspired art project for adults. Admission to the museum is free.

During First Fridays Ventura on June 4, the museum will again present quilt-inspired art projects for adults.

The Museum of Ventura County, at 89 S. California Street, is one of many art spaces throughout downtown and midtown Ventura that stay open evenings on first Fridays of the month. Some participating locations offer art receptions, demonstrations, lectures, performance art, or music as part of the relaxed experience. Most remain open until 8 p.m., some until 9:00 or later. To find a location map and information about May 7 exhibits and events at participating venues, go to .

The Museum of Ventura County is currently showing Becoming Art at the Seams, a Juried Exhibition of Contemporary and Art Quilts by artists from Los Angeles, Santa Barbara and Ventura Counties. The museum is at 89 S. California Street; for further information, call 805.653.0323, or go to