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Connecting Cultures Mobile Museum reaches schools in communities throughout the Los Angeles area.



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I really think that it was great for you to come to our school and make us learn more about other places. I think you should go to all schools and teach them about how we are all alike.
– Symone S., Student,
Audubon Middle School

Connecting Cultures Mobile Museum reaches communities throughout the Los Angeles area, and is committed to enriching the educational experience of as many students as possible. CCMM primarily brings its Mobile Museum to middle school students at Title 1-funded, low-income schools, but has brought its program to high schools, elementary schools, and private schools when possible.

2018-2019 Schedule *

  • August 6-10: Vaughn Charter Middle School
  • August 27-30: Pio Pico Middle School
  • August 29-September 14: Dodson Middle School
  • September 13-21: John Adams Middle School
  • September 27-October 3: Mark Twain Middle School
  • October 3-10: El Sereno Middle School
  • October 9-22: Millikan Middle School
  • October 28-November 7: Robert F. Kennedy Community Schools
    • Ambassador School of Global Leadership
    • Los Angeles High School of the Arts
    • New Open World Academy
    • School for the Visual Arts and Humanities
    • UCLA Community Schools
  • November 2-9: John Adams Middle School (SMMUSD)
  • November 26-December 5: John A. Sutter Middle School
  • November 28-December 10: San Fernando Middle School and San Fernando Institute for Applied Media
  • January 9-15: Marina Del Rey Middle School
  • January 24-February 5: Walter Reed Charter Middle School
  • February 12-15: Audubon Middle School
  • February 15-25: Lincoln Middle School (SMMUSD)
  • February 26-March 8: Alfred Bernhard Nobel Middle School
  • March 5-14: Paul Revere Middle School
  • March 15-25: Orville Wright Middle School and WISH Charter Elementary School
  • March 21-April 2: Fleming Middle School
  • April 3-11: Palms Middle School
  • April 24-May 1: Johnnie L. Cochran Jr. Middle School
  • May 8-29: John Muir Middle School (BUSD)
  • May 21-24: Daniel Webster Middle School

* Please note that students visit CCMM only on weekdays and that CCMM’s schedule is subject to change. This list is only inclusive of days that CCMM welcomes student visitors and does not include days used to install and remove the exhibition. Please contact CCMM to arrange visiting its collections at one of these schools.

Understanding that students, whether from affluent or disadvantaged backgrounds, often have limited contact with cultures outside their own communities, CCMM aims to provide all students with the opportunity to explore the similarities and differences between the traditions, practices, and artifacts of diverse ethnic backgrounds.

When able to coordinate it with the school, CCMM offers “Community Nights,” staying open after school hours for the schools’ parents, family, and community members. In this way, CCMM enriches the entire community and provides students with an opportunity to be docents for their families.

Interested in having CCMM bring a collection to your school? Click here to learn more about bringing the CCMM cross-cultural experience to your students.