LOOKING TO LEARN: ART & STORYTIME¬
LOOKING TO LEARN: ART & STORYTIME
Sunday, February 27, 2022
Join us each month as we look, learn, and make in response to themes from our current exhibitions. This family program will include close-looking at artwork, reading of a storybook, and a making activity inspired by the theme. Looking to Learn encourages valuable social emotional skills that help children ages 3–8 build and develop greater empathy, understanding and respect for their peers and community.
This month's Looking to Learn is in person! We'll look at a Rae Stern’s installation Outside Time, read the book The Remember Balloons by Jessie Oliveros, and create handmade lanterns celebrating our collective memory.
Registration required. Each ticket covers the entire family unit. Space is limited.
SHAPING MEMORIES: Expressions in Clay
The power of memory is immeasurable. Individual recollections are the building blocks of our sense of self, while collective memories help define our culture. In this exhibition, six artists use clay to explore formative moments in their lives as well as stories passed down through generations, inviting viewers to consider both the uniqueness of every individual and our shared identities.