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Join us for MakeArt Family Days on the first Saturday of every month! We will be offering a number of in-gallery activities for visitors of all ages to discover more.

This month we get into the spirit of Raw Design by creating all of your own art materials, from scratch! Experiment with how to make milk paint, modeling clay, rainbow crayons and more. Take your creations to the “Test Tent” in the parklet to try out your custom supplies, then stick around for a special opening day exhibition walk-through with guest curator Glenn Adamson.

PLUS: Decorate your MakeArt bag, create a collectible badge, complete the scavenger hunt and post your exhibition photo ops!

June 2nd is also opening day forRaw Design, Judy Kensley McKie: Cast of Characters and Anchors in Time: Dominic Di Mare. There will be a special curator walk-through with guest curator Glenn Adamson from 2–3 PM. Free with admission!

Skip the line! Pre-register today: bit.ly/2GnRzId

Museum Admission
$8 general admission
$6 students/seniors
Kids under 12 years old: Free
Museum members always FREE
Join us for MakeArt Family Days on the first Saturday of every month! We will be offering a number of in-gallery activities for visitors of all ages to discover more. This month we get into the spirit of Raw Design by creating all of your own art materials, from scratch! Experim...
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