Free First Saturdays
APRIL 3, 1999,
11 AM-4 PM
Take a closer look at the stuff of everyday life in an eye-opening new way. See how an artist changes familiar objects into mysterious sculptures in the exhibition Robert Gober: Sculpture + Drawing. Take part in a jazzy workshop with a percussionist who can transform anything into a musical instrument, then catch a short program of animated films. All activities are free and available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Leon Parker makes music with drums, gongs, aspirin bottles, the human body, and more. His original vocabulary of sounds make Parker's catchy tunes unique. He is joined by percussionists Kazi Oliver and Alonzo Undly for a family workshop that involves the entire audience in the fun. Auditorium.
12 NOON-4 PM
ART-MAKING FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY
Make snapshot artworks with photographer Marcie Stein. Outer Lobby.
12 NOON AND 2 PM
FILM PROGRAM: AN INSIDE LOOK
Explore the creative process in Mindscape and Your Face, then see Max's room become a jungle in the animated version of the Caldecott Medal winner, Where The Wild Things Are. 30 minutes. Lecture Room.
FAMILY TOUR: HEAR ALL ABOUT IT
Visit the galleries to learn about the art of Robert Gober. Meet in the lobby.
FREE FIRST SATURDAYS ARE MADE POSSIBLE BY COLDWELL BANKER BURNET.
SATURDAY FAMILY PROGRAMMING IS MADE POSSIBLE BY TARGET STORES, THE MEDTRONIC FOUNDATION, DAYTON'S, AND THE JAY AND ROSE PHILLIPS FAMILY FOUNDATION.