Join us from 12-4 p.m. on the second Saturday of each month for free, limited, socially distanced, outdoor community and family-focused day of art talks, hands-on art making, performances and gallery adventures for visitors of all ages. Visitors can design their experience based on their schedule and the activities that interest them most.
- Spotlight Talks – 15-minute talks for visitors of all ages in the gallery
- Drop-In Studio – Hands-on art making for all ages
- Storytime – Stories read by special guests and educators inspired by the art on view
- Pop-up performances and other surprises
Saturday, Oct. 10 | 12-4 p.m.
Timed tickets required to attend this event. Reserve yours here, available beginning Sept. 26.
Joins us in October for a community celebration of Indigenous People's Day, centering Native American culture and contemporary practices through performances, artist demos and art-making activities. We encourage visitors and families to bring a blanket, wear your masks and enjoy the performances on our North Lawn and throughout the arts campus. You can also browse Shop Contemporary and sample the tasty offerings at Café Contemporary.