1:00PM - 4:00PM
Children FREE / Mint Members FREE / Adult Admission $5*
Enjoy family-friendly art projects, healthy living activities, artist demonstrations, and more!
This month, explore the spiritual and symbolic artwork of Pacific Northwest artist Susan Point, and use Coast Salish design elements in your own art!
-draw and stencil a Spindle Whorl spinning top
-learn about the importance of color in native cultures with Lumbee artist Barbara Locklear
-make a Circle of Life friendship bracelet
-make a 3-color print inspired by Susan Point's prints and wood carvings
-spin around like a spindle whorl at a hula hooping workshop with Spin Revolution
-meet docents to hear more about Salmon Spawning Run, and other works in the craft and design collection
*Non-member adults who would also like to view the special exhibition Inventing the Modern World: Decorative Arts at the World's Fairs, 1851-1939 need to purchase the $15 ticket
See pictures from past Sunday Fun Days!
Salmon Spawning Run, 2012
Susan Point. Canadian. Coast Salish (Musqueam First Nation), 1952-
Project Ten Ten Ten commission. 2012.107