There's so much to see and do. Let the alphabet lead the way with an exciting reading of Adventures with Barefoot Critters by Teagan White. Explore the fun to be found inside and outside and meet new friends along the way. After the story, tour the gallery and enjoy a hands-on craft. Recommended for ages 2-5.
Using symbolism and allegories, Edvard Munch reflected on his own emotions through printmaking. How can we create spaces where students feel safe enough to share their emotions through art? What should we do when students need more of an outlet than we can provide? This hands-on workshop will include a panel discussion with art therapists, school psychologists, and other experts.
Join Carolyn Swan Needell, PhD, the Carolyn and Richard Barry Curator of Glass, for a look at Dan Dailey's lively glass characters. The artist pushes the medium of glass to new frontiers to create unique artworks that are inspired by his direct observations of people and tell stories about human nature.
Students from the Governors School for the Arts will bring Munch's illustrations to life by performing a selection of scenes from Ibsen's work in the exhibition, Edvard Munch and the Cycle of Life.