Families enjoying the fall 2011 Community Day. Photo by Whitney Curtis.

Community Day

March 31, 2012
11a to 3p
Kemper Art Museum

This special event to welcome the community and celebrate the art on view features snacks and games with interactive art experiences for all ages. Activities will include button making, scavenger hunts, collage making, and more. A reading of the children’s book An Eye for Color: The Story of Josef Albers begins at 11:30a, in the museum’s permanent collection gallery near Albers’ painting, Homage to the Square: Aurora, 1951-55. Washington University’s a cappella group, The Stereotypes, perform at 12:30p. Curator Karen K. Butler will offer a walkthrough of the John Stezaker exhibition at 1p. WU-SLam, Washington University’s spoken word poetry group performs at 2p.

Admission is always free, parking is free on weekends.
This project was funded in part by a grant from the Women’s Society of Washington University.

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