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First Saturdays for Families is Sept. 5 at ASU Art Museum!

Model Magic pinch pots

Model Magic pinch pots

First Saturdays for Families, September 5, 2009 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

This month we’ll look at the Ceramic Research Center’s exhibition Native Confluence: Sustaining Cultures

Pinch pots are one of the oldest forms of ceramics and are still made today by Native Americans. Join us in the multipurpose room at the museum to make a pinch pot out of Crayola Model Magic. Kids get to keep their projects!

First Saturdays for Families is a free program that’s open to everyone. You don’t need a reservation- just stop by any time between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. to join the fun!

Free parking is available in museum-marked spaces just outside the Ceramics Research Center on the northeast corner of Mill Avenue at 10th Street. Just sign in at the visitors desk when you walk in.

See you Saturday!


September 1, 2009 at 10:09 pm

ribbit. First Saturdays for Families. ribbit.

June's First Saturdays art project: frogs!

June's First Saturdays art project: frogs!

Our curator of education, Andrea, came to me today with this: the next First Saturdays for Families art project! It’s based on the ceramic art of David Gilhooly, who uses a lot of frogs in his work. See the work in our Summer Family exhibition, Food: Feast for the Eyes, which is now open, and make your own paper plate frogs!

ASU Art Museum is always free and open to the public! There’s no cost to participate in our event and kids get to keep their art projects. Perfect for kids 4-12 and their families, and no registration is required. Just stop by the museum any time between 10am – 3pm on the first Saturday of the month!


May 28, 2009 at 6:51 pm

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