Community Day

Held twice yearly, these free programs are open to college students, families, faculty members, teachers—everyone! Activities are related to a current work of art on view and include a hands-on art project. The AMAM is committed to providing quality programs to increase exposure to all aspects of the visual arts.

Community Day Spring 2020
Saturday April 25, noon–3 p.m., East Gallery

Creativity and culture come together as we explore the ceramic art of Japan during this free family-friendly event. Artist-in-residence Mari Kuroda leads an art-making activity, drawing from her native culture of Japan. For further inspiration, take a tour of ceramics on view.

We will provide multiple ways to explore the Japanese aesthetic of wabi-sabi, which embraces the unexpected, finds beauty in imperfections and repurposed materials, and reveres the natural world through sustainable practices. 

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