Photo by Whitney Curtis.

Community Day

October 26, 2013
Kemper Art Museum

Come enjoy great art and family fun at the Kemper Art Museum Community Day! All-day activities include scavenger hunts, button-making, a free expression art-making station, and a film screening of Irma Boom's Art Barcodes.

Other special activities include:
Book signing with Jan Greenberg, author of The Mad Potter and Action Jackson, 11a–1p.
• Reading of Action Jackson, 11:30a.
• Performance by Jazz St. Louis's JazzU band, noon–1p.
• Art-making activity led by Arika Parr and inspired by Rashid Johnson: Message to Our Folks, noon–3p.
• Docent-led tours at 1p, 2p, and 3p.

Museum admission is always free; parking is free on weekends.
**Please note, the Museum's west parking lot will be closed on Saturday, October 26. Visitors will need to park in the Museum's east lot (adjacent to Skinker Blvd.), along Brookings Drive or Forsyth Blvd., or in the large parking lot adjacent to Whitaker/Brauer Halls (north of the Museum). View WUSTL campus map >>

Support for Community Day is provided by Women and the Kemper & The Woman's Club of Washington University.

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