Gallery Crawl: How Do Artists Dream?
10 am–2 pm
Escape to the exhibition Brave New Worlds and discover ways that artists use daring fantasies and adventures to help interpret the world around us.
Art-Making for the Entire Family: Utopian Visions
10 am–3 pm
Take a hands-on approach to bettering your planet and participate in a series of projects inspired by the Family Forum.
Art-Making for the Entire Family: Toys and Art for Relief
10 am–3 pm
Make a relief print of your very own and then contribute one to the community mural—along with donations of toys and art supplies, it will be sent to children in New Orleans displaced by Hurricane Katrina. Drop off your donations in the Star Tribune Foundation Art Lab.
Performance: Pachamama Band
11 am and 1 pm
The Pachamama Band combines harmonies, rhythms, and instruments from different Latin American musical traditions—from Chilean cueca to Afro-Cuban son to Peruvian huayno—to create its own unique sound.
Family Forum: Solutions Twin Cities presents Art and Activism for Kids
12 noon–1 pm
Troy Gallas and Colin Kloecker, designers and co-creators of Solutions Twin Cities, are catalysts for change-planning events that bring people together to discuss ideas for improving the world. Come share your views at this family-friendly presentation.
Film: Cristine Spindler’s Sirah
12 noon and 2 pm
In this thought-provoking film about choices, Sirah, a young Muslim girl born in the United States, must decide between the world she wants to be a part of and the one in which she grew up. 2005, U.S., video, 17 minutes.
Story Time: Wish, Change, Friend by Ian Whybrow
An introverted pig makes some startling discoveries when he wishes for change.