Celebrate art, music, film, performance and much more at this all-day (and into the night!) open-house extravaganza.
Performance: Erik Friedlander
McGuire Theater, 1 pm
Jazz cellist Erik Friedlander combines inventive music with travel stories and images created by his renowned photographer father.
Gallery Activities: Event Horizon
Galleries 1, 2, 3, 10 am–2 pm
Explore works from the collection with a variety of fun hands-on adventures. Walker guides are available to answer questions and pass out activities.
Art-Making for the Entire Family: Cabinet of Curiosities
Star Tribune Foundation Art Lab, 10 am–3 pm
Get inspired by the works of artist Joseph Cornell and bring a box to life as you fill it with hand-made treasures. Led by artist-instructor Andy Ducett.
Films About Toys
Tops by Charles and Ray Eames
U.S. Bank Orientation Lounge, 10 am–3 pm
Capture the dizzying world of spinning tops in this short classic. 1969, 7 minutes.
Toccata for Toy Trains by Charles and Ray Eames
Cinema, 11 am
Shot from a toy’s perspective, this visual journey follows antique trains moving within a fanciful setting to a toccata composed by Elmer Bernstein. 1957, 13 minutes.
Mouse Heaven by Kenneth Anger
Cinema, 11:15 am
Count the multiplying Mickey Mouse characters in this whimsical film featuring America’s icon of animation. 2004, 10 minutes
Local Artist Gift Mart: Kids Playspace
Target Gallery, 12 noon–4 pm
Kids can play with a selection of artist-designed products while parents shop. Adult supervision is provided.