Gallery admission is free for everyone on the first Saturday of each month from 10 am to 5 pm, with a variety of family activities scheduled from 10 am to 3 pm.
Spend the day exploring the exhibition Question the Wall Itself with art-making, hands-on gallery activities, and family films.
Film: My Neighbor Totoro, 11 am and 1 pm
A delightful animated fantasy, this film follows two sisters who move to rural Japan, where they encounter a mysterious forest sprite and its woodland companions. The magical story is based on the director’s own childhood imaginings. Directed by Hayao Miyazaki, 1988, Japan, 86 minutes.
Art-Making: Photograms, 10 am–3 pm
Star Tribune Foundation Art Lab
Artist Chris Larson leads hands-on demonstrations of his technique to create photograms—negative shadow images made without using a camera. His work is on view in the exhibition Chris Larson: Land Speed Record.
Art-Making: Place Maker, 10 am–3 pm
Create a diorama made up of surprising people and places. By playing a game of chance, you learn how unexpected elements can fit together.
Various locations through the day
Meet tour guides in the gallery to explore Question the Wall Itself or Chris Larson: Land Speed Record one last time before it closes.