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Saturday, September 27, 2014
1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

A fun-filled exploration of Brides of Anansi: Fiber and Contemporary Art for participants of all ages that will include make-and-take workshops, interactive tours, a Story Teller’s Circle, giveaways from local cultural institutions, and more.

Community Day is organized in partnership with the Department of Drama and Dance with donations from the Center for Puppetry Arts, Sweet Blackberry, and Zoo Atlanta.

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Community Day Schedule

1:00-4:00   Make-and-Take Art Workshop
1:00-3:00   Face Painting
1:00-1:30    Family Yoga in the Museum

1:30-2:00    Interactive Museum Tour
1:30-2:00    Sweet Blackberry Screening: Garrett’s Gift
(Animated short narrated by Queen Latifah that about African American inventor Garrett Morgan)

2:00-2:15    Center for Puppetry Arts Giveaway
2:00-2:30   Storyteller’s Circle with the Spriggs-Burroughs Players

2:30-3:00   Storyteller’s Circle with the Spriggs-Burroughs Players
2:30-3:00   Sweet Blackberry Screening: The Journey of Henry Box Brown
(Animated short narrated by Alfre Woodard on Henry Brown, a man who mailed himself to freedom in 1848)

3:00-3:15    Zoo Atlanta Giveaway
3:00-4:00   Family Yoga in the Museum

 

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