Family Day Returns to the Cantor Arts Center April 25

Art Projects, Performers, and Storytelling, plus Free Admission

April 25, 11 am to 3 pm

Stanford, California — Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University invites the community to attend Family Day, this year celebrating the Chinese culture, from 11 am to 3 pm on Sunday, April 25. “Family Day is a wonderful way for parents to enjoy our museum with their children,” said Amy Salisbury, Family Day chair. This free event features hands-on art projects, storytelling, performers, and music in conjunction with the Center’s landmark exhibition “Tracing the Past, Drawing the Future: Master Ink Painters in 20th–Century China.” The event is sponsored by a generous grant from the Koret Foundation.

Family Day is geared toward children ages 5 to 12, but all are welcome. Children of all ages can choose from hands-on activities, such as ink drawings, dragon puppets, paper lanterns, opera masks, and paper blossom trees. Chinese lion dancers will perform, and storyteller Margaret More will entertain in the galleries. Family-friendly food will be available for purchase (cash only), or families can bring a picnic to enjoy in the Rodin Sculpture Garden or on the lawn. Family Day is held rain or shine. Admission is free.

For more information call the Center’s Membership Office at 650-723-3482 or visit the Center’s Web site at museum.stanford.edu. In addition to the Koret Foundation, Family Day is supported by the Connie Eisenstat Fund for Education and the Barbara and Arnold Silverman Fund.

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VISITOR INFORMATION:
Cantor Arts Center is open Wednesday – Sunday, 11 am – 5 pm, Thursday until 8 pm. Admission is free. The Center is located on the Stanford campus, off Palm Drive at Museum Way. Parking is free after 4 pm and all day on weekends. Information: 650-723-4177, museum.stanford.edu.





Brenda Cisneros, helps Jacob Gensheimer put on his new hat, as Elidia Contreras and Tatiana Spears look on.



Neive Wellington gets help on her art project from her grandmother Jenne Wellington at the Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University.