Family Day, April 25, 11 am – 3 pm

Family Day: Sunday, April 25, 2010, 11 am–3 pm
Sponsored by the Koret Foundation
Free event open to the public
Family Day brings Chinese culture to life—highlighting the exhibition Tracing the Past, Drawing the Future: Master Ink Painters in 20th-Century China—through culturally inspired art projects, music, dance, and storytelling. For children of all ages.

Activities include:

- Art projects: ink drawings, dragon puppets, opera masks, blossom trees, and building the "Great Wall of China"
- Entertainment: lion dancers, tea ceremony, and storytelling
- Family-friendly food avaiiable for purchase (cash only), or bring your own picnic

Schedule of Activities

Art Activities  11 am to 3 pm
Lion Dancers  11 am, 12:30 pm
Storytelling    11:45 am, 12:45 pm, 1:30 pm
Stanford Chinese Dance Noon, 12:45 pm, 1:45 pm
Tea Ceremony   1 pm, 2 pm
Ink Artist  11 am, 11:30 am, noon,
1 pm, 1:30 pm, 2 pm
Musicians   11:15 am, 1 pm

To find out first about all Family events at the Cantor Arts Center become a member today!
Family-Level Membership: $75 Family/Couple, covers two adults and children under 18 and includes:
- Priority enrollment for children's art classes
- Invitations to opening receptions for major exhibitions
- Center's newsletter and monthly calendar
- Art-related travel opportunities
- Access to art focus groups

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Pan Tianshou
Ink Frogs (detail), 1961
Handscroll. Ink and colors on paper. Lent by Pan Tianshou Memorial Museum


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.