Art of Water
Workshops under the awnings:
Gyotaku Fish Prints, Boats that Float, Mermaids, Aquatic Wind socks
Note: Pre-registration required for use of the pottery wheels and carving due to capacity limits. Click here to pre-register.
Free Paint: 12-4pm
Antler and Bone Uses of the Haudenosaunee: Pre-registration is required and limited to 20 registrants per session.
Guests will learn the basic techniques of bone and antler sculpture from renown Antler Carver, Hayden Hanes.
Sessions are: 1-2pm and 3-4pm
More About FREE Family Saturdays:
FREE Family Saturdays is part of the summer 2021 season on Saturdays from June 19, 2021-August 28, 2021, from 12pm-4pm at the Artpark Amphitheater.
Summer is for families at Artpark, where afternoons are filled with creative hands-on discovery (arts and crafts, stories and workshops) and live performances for all ages. This year’s series presents Indigenous Ways of Knowing with interactive workshops, storytelling and teachings. A slew of educational fun activities for all ages; Treaty teachings, Wampum bracelets workshops, soap carvings, Sonic storytelling, Haudenosaunee dance performance, Corn Husk Doll workshop so much more!
The Family Stage is more than a place to play; it will be a place where the audience will experience Indigenous Ways of Knowing with expressive Native American Culture through interactive, land-based workshops, storytelling and teachings by well-respected local knowledge keepers in their disciplines. Visitors will explore, discover and be part of the unique culture, traditions, and passed-down heritage of the People of Turtle Island at The Family Stage every Saturday.