Event Details

Saturday, July 10th, 2021
|  12:00pm - 4:00pm

Art of Water


Workshops under the awnings:

Gyotaku Fish Prints, Boats that Float, Mermaids, Aquatic Wind socks

Pottery: 12-4pm

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

Family Stage:

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!


"Storytelling is what preserved our past, maintains our present and is the key to our future”   Perry Ground


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.