Spring Break Family FUSE Week The Everyday in Different Ways March 25-29, 12-4 PM FREE for Gallery Members and for children age 12 and under when accompanied by an adult. Regular adult admission
Spring Break Family FUSE Week
The Everyday in Different Ways
March 25-29, 12-4 PM
FREE for Gallery Members and for children age 12 and under when accompanied by an adult. Regular adult admission rates apply.
How does art transform our understanding of everyday life? This Spring Break, families will have the opportunity to connect with interdisciplinary artistic practices through a variety of art-making activities, inspired by the materials, processes and ideas at work in the Gallery’s current exhibitions.
Join us as the Gallery becomes a space of exploration and active collaboration, where visitors can explore their questions, ideas and responses to the artworks on display through Artist Workshops, led by local artists and art educators; engaging in-gallery activities with our team of experienced Art Agents; and art-making activities in The Making Place.
Monday: Lee Hutzulak
Tuesday: Caroline Liffmann and Carolina Bergonzoni
Wednesday, Derya Akay and Vivienne Bessette
Thursday: Ewan McNeil
Friday: Maya Beaudry
For more details, visit https://bit.ly/2OwoP55.
About Family FUSE: Since it began in 2009, thousands of families have enjoyed Vancouver Art Gallery’s variety of programming for children of all-ages as part of Family FUSE. Kid-friendly activities, performances, tours and workshops run by guest artists and Gallery educators make Family FUSE a great way for families to learn, discover and ignite their curiosity about art and art-making. In celebration of Spring Break 2019, this latest edition of Family FUSE marks the first time the Gallery has expanded its programming to a fiveday schedule.
All programming is free for Gallery Members, as well as children aged 12 and under when accompanied by a ticketed adult. For more information, visit: vanartgallery.bc.ca Presenting Sponsor: During Family FUSE, the following exhibitions will be on view at the Gallery: French Moderns: Monet to Matisse, 1850–1950 Affinities: Canadian Artists and France Mowry Baden Displacement For more information, visit: vanartgallery.bc.ca/the_exhibitions/current_exhibitions.html