Family Saturday: Floating Sculptures

Colorful squares hang in the middle of the ceiling in a white-walled room, with two framed works behind it.
Tang atrium installation view of Steve Roden’s spatial score (center), 2006, wood, enamel, acrylic, polyurethane, nails, thread, Tang Teaching Museum collection, gift of Michael O. Gold and Sirje Helder Gold in memory of their beloved son Maximilian Arnold Gold, 2020.22.13

Join us Saturday, February 3, at 2 pm, for Family Saturday: Floating Sculptures! After viewing Steve Roden’s spatial score on view in the Tang’s atrium, participants will create their own floating sculptures using tissue paper, cardstock, and string.

Family Saturday programs foster multigenerational creative cooperation through looking at artwork, discussing it, and engaging in a hands-on art-making activity. Programs run from 2-3:30 pm and include a tour of selected works. All programs are free and open to the public, and suitable for children age 5 and older, accompanied by their adult companions. No registration required; supplies provided on a first-come, first-served basis.

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