SECOND SATURDAYS ARE FOR FAMILIES TO RELAX, EXPLORE, AND PLAY.
Join us for Second Saturdays this season from 1-4pm for FREE family drop-in activities at the museum, led by special guest artists! Performance projects draw inspiration from our Main Gallery exhibition, The People’s Cathedral.
All children must be supervised by an adult.
October 14 | 1:00 – 4:00 PM
Moving Through Resistance – Mayumi Lashbrook
Families are invited to dive into their bodies, learning how to identify/express stories that arise from within. Tune into your intuition, listen to sensation, engage in rich imagery and play in full bodied expression. This mindful practice is meant for all movers with a focus on breath, creative release and improvisation. Delight in your wholebeing expression!
Blending ideas from Somatic movement, Butoh and other creative movement forms, Moving Through Resistance is a way of playfully processing emotion through a wordless outlet.
November 11 | 2:00 – 4:00 PM
Art Ambulance – Clay and Paper Theatre
Clay and Paper Theatre presents Art Ambulance, an all ages, mini variety show – a pop up theatre to the rescue, or, “good medicine for hard times.” Art Ambulance is a street theatre and commedia dell’arte inspired show, made up of a series of short, sharp sketches that include table-top bunraku style puppetry, backpack and giant puppet images, mask, spectacle and live music. Abounding with plenty of satirical twists, Art Ambulance challenges the hoaxes, quackery and bad medicine (socially and politically) that abound in our modern lives.
Join the fun! This family friendly theatrical event will begin with a community parade and musical introduction, and end with a celebratory community dance.
December 9 | 2:00 – 4:00 PM
Questions? Email Sylvia Nickerson, Programming and Exhibitions Specialist at email@example.com or call 905 522 3003 x 29
WAHC wishes to acknowledge the Ontario Arts Council, the Province of Ontario, CUPE National, and the Canada Council for the Arts for their support of our exhibitions and programs. Second Saturdays are funded in part by the City of Hamilton.