A Day of Free Art Projects, Storytelling, and Other Activities for the Entire Family

Sunday, May 4, 11 am–3 pm , rain or shine!
Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University
Free Admission

Family Day is inspired by the exhibition "Living Traditions: Arts of the Americas." Activities offer a glimpse into traditional Native American life-ways:
Storytelling: 11:30 am and 1 pm by Jessie Riddle, member of Apache and Pit River tribes, uses baskets, feathers, acorns, and other objects to help tell her tales
Basket-weaving demonstration: 11:30 am–1:30 pm by Kimberly Stevenot, Memuk tribe, who will wear traditional dress
Hands-on activities for kids: loom weaving, beading necklaces, constructing dream catchers, creating a community totem pole, and making miniature canoes
Family-friendly food for sale (cash only), or bring a picnic.

Information: Maps and Directions, Visitor Information
Family Day 650-723-3482; General Information 650-723-4177

Family Day is organized by Next Generation, a group of Cantor Arts Center members dedicated to fostering the development of the "next generation" of Center members and volunteer leaders.

Brenda Cisneros helps Jacob Gensheimer put on his new hat, as Elidia Contreras and Tatiana Speas look on.

Learn more about the exhibition “Living Traditions: Arts of the Americas"

Family Day press release