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Leonard Bernstein: The Power of Music

National Museum of American Jewish History

Jun 18, 2018 - Sep 2, 2018

This is the first large-scale museum exhibition to illustrate Leonard Bernstein’s life, Jewish identity and social activism. Audiences may be familiar with many of Bernstein’s works, notably West Side Story, but not necessarily with how he responded to the political and social crises of his day.  Visitors will find an individual who expressed the restlessness, anxiety, fear...

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LEGO Stop-Motion Workshop

Phoenixville Public Library

Jun 18, 2018 - Jun 23, 2018

Learn the basics of animation using iPads/Android tablets to animate LEGO characters, create sets and film a short story. Please plan to have your child attend both sessions. They will be working in teams of three. Each team must bring an iPad or Android tablet for team use; you will need to download the "Stop Motion Studio" app by Cateater before attending the...

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Time Traveler's Tour

Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library

Jun 18, 2018 - Oct 31, 2018

This event occurs daily, every 6 day(s).

Learn about the lifestyle of the du Pont family while exploring rooms in their house and (weather permitting) garden spaces where they played, worked, and entertained. Designed especially for families with children ages 4–11. 45 min.; 10 person limit. 

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Artsy Afternoon Open Studio

Engage Art Studio

Jun 19, 2018

Drop in to create ceramics, craft, and sculpture projects. Projects take about an hour or hour and a half to complete, you do not need to attend the full scheduled time but please come at least 45 minutes before the end time to ensure you can complete your project.  Adult projects are also offered.  Ceramic projects will need to be picked up after firing (about 2 weeks),...

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Nature Trail Opening Day

WheatonArts

Jun 21, 2018

Celebrate the first official day of summer by exploring and appreciating the pinelands with a walk along the Nature Trail. Throughout the one-mile loop, read up on facts about wildlife, trees, and ways to help protect and preserve our environment. Pick your favorite tree and have a picnic underneath.  

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Art in the Park: Bug Candleholder

Heebner Park

Jun 21, 2018

Kids will upcycle an old candle jar into a night light with paint, paper, and craft embellishments, turning the jar into a unique and funky bug. A small electric candle in the jar, and it's a fantastic night-light.

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Glory of Stories

Delaware Art Museum

Jun 22, 2018 - Dec 28, 2018

This event occurs weekly, on Friday.

The program introduces young visitors to art and the museum through a story reading followed by an interactive tour of relevant works of art and a studio art project.    

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For over 30 years, local artist Eiko Fan's motto has been "Art is Food" everybody needs it. She uses her art, music and dance to empower and adapt art making possible to people with physical challenges. In this artist talk and interactive performance, Eiko will share her artistic evolution and her belief in empowering all people through art. Eiko Fan's work is on view as...

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Artist Talk with Diana Weymar

Paul Robeson Center for the Arts

Jun 23, 2018

This is the closing of Interwoven Stories International, the culmination of an international stitching project that began in Princeton in 2016 at the Arts Council. Since then, Ms. Weymar has traveled the world engaging people in this project. Meet the curator while experiencing over 300 new pages that have traveled from the Peddie School, the Nantucket Stitching...

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