Art Spark: An Inclusive Arts Festival for Families
Sunday, April 21, 11 AM - 1 PM
Families are invited to an inclusive celebration of children and the arts. Enjoy performances by Francie Dillon along with Puppet Art Theater, youth from El Dorado Dance Academy, AIM HIGHER Elk Grove, and Afia Walking Tree, as well as hands-on fun stations designed for visitors of all abilities. This family festival is free for all. Presented by the Crocker Art Museum's Art Access Committee in collaboration with I Can Do That!, Short Center South, and the UC Davis MIND Institute.
Art Spark is supported, in part, by a grant from The James Irvine Foundation.
Downtown Sacramento will be bustling with springtime activities on April 21. Additional parking is available in the 300 Capitol Mall garage (entrance on 3rd Street), just a short walk to the Museum, for a flat rate of $6 per car. Please be advised that from 8 to 11 AM, 2nd Street (between O and N) and O Street (between Front Street and 2nd) will be closed for the Capital City Classic, so plan to arrive early!
11 AM - 1 PM
Drop-in fun stations presented by I Can Do That! and Short Center South
Family resources presented by Shriners Hospitals for Children, the Warmline Family Resource Center, Families for Early Autism Treatment, the UC Davis MIND Institute, Short Center South, and I Can Do That!
Tot Land, a magical place for young children, will be open 10 AM - 5 PM
Choir performance and drum circle with AIM HIGHER Elk Grove
Songs and stories with Francie Dillon along with Puppet Art Theater
Dance performance by youth from El Dorado Dance Academy
Drum-Talk-Story with Afia Walking Tree