Join us from 12-3 p.m. on the second Saturday of each month for free, limited, socially distanced, outdoor community and family-focused day of art talks, hands-on art making, performances and gallery adventures for visitors of all ages. Visitors can design their experience based on their schedule and the activities that interest them most.
- Spotlight Talks – 15-minute talks for visitors of all ages in the gallery
- Drop-In Studio – Hands-on art making for all ages
- Storytime – Stories read by special guests and educators inspired by the art on view
- Pop-up performances and other surprises
We encourage visitors and families to bring a blanket, wear your masks and enjoy the performances on our North Lawn and throughout the arts campus. Make sure to come hungry because Café Contemporary will be offering tasty seasonal treats, drinks and boxed lunches for purchase.
Second Saturday: Reprint Frenzy
Saturday, May 8 | 12-3 p.m.
Free tickets required | Available April 24
Since our printmaking inspired Second Saturday was canceled in March due to weather, we’re going to Reprint Frenzy in May! In celebration of Ed Ruscha: OKLA, this event will explore the fun and funky side of printmaking. Programs will include artist demos by design cookie artist Kaleo Maclay
and experimental printmaker Virginia Sitzes, who will be printmaking on food items like tortillas and bread with chocolate and mustard! The day will also feature collaborative activities and printmaking projects -- including an art project inspired by Ruscha’s Chocolate Room. We hope you’ll join us for an afternoon of sweet surprises and contemporary creativity!
Please note, safety and health procedures will be in place to ensure a safe and fun event for everyone involved. Event is weather permitting. Read more about our COVID protocols here.
Timed tickets required to attend this event. Tickets will be available two weeks in advance of event.