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Smith College Museum of Art, Family Program

October 16 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT

Explore rivers in art with SCMA Student Museum Educators in the galleries, paint watercolor droplets to take home or add to our collaborative river, discover the historic Mill River flood through the eyes of a fish, and learn about the Mill Riverwalk kits created by educators Karen Bryant and Wendy Stein, available for loan from Forbes Library.  Pick up self-guided sample activities from the kits, ready to be tried out with your family along our own Paradise Pond.  Designed for ages 4-12 and their caregivers.

This program is free and will happen rain or shine!

1–3 pm
Onsite at SCMA

No registration required.

Activities are ongoing at SCMA from 1–3pm.

Detail of a painting by Charles Farrer of the Oxbow River with trees and hills

Co-presented by Smith College Museum of Art, Mill River Greenway Initiative and Forbes Library.  Thank you to Carol Berner, Julia Cornick, Karen Bryant, Nancy Meagher and Wendy Stein for collaborating on this program with SCMA Educator Gina Hall and the SCMA Student Museum Educators. Image: Thomas Charles Farrer, British (1839–1891). “View of Northampton from the Dome of the Hospital” (detail), 1865. Oil on canvas. Purchased

Details

Date:
October 16
Time:
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT
Website:
https://scma.smith.edu/calendar

Venue

Smith College Museum of Art
20 Elm Street at Bedford Terrace
Northampton, MA 01063
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Phone:
(413) 584-2760
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