Theme: Women's History Month
Noon – 2 pm: NJPAC Wells Fargo Jazz for Teens Ensemble
Join us for a special menu of delicious treats, as music fills Engelhard Court
Noon – 4 pm: Held in various Museum venues:
Noon – 4:30 pm – Gallery Maker Pop-Ups:
Noon – 4:30 pm – Education Lobby
Creative Play Drop-In: for 3-5 year olds and their families
Noon – 4 pm – Education Lobby
Creative Play Backpacks: Explore the Museum on your own with a specially-developed set of tools and activities for ages 3-5 and their adult helpers.
1:30 – 3 pm – Program Halls
Family Gallery Workshops: for Children ages 5-12 and their families
Gallery Tours - Meet outside the Museum Shop unless otherwise noted
12:30 pm – Teen-Led Gallery Tour, led by Museum Explorers, of Women Native-American Artists of North America.
1 pm – World of Ceramics, New Jersey and Beyond: Highlights of Hot, Hotter, Hottest; Ceramics of Native Artists of North America; Global Ceramics, led by specially-trained volunteer docents
2 pm – Newark Museum Through the Eyes of Gallery Aferro Artists: Artist Sophia Domeville, a Newark-born Haitian-American Artist, departs from South Wing Rotunda
2 pm – Highlights of the Newark Museum Tour featuring Women in Art, led by specially-trained volunteer docents
1 – 4:30 pm – MakerSPACE Drop-In
2 – 4 pm – Gallery Pop-ups
Alice & Leonard Dreyfuss Planetarium Shows:
Ticket required. Purchase tickets at the South Wing entrance.
1 pm – Earth, Moon and Sky
Recommended for children ages 5 – 8; 35 minutes.
Explore the relationship between Earth, Moon, and Sun. With the help of Coyote and Native-American stories, learn about moon phases, eclipses, constellations and more!
3:30 pm – Navajo Sky
Recommended for adults and children over age 8; 35 minutes.
Join a Navajo family as they listen to elders telling stories about the constellations that were passed on from generation to generation. Hear about how stars were placed in the sky and how they signal when crops should be planted and when hunting season begins. This celestial adventure will leave you with a greater understanding of the sky as the Navajo viewed it. Presented in Navajo and English.
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