This spring, get ready for an art adventure that will take you to faraway places during the Corcoran’s Family Day: The Great Escape! onSaturday, March 8, 2014, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. FREE for the entire family, this celebration includes live performances, in-gallery activities, face painting, hands on art workshops, and more. Featuring special performances of My Grandfather’s Circus by Zany Umbrella Circus, this celebration will highlight some of the D.C. area’s best art, dance, and music. Also throughout the day, be sure to check out American Journeys–Visions of Place, a reinstallation of the Corcoran’s renowned pre-1945 American art collection and the inspiration for the day’s activities.
“We are eagerly anticipating Corcoran Family Day 2014: The Great Escape,” said Sarah Durkee, Vice President of Public Education at the Corcoran. “Family Day has become such a fun and popular annual tradition, and on March 8, families will have the chance to travel through different times and places represented by the Corcoran’s collection, with local teaching artists and performers to serve as their guides. We are looking forward to welcoming back families who have come before and to meeting new families attending this year for the first time.”
Corcoran members at the Family Level and above enjoy early admission at 9:30 a.m. to select workshops and ace painting. Admission to the Corcoran during this full day of fun is FREE. The event is open to the public, and no registration is required, except for a select workshop where indicated. For more information, please visit www.corcoran.org/pride.