The Clark Celebrates Dürer with Day of Free Events
March 6 beginning @ 12 p.m.
The Clark continues its celebration of the fantastical artwork of Albrecht Dürer with a free family day of activities it has dubbed The Dauntingly Dürer Family Day . Families can create a fantasy creature, try their hand at relief printing, and help build a castle. They will have the opportunity to make unique bookmarks and pendants inspired by Dürer’s rhinoceros, and friendship bracelets based on the artist’s knot prints.
Families can “walk on the wild side” by getting a temporary Dürer tattoo—or pet a snake, if they dare! Exhibition curator Jay Clarke will present family-friendly gallery talks that give the inside scoop on Dürer’s strange symbols. Finally, the celebrated dance company Dance Prism will present Giselle, the tale of a peasant girl who falls in love with a prince in disguise.
225 South Street