Family Friday: Parkour & Painting

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Crocker Art Museum says
This summer, Family Fridays are hands on! Explore a different artistic material each week, with interactive artist demonstrations, exciting performances, and creations you can take home. Designed for a range of abilities and learning styles, Family Fridays take place in the E. Kendall Davis courtyard and include multisensory activities, picnic areas, and a Double Digit Clubhouse just for kids 10 and older.

June 23rd, catch a stunning parkour performance by Neo Flow and colorful acrylic painting by Daphne Burgess.
FREE for members or with general admission for nonmembers.

Neo Flow
Our mission is to inspire people to move, to create, and to ultimately innovate. We captivate audiences through our movement displays, as well as educate audiences through workshops, motivational coaching and materials. Neo Flow is versatile, inspiring, and unique.

Daphne Burgess
Artist and educator Daphne Burgess uses bold colors and a whimsical style to help convey stories about social topics that impact her environment. A combination of bright colors, stylized forms and various materials characterize her paintings about ethnicity, music, love, culture and family. She has been an art educator for the past 17 years, holding Artist in Residence positions through the Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission public meeting and the Sacramento City Unified School District. She currently serves as the Community Engagement Coordinator at the Crocker Art Museum.

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