Homeschooling families are invited to PFAC’s quarterly event just for them on March 2, 2017! Take a special guided tour of our exhibit of To Walk in Beauty, Native American Art Past & Present.
“To Walk in Beauty” as defined by Native Americans seeks to replicate the innate order and harmony of the universe within each individual. Native Americans seek to live in harmony with the earth as well as to balance the elements of one’s life. The Peninsula Fine Arts Center presents several stimulating exhibitions examining Native American culture. Displays will reflect the dynamic tradition of Native American art. Artifacts from Native American life in Jamestown, Virginia from the 1600s will be presented alongside late 19th century Native American objects. To complement traditional Native American art and artifacts, an exhibition featuring contemporary Native American artists will also be on view. Works will be selected from public institutions as well as private collections.
Admission: $3 per student ages 6+ (PFAC members free), $6 per adult, children 5 and under free. $3 per student for instructor-led art activity.
Homeschool Day Schedule: 11:00-11:30AM guided tour of the exhibition.
11:30-12:00 Instructor-led weaving lesson
Self-led familiy activities include: a scavenger hunt, HOFK art area and outdoor building activities (weather permitting).
To register, call (757) 596-8175 or email firstname.lastname@example.org .