FFAS: Birds and Flowers

[ 0 ] March 30, 2007 |

Ffas SideRISD Museum Free-For-All Saturday.
March 31, 11 am – 4 pm
Journey to Japan through the exhibition Feathers, Flowers, Talons, and Fangs: Power and Serenity in Japanese Nature Prints. Quest for beautiful images of birds and flowers in art throughout the galleries.

Create in workshops at the Museum and the RISD Nature Lab. Enjoy a program of kamishibai (literally “paper dramas”) about birds and flowers presented by storyteller Midori Oka.

3pm Show: Odaiko New England closes the day’s activities with a vibrant performance of taiko drumming.

This is a FREE event for the entire family! Get directions and read the insider’s view of Free-For-All Saturday.

more Read this lovely book about a man who changed the lives of many children with his storytelling. Kamishibai Man, written and illustrated by Allen Say (Caldecott Medal Winner).

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