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Touch-Free Spring Break Family Day: Color Fusion

Wifredo Lam, Retrato (detail), 1982, lithograph. © OAS AMA | Art Museum of the Americas Collection. Uploaded by lindsy
Come discover the expressive joy of color at San Antonio's Museum of Art's free spring break family day. Pick up an art kit with everything you need to make a mixed media abstract collage and paint a watercolor resist inspired by the artwork in the current exhibition, "No Ocean Between Us." Join them virtually as they read a family-friendly book to delve deeper into color fun. Link for family story time, art activity video-instructions, and self-guided gallery scavenger hunt available in the art kit. Art kits are first come, first served.

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