FREE Family Day at Jepson Center for the Arts, Savannah

Not only is this week FREE ADMISSION week at Telfair’s Jepson Center for the Arts, but Saturday March 3 2012 is also Family Day. That means fun activities for all ages from 1-4 PM.

Activities will highlight technology available for all to explore. Georgia Tech Savannah students will lead 30-minute workshops for children and families introducing Scratch, a programing tool developed at MIT. Scratch enables children to learn basics of programming to create games, animations and art.

Hands on activities in the museum studio will allow children to make light up LED bugs and light toys. Performances include videogame inspired music and video by Geuka (Amiri Farris) and Dreamtime Synastry, a performance of live Didgeridoo music and live drawing projection by Mathew Cooper and Chelsea DeMercado.

Other activities at the Jepson Saturday include: “What Can We Make?” at the Jepson Center for the Arts, Savannah
Held Thursdays, Fridays & Saturdays
Drop-in visits, all-ages, free-form art activities from 10 AM-2 PM
Free to members and to visitors with paid admission.
Details here.

For more kids’ programs at the Jepson, click here.

For more local kids’ activities happening this weekend, click here.

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