Families will enjoy a fun-filled day of hands-on art projects led by members of LOCA, face painting, performances, refreshments, the popular “Art Detective Game,” and more. This event will take place in conjunction with the countywide arts festival Imagination Celebration produced by Arts Orange County and the Orange County Department of Education.“Imagination Celebration at Laguna Art Museum is a great way for the community to come together to enjoy hands-on art projects, dance, music, and the Museum’s exhibitions,” said Curator of Education Jacqueline Bunge who has been organizing this event at Laguna Art Museum for the past four years. “I am proud that Laguna Art Museum can offer this event as a free day for students and families, and I look forward to this event all year! Many families attend year after year and constantly tell us how much fun they had and how enriching the experience was for their children. I encourage all families to attend this free event and to experience the Museum and all of the wonderful activities we have to offer.”.As part of the “Art Detective Game,” attendees will participate in a treasure hunt relating to works featured in the Museum’s current exhibitions Extract: Developing Exhibitions from the Collection, Landscape and Figuration from the Collection: Early to Mid-Twentieth Century, and Brad Coleman: Reproductions. Attendees will also have a chance to view Cultural Identity: Selections from St. Margaret’s Episcopal School, San Juan Capistrano which is on display in the Young Artists Society Gallery..Live performances will take place every hour starting with St. Mary’s Drumline at 11:15 a.m. and followed by St. Mary’s Jazz Band. Both groups will be led by Dan Fineberg of St. Mary’s School in Aliso Viejo. Following the Drumline and Jazz Band with be a modern and ballet dance performance by San Pedro City Ballet high school company members.
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