BEGIN:VCALENDAR METHOD:PUBLISH VERSION:2.0 X-WR-CALNAME:Frist Art Museum BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Free Family Festival Day DESCRIPTION;ENCODING=QUOTED-PRINTABLE:\nCome celebrate our friends Frida, Diego, and Mexican art and culture at the Frist Art Museum during our FREE Family Festival Day! Enjoy special art-making activities, performances, and gallery experiences designed for the whole family!\n\n\nPERFORMANCES\n\nLa Mision ConArte\nAuditorium, Main Level\nExperience the beautiful diversity of traditional Mexican costume, music, and dance, presented by the folkloric performers of La Mision ConArte.\n\nRachel Rodriguez\nAuditorium, Main Level\nSinger-songwriter Rachel Rodriguez will perform her bilingual children’s album, Songs for My Little Amigos, inspired by her desire to introduce her children to their Latino heritage and the Spanish language.\n\nDanza Azteca Ollin Quetzalli\nTurner Courtyard\nJoin Danza Azteca Ollin Quetzalli (Aztec Dance Movement of Precious Feathers) outside in the courtyard as they share their representation of pre-Hispanic times through dance, music, and costume.*\n*In the event of inclement weather, this performance will be held in the auditorium.\n\n \n\nHANDS-ON ACTIVITIES\n\nMartin ArtQuest® Gallery\nUpper Level\nExperiment with exciting hands-on art activities, ranging from papel picado to animation to printmaking.\n\nHuichol Yarn Painting\nStudio A, Upper Level\nThe Huichol people from the mountainous areas of north central Mexico are known for their brightly colored folk art. Try your hand at creating a Huichol-style yarn painting.\n\nPocket Maracas\nStudio B, Upper Level\nDecorate your own colorful instrument, small enough to take anywhere!\n\nWearable Garden\nStudio C, Upper Level\nMake a headband or boutonniere inspired by Frida’s garden.\n\nSidewalk Chalk Mural\nTurner Courtyard\nAdd your design to our sidewalk chalk mural, using stencils or your own imagination!\n*In the event of inclement weather, this activity will be canceled.\n\nMexican Table Games\nGrand Lobby\nTry one of the traditional Mexican board or card games with your family.\n\n\nREFRESHMENTS\n\nFrist Café\nMain Level\nA delightful menu of reasonably priced, freshly made food for the whole family.\n\nBurritos La Mina*\nFood truck parked on McGavock Street\nChihuahua, Mexico, is known for its rich mining history and its delicious cuisine. Burritos La Mina (“The Mine”) offers a variety of menu options, including burritos, quesadillas, tacos, tortas, and more.\n\nRolling Feast*\nFood truck parked on McGavock Street\nRolling Feast’s Southwestern/Latin American selections include green chile pork carnitas, nachos with poblano chile queso & chorizo, and Sonoran dogs. Rolling Feast also offers cheese quesadillas and hot dogs, as well as fresh-squeezed lemonade and baked goods.\n\nLas Paletas*\nLocated across from the food trucks by the sculpture Rose on 65th Street\nLas Paletas offers handmade popsicles, using ripe fruit, vegetables, and other fresh ingredients, including grains, nuts, flowers, and herbs from community gardens. You will find traditional Mexican flavors as well as seasonal favorites.\n\n*No outside food or beverage may be brought into the Frist Art Museum or consumed in the Frist café.\n\n \n\nThank you to our advisers and sponsors!\nCasa de la Cultura Latino Americana\nCenter for Latin American Studies at Vanderbilt University\nConexión Américas\nHispanic Family Foundation\nLa Campana\nYMCA Latino Achievers\n\n \n\nA sensory escape room will be available by the Conte Community Arts Gallery for visitors who need it, from 1:00 until 3:30 p.m.\n\n \n DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190630T130000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190630T173000 END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR