Museum of Contemporary Native Arts to Host 4th Annual Family Day Celebration

Published May 19, 2017
SANTA FE – The IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts (MoCNA) welcomes families and children of all ages to participate in unique artist-designed and hands-on art-making activities that highlight contemporary Native arts on Saturday, May 20, 2017 from noon until 4:00 p.m.
Programs during the event are geared towards K–5 students. Families are invited to participate in unique artist-designed, hands on art-making activities that highlight contemporary Native arts. MoCNA welcomes families with children of all ages. Programs are geared towards K – 5. Food truck onsite. The Museum Store will offer 20% off all children’s items.
1 – 3pm
Join Native artists Nani Chacon (Navajo) and John Well-Off-Man (Chippewa-Cree) in creating a community mural and print making project. A family scavenger hunt with treasure chest prizes led by MoCNA Docents! Kids can take a breather from the art-making activities and relax as artist Sheridan Macknight (Hunkpapa Lakota) reads children’s book Sitting Bull Remembers by Ann Turner.3 – 4pm
Snack and innovative performances include Native American Youth Hoop dancers and a teenage Chippewa-Cree String Duet.

This event is free for families and is supported in part by the Santa Fe Public Schools Native American Student Services.

For more information: Please contact Andrea R. Hanley, Membership + Program Manager 505.428.5907 or email at  

4th Annual Family Day
Celebrate your Family at MoCNA
Saturday, May 20 | 12 – 4pm
MoCNA Allan Houser Art Park, 108 Cathedral Place

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