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Saturday Storytelling
with Teresa Webb

Saturdays
1 - 3 p.m.

Meet Teresa Webb (Anishinaabe) and hear about
Native American cultures through stories and songs,
accompanied by flute, drum and rattle. 
Free for members, included with general admission.

Second Saturday Family Studio

2nd Saturday of each Month
beginning Feb. 11
2 - 3 p.m.

Kids, bring your grownups and join us on the
second Saturday of each month for Second
Saturday Family Studio. Take a closer look at
artwork in the galleries, ask questions, be inspired,
then make your masterpiece to take home!
This not to be missed family program explores a
different theme each month.

Free for members, included with general admission.

Festivals and Events

Prince Maximilian & Karl Bodmer: Touring the Wilderness of North America a performance by Brian “Fox” Ellis

  • Date(s):  December 09, 2017
  • Time:  1:00 PM – 2:00 PM
Join the Prince of Wied, Maximilian, as he takes you on a tour of North America as he saw it in 1832-34. Using Karl Bodmer’s illuminating illustrations, Prince Maximilian will escort the audience on an adventure from the Grand Banks of Newfoundland to the Great Falls of the Missouri River, from New Harmony, Indiana to New Orleans, Louisiana.

From "A Storyteller's Tour of the Louvre" in Paris to a campfire in the mountains of North Carolina, from the Historic Sandwich Illinois Opera House to an International Conference on Wetlands Conservation in Washington D.C., Brian "Fox" Ellis has been regaling audiences for more than 35 years. Since 1980, Fox has been touring the world as a performer and educator. He is a dynamic teller who, in a warmly entertaining manner, captures what is most life-affirming and beautiful in the human experience.

Cost:
Eiteljorg members – Free
Non-members/General public – regular museum admission

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