Last occurred: Sunday, May 14
11:00 am to 5:00 pm
Art-making Tea Vessels
Paint a teacup for yourself or for someone special.
Art-making Tea Towels
Use natural dyes to decorate a tea towel.
Inspired by Alice in Wonderland, which famously features a Mad Tea Party, play a wacky game of croquet.
Hands-on Space Japanese Tea Room
Step inside a very special space inspired by tea rooms of Japan, hosted by Yukimakai Tea Study Group.
Demonstration Native American Tea
Meet Ojibwe educator, Hope Flanagan, and experience a variety of Native tea traditions.
Demonstration Somali Tea
Sample East African tea from Capitol Cafe, located in Seward neighborhood.
Special Exhibition Through Their Eyes: Moments Photographed by Syrian Children
This Family Day, inspired by global traditions around tea, reminds us that there are so many things that connect us to our fellow humans around the world. On view this weekend only, “Through Their Eyes: Moments Photographed by Syrian Children” is a project that features photos taken in more than 200 informal settlements throughout Lebanon. In an effort inspired to both empower and overcome the trauma of war, children took photos using disposable cameras made available by UNICEF and the organization ZAKIRA (“memory” in Arabic).
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Minneapolis, Minnesota 55404
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