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This summer take advantage of some fun in the 941 by joining Visit Sarasota on the last Sunday of the month, this month and next, for Museum Free Day at Sarasota's newest art institution, Sarasota Art Museum. Rolling out special deals and offers all season long through valued partners of their 'Live Like a Local' campaign, the Museum Free Day will take place this Sunday, July 25 and August 29, 2021. Bring your friends and family to explore new art and thought-provoking exhibitions. 

Free Day Activities include:

Musical Interludes – 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm on the Marcy & Michael Klein Plaza for acoustic Carlos Silva/John Kendall Guitar Duo.

Mary’s Front Porch – 1:30 pm to 2 pm on the Front Porch, encouraging a thirst for knowledge where children of all ages can share their imagination and creativity.

What’s your medium?- 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm, many individuals come to the museum to view the art but many may not understand the art medium that the artist utilizes to express their art movement. This is an introductory class and at the end of the session, each individual will receive a brown bag to carry the supplies that are given to take home. This month’s medium is oil pastels.

For more information and ideas on how you can Have Fun in the 941, head here.  And be sure to tag your experience on social with #funinthe941

Support for Museum Free Day is provided by the Charles & Margery Barancik Foundation.

Photo courtesy of Sarasota Art Museum. Learn more here.

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