Passport to the World Cultural Program Series at The Magic House

Saturday, August 13, 2022
Sunday, August 14, 2022
Saturday, September 10, 2022
Sunday, September 11, 2022

From the Argentinian Tango Festival to the Diwali Festival of Lights to a Chinese New Year Celebration visit The Magic House to celebrate cultures from around the world.

The year-long Cultural Program Series provides engaging, interactive, hands-on opportunities that help promote global literacy and foster inclusion of different traditions, religions, appearances, languages and art forms.

Upcoming programs include:

July 9: Native American. Celebrate Native American culture and traditions with artists Maria Hussmann, a member of the Ojibwe Nation, and Cassy Kussman, a member of the Cherokee Nation. These talented artists specialize in textiles, beadwork, silver work and more.

August 13 & 14. Argentina. Each August Tango performers from around the world travel to Argentina to compete in the annual Tango Festival in Buenos Aires. In celebration of the tango festival, dancers from the Convergence Body and Dance Center will perform popular dance and host workshops for dancers of all ages.

September 10 & 11. China. Join the STL Modern Chinese School in celebrating National Teachers' Day! Thank the teachers in your life by giving them a card, hand-made gift, or hongbao (red envelope) to wish them luck and prosperity!

The Cultural Program Series is free with museum admission.

More information: magichouse.org

 

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