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Thursday August 10, 2017

Join Piedmont Arts for a free Family Day celebrating the art and culture of the American Indian on Saturday, August 26 from 11 am – 1 pm at the museum. 

Enjoy a performance by American Indian flutist Arnold Richardson. Also known by his Iroquois name, Tsa'ne Do'se, Arnold is a gifted musician and sculptor. He has recently been named a recipient of the North Carolina Heritage Award and his extraordinary gift of flute playing has brought him notoriety as a top American Indian flutist in the East. During Family Day, Arnold’s work can be seen in Piedmont Arts’ current exhibit, Indigenous: The Art of the American Indian.

Free crafts include:
• Corn Husk Dolls
• Beaded Necklaces
• Mat Weaving
• Write your name in Cherokee

Complimentary snacks will be provided. All ages are welcome and admission is free of charge. For more info, visit PiedmontArts.org.

Tags: Art, Piedmont Arts