Tucson Metro Chamber

Glowing paint and martial arts highlight March Art after Dark

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March 06, 2018
Tucson, AZ (March 6, 2017) – We're shining a light on black light painting this month with our friends from Creative Juice!

Make your own black light painting with the artists from Creative Juice that you can take home and set aglow in your own room!

Got some energy to burn off? The folks from Axé Capoeira Tucson will also be at the museum with drummers, musicians, dancers and capoeira martial artists. In addition to some demonstrations, they will be teaching the basics of this Brazilian art form to visitors. 

Don't miss this awesome Art after Dark!
The Museum, 200 S. Sixth Ave., will be open from 5:30-8 pm, with free admission for everyone.
Art after Dark is a monthly arts program and community evening event. In addition to free admission to the Children’s Museum and our own hands-on art activities, two nonprofit arts organizations will inspire visitors with interactive performances and activities every month. Furthering the impact of the program, the first 400 visitors who attend Art after Dark will receive a free pass for a return visit to the Museum.
The goal of the Art after Dark program is to provide exposure and access to the amazing array of arts within our community. It is supported by the David and Lura Lovell Foundation, the Finley Family Foundation, the Connie Hillman Family Foundation and Tucson Federal Credit Union.

The Museum requires entering adults to be accompanied by kids (under 18) and all children must be supervised by an adult. For more information on Art after Dark or the Children’s Museum Tucson, visit ChildrensMuseumTucson.org.
What: Art after Dark
When: 5:30-8 pm every second Saturday
Where: Children’s Museum Tucson, 200 S. Sixth Ave., Tucson, AZ 85701
Why: Free arts-based activities for children and families with local arts organizations