Join us for an interactive and kid-friendly tour of the exhibitions on view: Ruth Asawa: Life’s Work and Lola Álvarez Bravo: Picturing Mexico. Performed by Beatrice Red Star Fletcher, in collaboration with her mother and artist Wendy Red Star, the Apsáalooke Feminist Tours will give a child’s perspective on the artwork on view. In addition to the tour, visitors will also be invited to participate in an art-making activity inspired by Ruth Asawa’s interest in pattern and repetition.

The tour is recommended for children ages 8-13. To ensure the best possible experience in our galleries, we ask that children participating in the tour and the art-making activity be accompanied by an adult. The event is free, but space is limited; registration is encouraged below.

Working across disciplines, Wendy Red Star explores the intersections of Native American ideologies and colonialist structures both historically and in contemporary society. Often collaborating with her parents, Beatrice Red Star Fletcher is an interdisciplinary artist who likes to draw, sew, and create comedy.