Recap: Fall Family Day
On Saturday, November 16, Family Day returned to the Dixon and was a huge success! With more people than ever before, all who came experienced a fun day full of special activities and surprises in the colorful fall setting of the gardens.
Inside, visitors explored Ashe to Amen: African Americans and Biblical Imagery which examines the ever shifting intersections of aesthetics and belief. Ashe to Amen includes 59 works of art and design that date from the late 19th century to 2012 by nearly 50 artists, 24 whom are still active today.
Each year, the Dixon’s education programs strive to reach diverse audiences and provide an environment that applauds personal interpretation and advances creative thought. These programs and events promote interest in the arts and horticulture through specific programming for children, adults, and outreach groups. To learn more, please visit the Dixon’s website at http://www.dixon.org.