The Museum of the African Diaspora has a family exhibit coming up, screenprinting your family history. Here's what the museum says about its program
"The Family is a key iconic image in Romare Bearden’s art. Inspired by Juneteenth, the oldest African-American holiday commemorating the end of slavery in the United States, our Family Day activity honors ancestry and the preservation of family relationships. Visitors will create family trees and families will screen print a collage using their own hands as branches, and leaf shapes for writing in the names of their family members."
When: Saturday, June 18 from noon to 4
Where: Museum of the African Diaspora
Cost: Free with MOAD admission ($10/adults, $5/students, free kids 10 and under)