In the low desert this weekend and looking for a few good art galleries to check out? Well, here are a few that are free that might interest you…THIS SATURDAY:
Summer Carnival
Art Attack 2009
June 6, 9 – 11 a.m.
Sunrise Park, Palm Springs
FREE

The museum will participate in the upcoming Art Attack 2009 Summer Carnival sponsored by the Palm Springs Public Library. This event unites various area non-profit community organizations and local businesses to inform families about the activities available in the summer in Palm Springs. The Art Attack 2009 Summer Carnival will take place outside in Sunrise Park on Saturday, June 6th from 9:00-11:00 a.m. It will be a FREE and fun time for families to participate in games, arts & crafts and test your fast-pitch with the Palm Springs Power baseball team. Radio station Mix 100.5 will be broadcasting live from the event and the Community Blood Bank will be on hand to accept blood donations during the carnival. Along with the Community Organizations there will also be food vendors and local businesses at the Carnival; something for everyone!

Come out and join us for a beautiful evening of great art, great friends, and help raise funds for the Friends of the Palm Springs Animal Shelter.

OPEN STUDIO

“Art ala Mode”

Every SATURDAY

11 AM – 4 PM
Enjoy cold ice cream and hot art!

POETRY READING

“Open Mic”

SUNDAY – JUNE 7

4:30 PM

Come share or just listen!

and don’t forget boys & girls!….

STARTING NEXT WEEK:
FREE Foreign Film Series
Global Lens 2009
Starts June 11, 6 p.m.
Annenberg Theater

The museum will begin screening the FREE Global Lens 2009 film series on Thursday June 11 at 6 p.m. in the Annenberg Theater. The popular series will continue every Thursday through August 13. The Global Lens series consists of ten award-winning feature films from Argentina, Brazil, China, Ecuador, Indonesia, Iran, Kazakhstan, Macedonia, Morocco and Mozambique. The innovative film series, now in its sixth year, premiered in New York in January, 2009 and is now on a year-long tour of more than forty cities across the United States.

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