Spark! Family Film Fest

The Akron Art Museum and Akron Film invite parents to bring their young film connoisseurs to the museum on Saturday, May 19, from 12 – 3 pm to enjoy an afternoon of engaging, high-quality family films in the Charles and Jane Lehner Auditorium.
If you need a break from the regular family offerings at your local multiplex, bring the family to the museum’s Spark! Family Film Fest for a variety of fresh features. The event will begin with a collection of cool, zany and funny shorts from the New York International Children’s Film Fest (NYICFF). Spark! will also feature hands-on art activities and short films presented by Akron Film.

Stay for the day or pick and choose which of the following activities work best for you and your little movie-goers.

Schedule
12 pm: New York International Children’s Film Fest Party Mix films
1:15 pm: Hands-on art activity
3:15 pm: Akron Film presents short films

This event is FREE, seating available on a first come first seated basis.

Spark! is a co-production of Akron Film and the Akron Art Museum and is made possible by gifts from Dominion Foundation and OMNOVA Solutions Foundation.

Museum Information
Address: One South High, Akron, OH 44308
Tel: 330.376.9185
Fax: 330.376.1180
Website: http://www.AkronArtMuseum.org
Gallery and Store Hours: Wednesday – Sunday: 11 am – 5 pm, Thursday: 11 am – 9 pm, Closed Monday and Tuesday and all major holidays
Café Hours: Wednesday-Sunday: 11 am – 3 pm
Library Hours: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 11 am – 4 pm
Admission: Adult general admission is $7, Student and Senior (65+) general admission is $5, Children (12 and under) are FREE, members are FREE.

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