Love learning about performing arts from around the world? Need something to do this weekend? On Saturday, the Spurlock Museum will be hosting an entire afternoon full of performing arts practiced all around the world.
Performances include: traditional Japanese music by the Koto club, Matt Jacklin and ONU World Percussion performing African Gyil music, multicultural storytelling by Marilyn Kinsella, and Chinese traditional and fushion music by Jasmine Field Orchestra.
The fest is suitable for all ages and free of charge. A $5 donation is suggested.
For more information, visit the Spurlock Museum website.
Image courtesy of Spurlock Museum