On the Second Sunday of the month the Tucson Museum of Art and Historic Block offers pay-what-you-wish admission all day. During January’s Second SundAZe, visitors will have the opportunity to get inspired by the current exhibition, CUMBI: Textiles, Society, and Memory in Andean South America. Come enjoy a hands-on art-making experiences, family yoga, and a traditional Andean dance by Peruvian with Tusuy Peru Dance.
• Art- making Activities from 11 a.m.- 2 p.m.
• Paper weaving- learn the process of weaving using paper.
• Mixed media stamping- Create patterns using stamps.
• Family Yoga with Yoga Oasis at 11:30 a.m.
• Peruvian dance Performance by AZ Peruvian with Tusuy Peru Dance. AZ Peruvian with Tusuy Peru Dance will be dancing the Peruvian Huayno, a traditional Andean dance mainly practiced by the Quechua people. Huanyo music incorporates pre-Hispanic as well as western elements in its music. Huayno music is popular at work, parties, and funerals. Performances from at 12 p.m. and at 1 p.m.
Second SundAZe is presented by The Stonewall Foundation Fund held at the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona.