Youngsters got to explore their artistic side Saturday during Family Day at Northwestern University’s Block Museum of Art.

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Each child who turned out for the event on the Evanston campus got a box of art supplies

and perhaps a little help from the grownups in realizing their artistic ambitions.

The could experiment with print-making and try their hand at sculpting with modeling clay.

Several dozen children from 5 to 12 years old turned out for the afternoon event, which

also featured a map to lead kids on a tour of the sculptures in the garden around the museum

including a 1981 work, “Interior Form” by British sculptor Henry Moore.

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