During Free First Saturdays, museum admission is done away with and the space becomes a family-friendly zone, packed tight with hip parents and their offspring. Twist and Shout is the theme of April's event, and the Walker has a handful of kid-friendly happenings that will engage most children longer than just a room of minimalist art. Activities are loosely based on the Walker's latest exhibition, "1964," which highlights art from that transformative year, including works from Roy Lichtenstein, Ellsworth Kelly, and pop-art idol Andy Warhol. Kids will be invited to enjoy botanically inspired prints in a workshop led by Sarah Nassif, owner of clothier Rectangle Designs; a... More >>>