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Jason Liu, 6, of Great Neck, takes a (Credit: Ann Luk)

Jason Liu, 6, of Great Neck, takes a closer look at Rimer Cardillo's photo-silkscreens of an owl in the Nassau County Museum of Art during the Family Sundays program. (Oct. 9, 2011)

Family Sundays at Nassau County Museum of Art

As part of the Family Sundays program at Nassau County Museum of Art in Roslyn Harbor, parents and children have the opportunity to create exhibition-inspired artwork after taking an interactive and educational tour of the museum.

Baldino Vasquez, 38, helps his Brendon, 5, during
(Credit: Ann Luk)

Baldino Vasquez, 38, helps his Brendon, 5, during the arts and crafts segment of the Family Sundays program at the Nassau County Museum of Art. (Oct. 9, 2011)

Josie Renna, 8, of Forest Hills, makes a
(Credit: Ann Luk)

Josie Renna, 8, of Forest Hills, makes a selection from the art supplies provided to her at the Nassau County Museum of Art during the Family Sundays program, while Bryan Santiago, 9, of Freeport, draws a monster. (Oct. 9, 2011)

Josie Renna, 8, raises her hand to participate
(Credit: Ann Luk)

Josie Renna, 8, raises her hand to participate at the Nassau County Museum of Art during the Family Sundays program. (Oct. 9, 2011)

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Ryan Filosa, 13, of North Bellmore, right, draws
(Credit: Ann Luk)

Ryan Filosa, 13, of North Bellmore, right, draws a character titled "Robo Frog" at the arts and crafts segment of Family Sundays program at the Nassau County Museum of Art. (Oct. 9, 2011)

Docent Estelle Henrich, 81, from Huntington Station, lets
(Credit: Ann Luk)

Docent Estelle Henrich, 81, from Huntington Station, lets children touch parts of the exhibitions during the Family Sundays program at the Nassau County Museum of Art. (Oct. 9, 2011)

Jason Liu, 6, of Great Neck, takes a
(Credit: Ann Luk)

Jason Liu, 6, of Great Neck, takes a closer look at Rimer Cardillo's photo-silkscreens of an owl in the Nassau County Museum of Art during the Family Sundays program. (Oct. 9, 2011)

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