Explore what it means to be grounded both inside and outside of the galleries. Engage your senses through a guided forest bathing experience—the Japanese practice of consciously connecting with nature in order to slow down and be present in the natural world around you. Learn about the geologies depicted in artworks in the Clark’s collection, and play with the ideas of foreground, middle ground, and background (all used to create the illusion of depth or perspective in artworks). Design a take-home terrarium so you can stay “grounded” throughout the week, and view the pop-up installation of nature-inspired prints and drawings in the Manton Study Center for Works on Paper from 11 am–1 pm. Free admission all day. Special activities in the Clark Center lower level, Family Room, and Museum Pavilion from 1–4 pm. Family programs are generously supported by Allen & Company.