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"SUT&WFOUT MOUNTAIN VIEW VOICE ▼ Tours for CANTOR’S NEW FAMILY SUNDAYS FEATURE SKETCHING IN THE GALLERIES, ART PROJECTS IN THE STUDIO, AND PINT-SIZED TOUR GROUPS tots By Rebecca Wallace Photographs by André Zandona W Above: Siena Hahn prepares her mixed-media work at Cantor Arts Center on Feb. 10. Top: Addison Jones is captivated by Stephanie Crowell’s demonstration. Crowell is an art teacher at the Community School of Music and Arts in Mountain View. hen art speaks to them, kids don’t hold back. In the middle of a museum tour, a little girl looks up at a painting and shrieks, “Pretty!” When the tour moves to a display of Venetian glass vessels, other kids shout: “I like the red one!” and “That one looks like a coffee pot!” Docent Rosalyn Voget remains calm. In this situation, being interrupted is hardly a bad thing. These kids are engaged and enthusiastic. There are also a lot of them. The new Family Sunday programs at Stanford’s Cantor Arts Center are only in their second weekend, and already the groups of attendees See TOURS FOR TOTS, page 26 February 15, 2013 ■ Mountain View Voice ■ ■ 25

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