Join us for a free storytime at the University of Michigan Museum of Art!
Children ages four to seven are invited to hear a story in the galleries. On February 18 we will hear Buddhist Jataka tales, stories that tell of previous lives of the Buddha, in human or animal form, that are fun and wise. This is in conjunction with Protecting Wisdom: Tibetan Book Covers from the MacLean Collection and stories of the Buddha. Stories will be followed by a short activity responding to the art on display. Parents must accompany children. Meet in front of the UMMA Store.
There is metered street parking around the Museum, which is in a walkable neighborhood with restaurants and shopping nearby. Two municipal structures are approximately two blocks away:
MAYNARD PARKING STRUCTURE 324 Maynard Street
On Maynard Street between E. Liberty & E. William
FOREST AVENUE STRUCTURE 650 South Forest Avenue
On the corner of South Forest Avenue and Willard Street one half block south of South University Avenue