UVA Art Museum hosts Family ArtJAM, "An Eye for Detail: Jefferson's Architecture Up Close"

J. Serz, Engraver Published by C. Bohn. Engraving of the Rotunda and Lawn from the south, 1856. RG-30/1/8.801
J. Serz, Engraver Published by C. Bohn. Engraving of the Rotunda and Lawn from the south, 1856. RG-30/1/8.801

The University of Virginia hosts a Family ArtJAM entitled, "An Eye for Detail: Jefferson's Architecture  Up Close," geared toward children ages 5-12. After touring the exhibition, "Thomas Jefferson's Academical Village," children and their parents or caregivers will get a quick lesson in camera use and then journey to the Lawn to search for Jeffersonian treasures among the architectural details. The workshop for 5-7 year olds meets 1-3pm, followed by one for 7-12 year olds, 3-5pm. 155 Rugby Road. To register call, 243-2050.