Galleries > Weekly Madcap Family Weekend Share Tweet The Speed Art Museum presented Madcap Puppet Theatre on Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 28-29. Photos By Bill Wine | Contributing Photographer The Art Sparks Interactive Gallery includes this miniature city play area for children and families. Signage for the Art Sparks Interactive Gallery. Ellisa Tarver took a peek as she had her face painted. Niketa Estes and Ellisa Tarver were all smiles. Kamryn Kitts displayed her new facial artwork. Eli Oetken kept his eyes closed while the artist painted his face. Finn Oetken. McKenna Barry held a book while sitting in a wigwam. Andy and Grace Matheis enjoyed drawing on the clear acrylic plastic wall. Lilly and Maggie Parris tried hula hooping. Marcie Murphy had fun dressing up and pretending while playing in the Art Sparks Interactive Gallery. Kamryn Kitts took a short rest break. Monica, Eli, Finn and Kevin Oetkin. Lilly Parris. Debra and Sadie Eichenberger. Kat Cummins. Levi Little viewed his electronic artwork on a projection wall. Gabrielle Sutton was focused as she played with a wooden puzzle. Families entered the Art Sparks Gallery located in the lower level of The Speed Art Museum. Natalie Rider was all eyes as she enjoyed her day at The Speed Art Museum. Madeyln and Matt Kerkhoff. Dave, Esme and Nate Celello. Nate Celelllo showed off his new necklace and ribbons. Which color beads to select for a necklace? Paint brushes were ready to be used.