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KIDS, TEENS & FAMILIES


Family Sundays

You're invited to the Museum every Sunday afternoon for hands-on art activities and a lively 30-minute family tour through the Galleries. Each month's family activities focus on a different, family-friendly theme. Family Tour leaves at 2:30 pm. Sign up for the Family tour is required, and starts in Grigg Gallery at 1:00 pm each Sunday.

September

More information will be provided as it becomes available.

October

More information will be provided as it becomes available.

November

Sunday, November 5, 12, 19, and 26
1-4 pm; Family Tour at 2:30 pm

Spaces and Places
Embark on an adventure to witness landscapes, cityscapes, real places and imagined spaces during this month’s Family Sundays. Each Sunday in November features a different art activity; together we will design, draw, build, and create our own spaces and places inspired by the collection.

Friday, November 24 and Saturday, November 25, 1-4 pm
Thanksgiving Family Programs
Spend the holiday weekend at the Art Museum! Tour the galleries and get creative with family art activities.

December

Sunday, December 3 and 17
noon–4:00 pm; Family Tour at 2:30 pm

From Dark to Light
As it gets darker outside, come inside the Museum to examine how artists use light, dark, and shadows to enhance and inspire their art. Both old and new, there are bright and flashy sculptures, light filled paintings, and dark medieval stained glass in the Museum that will capture our imaginations as we make our own artwork. Each Sunday features a different art activity.

December 8-10
Winter Celebrations Weekend
Join us for a three-day winter extravaganza celebrating cultures from around the world. Drop in for special performances, treats, and family art activities each day.

December 17, 2 pm
Special Family Performance
Enjoy a seasonal performance in Sculpture Hall. Transport yourself to winter landscapes across the world as you listen to music from diverse cultures.

December 30, noon-4pm
Kwanzaa Celebration
Enjoy an afternoon of culture, performance, and tradition during the Museum’s annual Kwanzaa celebration.