Upstairs in the Crayola Classroom
Sundays are full of artistic adventures for kids and families at the Art Museum. Explore the galleries to win a prize by completing our Treasure Hunts. Create an original work of art under the direction of a Museum educator in the Crayola Classroom. Visit Art Ways Interactive Family Gallery to add your touch to our chalk wall and community drawing, to create a project at one of our maker stations, and to explore the Curiosity Wall.
May: Who Shot Sports?
Make artworks that focus on movement and action this month as we celebrate the opening of Who Shot Sports.
June: Fashion Forward
Explore the intersection of fashion and fine art. Draw connections between the clothes depicted in the exhibition Who Shot Sports and the sports-themed prints in Who Wore Sports.
Be inspired by the intricate cuts and bold designs of the Katagami stencils on view in our Decorative Arts Corridor.
August: All about Architecture
Take a close look at architectural work installed in the galleries or depicted in artworks on display, then make your own art in Art Ways.
Treasure Hunts through the Galleries
Get inspired by Stephen Antonakos’s installation piece The Room Chapel, on display in Butz Gallery and use a family friendly Treasure Hunt to help start a discussion about this minimalist, neon chapel. Then visit Art Ways to experiment with light and color at our light-table station.