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Learn, explore, create and grow as you discover new ways of interacting with art during the Museum’s program for its youngest visitors, with time for storytelling, looking at art, and art making.
The next new installment of Wee Wednesdays will be published here on Wednesday, August 12.
Investigate animals in art from around the globe and then create your own animal sculpture at home using materials found in your kitchen.
Explore ideas of community in American art and then create a sign to share messages with your own community.
Ordinary and Extraordinary
Examine the extraordinary in ordinary objects then create your own work of art using objects from home.
Discover patterns and shapes in mesmerizing works of art and then create your own weaving using materials found at home.
Exercise your imagination by diving into contemporary art and then create your own imaginative sculptures at home.
Light and Dark
Discover works of art inspired by light and darkness, and create your own shadow puppet theater using materials from home.
I See, You See
Examine familiar things from different perspectives then compose and capture your own still life at home.
Big and Small
Marvel at the details found in big and small artworks and then make your own mosaic using materials found at home.
Learn about unique objects from around the world and create a handmade card to share with someone special.
Explore the natural element of water through magnificent landscapes from across the globe and create your own art using materials found at home.
Admire artistic friendships and your own while creating a diorama scene of a favorite memory.
Experience a rainbow of colors through contemporary art then create your own colorful masterpiece using materials found at home.
Discover details from nature in artful objects from around the world and right outside your door.
Me and My Feelings
Explore your feelings through storytelling, portraits, and the creation of your own puppets.
Homes and Neighborhoods
Discover the many possibilities of the places people call home, including American artists, and then create your own.
Make Your Mark
Express your creativity and make art in your own way inspired by innovative modern artists.