Family First Workshops

Elementary school-aged children and an accompanying adult are invited to enjoy hands-on creative exploration during the Museum’s Family First workshops. Workshops are scheduled from 2-4 p.m. on the first Sunday of every month. Each month, the art projects will change to align with the Museum’s current collections and exhibitions.

If the Museum is open, we will include time for you to visit on your own; otherwise, we will provide a family pass for a later visit. For some workshops, there will be an option to pick up materials and complete the activity at home with instructions provided through written or video instructions.

To be added to the family programs email list and receive information about this and other programs, please email Julia Hood at

Upcoming Workshops

February 6: Valentine Card Workshop
Because when a Valentine’s Day card is made from scratch, it’s made from the heart.

March 6: Portrait Photography 101 Workshop
Learn the basics of portrait photography from a local photographer and then practice the craft!

April 3: Snazzy Stepping Stone Workshop
Create your own decorative garden stone with your own design.

May 1: Nod to Nevelson Workshop
Cut and layer cardboard shapes to create a bas relief sculpture inspired by Louise Nevelson’s Full Moon (1980).

June 5: Paper in Flight Workshop
Following in the footsteps of Dick and Smith Reynolds, we’ll take flight above Reynolda’s front lawn with paper airplanes.