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 julia@reynolda.org.

September 12 – Abstract Sculpture Workshop [CANCELED]
Use plaster cloth to build an abstract sculpture inspired by the work of artist Isamu Noguchi. 

October 3 – A Menagerie of Masks
Create your own disguise in this workshop; participants build their own animal masks from prepared templates or their imagination.

November  7 – Up Close with O’Keeffe
Spend time with one of Reynolda’s newest gifts to the collection: Cedar Tree with Lavender Hills, a painting by American artist Georgia O’Keeffe. In this workshop, young artists create an abstracted painting guided by their own landscape photographs or those of Reynolda’s landscape.

December 5 – Holiday Card and Gift Tag Workshop
This traditional workshop returns with evergreen printmaking in the studios and stamped and collaged cards and tags. Registration will be available soon.

Youth & Family Events

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A child holds up a pink and blue print.
Sep22

Ongoing, 10:00am

Homeschool students and teachers are invited to visit the estate for art and history-based learning.

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A woman with a children's storybook open reads to a group outdoors.
Sep24

Ongoing, 10:00am

Reynolda Read-Alouds are a wonderful way to nurture your child’s imagination and prepare them for reading.

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