Second Sundays is a free program for families that takes place each month at the Museum. Visitors are invited to take a tour of a featured gallery with a Museum educator and participate in an exhibit-based art making activity, often with the help of a visiting artist. Explore the Museum galleries, make meaningful connections to the artwork and build cool creations to take home. Each month we can become sculptors, filmmakers, photographers, animators, dancers and more with projects that are cool enough for kids and still intriguing for older ages.

Second Sundays

Museum is open on the Second Sunday of the month from 1 – 5 p.m.

Second Sundays tours and art making takes place from 2 – 4 p.m.


Second Sundays
Free Family Program
December 10 from 2-4PM

Create handmade holiday wrapping paper and gift bags! Tour the Prints that Bite exhibit featuring lithographs and etchings from Daumier and Goya. Examine the tools used in the printmaking process and then make your own relief print by carving a design into Styrofoam with a wooden stylus. Use colorful inks to print your design on wrapping paper and gift bags.

This video shows what families did in August 2017. The soundtrack was composed by guest artist Naji Adamson. Video produced by Monica Gustin.

For more information about the educational programs at the Museum, contact Education Coordinator Ally Thomas  or call 814.459.5477

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