Free, registration required
Children ages 3-8 and their caregivers are invited to join us each month as we look, learn, and make in response to themes from our current exhibitions. This live streamed program for families will include close-looking at artwork, reading of a storybook, and a making activity inspired by the theme.
Looking to Learn encourages valuable social emotional skills that help children ages 3-8 build and develop greater empathy, understanding, and respect for their peers and community.
Register to attend. After registering, you'll receive a confirmation email with details about joining the event on Zoom.
MAY 30, 10AM - Register
Past events: Check out the discussion guides for these event here!
MAR 28, 10AM
This month, we will be looking at Do Tomatoes Grow on Trees by Nikki Leone, from our current exhibition, Nourish, and reading the book Harlem Grown by Tony Hillery. We will also be making additive plant sculptures.
FEB 28, 10AM
Making Memories at Mealtime: Sharing from the Eternal Bowl, Together We Fill and Together We Share by Nourish artist Rick Nickel and Thank you, Omu! by author Oge Mora.
APR 25, 10AM - Register
This month, we will be looking at Rain Workers by Andy Harris from our exhibition Nourish, and reading the book What Matters by Alison Hughes. Our making activity will be tote bags and printmaking with recycled materials. A limited number of free art kits are available for registrants, first come, first served.