Adult and Child Artmaking
Make a New Memory in Family First Workshops
Workshops fill quickly; early registration encouraged.

Held on the first Sunday of each month at 2 p.m., Family First Workshops are designed for children in grades 1st through 6th grade and their favorite adult to make art together. Led by Reynolda House education staff, families tour the Museum to view selected works of art in the historic house and galleries, which become the inspiration for a specially designed art project in the studio. Art projects vary from month to month, and correlate to the works of art in the Museum's collection and the changing exhibitions on view.

These interrelated workshops are designed for visual art students in 7th through 12th grades. Workshops are held in the Museum and art studios, and materials are provided.

March 12 and 19 - Tiny Objects, Tiny Drawings
April 9 and 16 - Make it BIG
May 7 and 14 -  Pinhole Photography

Inspired by the Museum's renowned collection of
American art, young artists and writers produce their own original works of art and writing compositions in these half-day camps.

Creative Writing Workshop
Session I (completed grades 6-9): July 5-8
Art Adventures
Session I (completed grades K-5): July 18-22
Session II (completed grades K-5): July 25-29
Writing Adventures
Session I (completed grades 1-2): June 27-July 1
Session II (completed grades 3-5): July 11-15

Share Ansel Adams: Eloquent Light with your family. Tickets are on sale now for this Reynolda House exclusive exhibition. $14/adults, children under 18 admitted free.