Programs for Children Tweens and Teens

In addition to regularly scheduled Tours, the Museum offers a variety of events that are designed to enhance the experience and understanding of our younger patrons.

Children/Tween Crossover Programs | for ages 6 to 12

Spring Break Workshop

Workshop Flyer
Workshop Flyer

Join us for a special Spring Break Workshop - Weaving and the West! All Workshops require advance registration.

  • Next: None scheduled at this time. Check back for additional dates.

Tween's Programs | for children ages 10 to 13

Tween's Summer Camp

Tween's Summer Camp Flyer
Tween's Summer Camp Flyer

Every year the Museum offers a week-long, half-day, drop-off, Summer Camp program for tweens. This event has proven to be our most popular tweens's program year after year.

  • Next: None scheduled at this time. Check back for additional dates.

Tween's Workshops

Tweens Workshop Flyer
Tween's Workshop Flyer

Tween's Workshops are specially designed for students ages 10-13. Workshops typically include a docent-guided tour of the gallery during which the children learn about a specific aspect of art or history. In the second part of the workshop tweens move to our studio classroom where instructors lead them through a creative learning activity that reinforces what they learned in the tour. All Tween's Workshops require advance registration.

Animals in Art

  • Next: None scheduled at this time. Check back for additional dates.

  • Teen's Programs | for young adults ages 14 to 17

    Teens' Talk

    Teens's Talk Flyer
    Teens' Talk Flyer

    Teens' Talk is a great opportunity for Teens to share their voice and ask questions! All Teen's Talks require advance registration.

    • Next: None scheduled at this time. Check back for additional dates.

    Teen's Workshops

    Teens's Workshop Flyer
    Teen's Workshop Flyer

    Teen's Workshops are specially designed to engage teenagers ages 14-17 who are interested in art history and art making. Workshops include spending time with the collection and exhibits to learn about a specific aspect of art or history as well as hands-on activities in our studio classroom targeting a variety of media and artistic skills such as drawing, painting and printmaking. All Teen's Workshops require advance registration.

    Learning from Artists

  • Next: April 28, 2018 from 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm. Visit event details for additional information.
  • Animals in Art

  • Next: None scheduled at this time. Check back for additional dates.


  • Special Programs For Families | includes children of all ages

    Visit our Family Programs page to learn more about events that are designed to engage the whole family. Special upcoming family events include:


    Children's Programs | for children 10 and under

    Sid's Story Time

    Sid's Story Time Flyer
    Sid's Story Time Flyer

    Each storytime features the reading of an exciting western themed story followed by a fun gallery activity. For children 3 to 8 years old and an adult companion.

    • January 4, 2018 from 11:00 am - 12:00 pm. Visit event details for additional information.
    • March 15, 2018 from 11:00 am - 12:00 pm. Visit event details for additional information.

    Children's Summer Camp

    Children's Summer Camp Flyer
    Children's Summer Camp Flyer

    Every year the Museum offers a week-long, half-day, drop-off, Summer Camp program for children. This event has proven to be our most popular children's program year after year.

    • Next: None scheduled at this time. Check back for additional dates.

    Children's Workshops

    Children's Workshop Flyer
    Children's Workshop Flyer

    Children's Workshops are single day, drop-off events, usually lasting approximately 2 hours. Workshops start with a docent-guided tour of the gallery during which the children learn about a specific aspect of art or history. In the second part of the workshop children move to our studio classroom where instructors lead them through a creative learning activity that reinforces what they learned in the tour. All Children's Workshops require advance registration.

    Artist as Recorder

  • Next: None scheduled at this time. Check back for additional dates.

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