Saturdays and Sundays, 10 AM–4 PM
First Friday of the month, 10 AM–7 PM
Stop in the studio to create art inspired by the artwork in the Museum. A different collection or exhibition is featured each month, and the activities are always changing!
May: Junkyard Genius
Sculpt with recycled tires, build wire creatures from driftwood, and construct weathervanes from secondhand metal. The Kohl’s Art Generation Gallery: Rubbish! and the works in the Lanford Wilson Collection of Folk Art provide lots of examples of how artists use imagination to turn most any materials into art. And, celebrate Mother’s Day together in the studio, inventing a game and building a playing board using found materials.
Check out all of the Museum’s Weekend Family Programs.
Open during Museum hours
Immerse yourself in the art and culture of Haiti—past and present. Learn about the importance of community, family, religion, and more through music, photography, and a variety of activities.
Learn more about the Kohl’s Art Generation Lab.
Tour the Museum with the updated iPod Touch Tour. Learn about artworks through games and videos, and take an art selfie!
Which artwork from the Museum’s Collection is the favorite this month?
Alex Katz (American, b. 1927)
Sunny #4, 1971
Oil on canvas
96 1/4 × 72 in. (244.48 × 182.88 cm)
Gift of Mrs. Harry Lynde Bradley M1975.143
Photo credit: John R. Glembin
© Alex Katz/Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY
Choose your favorite! iPods are available to check-out at the Museum, or you can download the app for free from iTunes.