These galleries are open during regular museum hours and may be included with a museum tour.
Artica Gallery / Familly Activity Center
Looking for a creative spot for your kids to work on an art project, or a place for you to explore your inner artist? If so, visit the Artica Gallery! Artica is an interactive creative space for all ages. Look at huge painting reproductions on the walls, sit in front of a mirror and draw a self portrait, create on a computer drawing program, "build" a house with the assistance of a paper model or by usings colorful blocks, image a new you when you decorate a reflection of your face with glasses, moustaches or other interesting features, or dive into one of the many other tabletop activities in the space.
Artica helps you discover:
• where artists find inspiration
• how artists use their imagination to be creative
• how artists express their ideas
Installation of the Artica Gallery made possible with support from the Roy J. Carver Charitable Trust
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Learn to Look
This gallery is designed to encourage looking and creating for visitors of all ages.
It is located on Level 2, next to the Family Activity Center.
Painted Boxes of Haiti
Currently on view
See amazing hand-painted boxes created by Haitian artists. The vibrant colors,
intricate designs and beautiful shapes that decorate the outsides of the chests will delight audiences of all ages and inspire them to create their own special box art.
G. Manloit, Untitled (Box), n.d., acrylic on wood, Gift of Dr. Walter E. Neiswanger, M.D. by Bequest, 2007.23
This interactive space provides art activities for all ages!
Scrimmage - The Art of Sport
Currently on view
Make an end run to Studio1 and celebrate the art in America’s mega sport, football! Score a touch down with football-inspired art activities and games while learning more about selected artists and their art in football.