Vacation Week Workshops
School's out? Art's in! Join us for our vacation week workshops. Allow your children to delve into fun and exciting projects in a Museum setting. Give your children a break from their regular school day with an unconventional way to exercise their brain. Vacation workshops provide a creative hands-on experience with programs for ages 3-17. All workshops include a visit to the Museum galleries and interaction with professional artists and educators. The goal of the program is to develop important skills that lead to increased creativity, helping students make their own work of art.
Vacation week workshops provide a strong introduction to the Museum's collection and a helping hand to guide student's creativity. For more in depth instruction, we encourage you to explore our youth art class program which provides sequential art classes throughout the year. In addition, we at WAM feel that it is important to support your child's school art program.
Stay all day with Extended Day + Lunch!
Take advantage of our Extended Day program and register your children for fun-filled assistant-led activities for ages 5-13. Children can join early morning and/or late afternoon sessions that compliment their morning and/or afternoon workshops.
Note: for morning and afternoon Extended Day, please bring a snack.
Pre-registration for workshops and the extended day program is strongly suggested. Spaces are very limited and fill quickly! Sign up for one morning and/or one afternoon workshop per day. Optional Extended Day Program is available for students registering for either a morning or afternoon workshop, or both. Workshops for ages 3-5 years require one adult per child to participate.
Materials are provided for all workshops. Please dress for mess!
Drop-Off and Pick-Up
All workshops meet and depart from the Museum's Lancaster Street Lobby. Please accompany your children to and from the lobby each day.
Workshop, Extended Day, and Supervised Lunch fees are non-refundable.
Feb Fun 2014 Courses and Descriptions
Click on course title or description to register.