Exploring Phoenix Art Museum with children can be especially rewarding. It presents an opportunity to share ideas and personal opinions, surprise each other, and discover the world through artists’ eyes. Start your adventure by picking up a Scavenger Hunt at Visitor Services to guide your journey through our collections. There is no need to know all about art – discover it together!
Join us for hands-on activities and create your own work of art inspired by current exhibitions or the Museum’s collection! This free monthly drop-in program for all ages takes place on select Wednesday evenings from 3:30-7:30 pm and select Saturdays from 10 am-2 pm.
- October 24 & 27, 2018
- November 17 & 28, 2018
- December 26 & 29, 2018
- January 23 & 26, 2019
- February 23 & 27, 2019
- March 23 & 27, 2019
- April 24 & 27, 2019
- May 18 & 22, 2019
- June 26 & 29, 2019
Discount Tire Free Family Sunday
Discount Tire Company and Phoenix Art Museum are pleased to announce Discount Tire Free Family Sunday! Discount Tire Free Family Days are designed for families to spend quality time together playing, learning, stimulating their minds, and connecting with Phoenix Art Museum’s collection and exhibitions. The Museum is a low-risk, free-choice environment that encourages community members of all ages to get involved.
Each month, the Museum will present an exciting theme for you and your family to explore through hands-on projects, musical and dance performances, interactive activities, and more.
- November 11, 2018, 12–5 pm: Volume
- December 9, 2018, 12–5 pm: Tradition
- January 13, 2019, 12–5 pm: Space
PhxArt x Free Arts Collaboration
In collaboration with Free Arts for Abused Children of Arizona and Phoenix-based teaching artist Shelly Love, Phoenix Art Museum is proud to present artwork created by girls aged 10-17 living in a group home for children in foster care. These young artists spent six weeks at the Museum exploring the creative process and the current exhibition, To Be Thirteen, to create mixed media portraits. Explore To Be Me (Ser Yo) on view now through October 15 in the Wolfswinkel Education Center. Learn more here.