Family First Workshops

Elementary school-aged children and their favorite adult visit the Museum and make art together during Family First Workshops. Participants tour the Museum with a Reynolda House education specialist to view selected artworks or objects in the historic house and galleries, which then inspire a special art activity in the studio. Workshops are scheduled on the first Sunday of every month from 2-4 p.m. Art projects vary each month to connect to different inspirations in the collection and changing exhibitions.

To be added to the family programs email list and receive information about this and other programs, please email Julia Hood (hoodje@reynoldahouse.org)


Upcoming workshops:

February 4 — Valentines Workshop
In this classic February workshop, participants can choose several different art projects to make Valentine cards and room decorations. Express your love with original art! Register for February 4.

CANCELED  March 4 — Design Your Home

When painter Frederic Church traveled to the Middle East, he gathered inspiration for building his future home, Olana. Be inspired by Reynolda’s decorations and use architecture stamps and other media to create your own two-dimensional design or three-dimensional model of a home. 

April 8 * (Moved because of Easter) — En Plein Air Drawing Workshop

In this workshop, you will traverse the Reynolda landscape and make a sketch in pencil, then a study in watercolor en plein air, (outside). Frederic Church made similar sketches and studies during his journeys. Register for April 8.

May 6 — Wacky Weaving Workshop
Take inspiration from the woven and printed paper creations by Alan Shields in our Off the Wall exhibition to create your own woven artwork. Then, embellish it by stamping, stitching, and more! Register for May 6.