Summer Art Camps are Live!
This Summer, the Westmoreland Museum of American Art will be hosting Art Summer Camps for kids ages 5-17!
Look, learn, and laugh together as you and your family experience American art together with engaging hands-on programs.
Offered September – May once a month on Saturday mornings, the Museum’s studio art classes, for children ages 7-10, are designed to ignite creative experimentation while teaching fundamental art techniques.
Want to learn more? Contact Michael Carsone, Studio Programs Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interact with artworks in a new way with fun in-gallery activities! Sketch at one of the table top easels sprinkled throughout the galleries or create your own structure or bridge at the Jix construction station, located in McKenna Gallery, where inspiration awaits from numerous artworks featuring buildings and bridges.
When you are not able to make it to the Museum, here are some fun art activities to experience at home.
See our collection of Art Coloring Pages, featuring works of art from the permanent collections that have been transformed into mini coloring books!
Visit our Pinterest board, Art Activities at Home, and complete one of the art activities inspired by our permanent collection!
Check out our other #MuseumFromHome Art Activities listed below
Stay up to date on new activities on our blog as well.
Did your family create a masterpiece using one of our guides or kits — or even a project of your own inspired by The Westmoreland? Share it on social media using: #TheWestmorelandForFamilies