Programs created for adults.
You’re never too old to learn new ways to create art. So don’t miss the myriad of adult programs to get your hands dirty, and personally connect with American art.
These fun and interactive studio experiences for adults are offered one Wednesday evening a month, from 6:00–8:00pm. Each Pop-Up Studio provides a unique artist-led activity and a chance to learn more about the creative process. It’s your opportunity to meet local and regional artists who often work in non-traditional materials.
No previous art experience is necessary, just bring your inquisitiveness and sense of adventure. Light bites, beer and wine are served. Cost: $15 members; $20 non-members
Upcoming Pop-Up Studios are posted on our Events page.
MUSEUM MUTINY TOURS
This tour program is designed with the reluctant art museum-goer in mind as well as those who want to experience the Museum in a whole new way. These tours are immersive, a bit subversive and a whole lot of fun! Engage in new ways with games, challenges, music, dance, theatre, story-telling and more. Each tour has a different theme. Come prepared for an adventure and bring your cell phone. Contact Joan McGarry, Director of Education & Visitor Engagement at 724.837.1500 x119 or email@example.com.
Cost: $15 for Museum members, $20 for non-members
available upon request; limited to groups of 12 or less
Saturdays at 1pm
Join local and visiting scholars for lectures and gallery talks that explore the rich diversity of American art.
Wednesdays at 6pm
Get up close and personal with The Westmoreland’s ever expanding collection of American art with lectures and gallery talks by the museum’s staff and other experts in American art.
Upcoming Art Talks are posted on our Events page.
YOGA AT THE MUSEUM
Yoga is back at The Westmoreland! Yoga will start back up on Monday, September 9th! On Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings from 8:30-9:30am, certified instructor Sandra Saldanha will lead a “Basic Yoga” class (for everyone from beginners to advanced) in the Paul & Carol Evanson Community Room.
Drop-ins are welcome. Be sure to bring your own mat and water bottle. First timers, please come ten minutes early to register.
Find out more about the instructor Sandra Saldanha and Yoga at the Museum!