All posts tagged: families

At the Museum: Kids Summer Guide 2015

July 17, 2015 Morning and Happy Friday at last! We’re continuing on with Kids Summer Guide for At the Museum. Here are three museums that are bringing kids and families for some Summer creative fun……   HIGH MUSEUM OF ART from website: Greene Family Learning Gallery Open during regular Museum hours Discovery Packs Family Guides Toddler Thursdays Thursdays from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. / Toddler Thursday is FREE with Museum admission. Daily HIGHlights Tours All tours are FREE with Museum admission; no reservations are required. WEEKEND FAMILY PROGRAMS Family Fundays (EVERY Sunday) Every Sunday from 1 to 4 p.m. Second Sunday Fundays (EVERY month) Second Sundays from 1 to 4 p.m. Weekend Family Tours Saturdays & Sundays at 2 p.m. FREE with Museum admission and free to members; no registration required. There are Special Programs, Highly Hands-On Blog, and Family Memberships Just go to the High Museum website: http://www.high.org to find out more! High Museum of Art / 1280 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta, GA 30309 /  (404) 733-4400 NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART from the website: About the NGAkids …

AT THE MUSEUM SUMMER 2014: THE SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION

June 6, 2014 Hey everybody! First Friday for the month is here. During the months of June, July, and August, Esquisses is exploring what these museums are offering for kids, adults, and families this summer. We’re heading off to the Smithsonian….. The Smithsonian Institution includes 19 museums and galleries.  The Smithonian was founded on August 10, 1849 by Joseph Henry, James Smithson, Joel Roberts Poinsett.  You just can’t explore it all in one day! So what does the Smithsonian have for the kids? Try Everything Art. This page is where you kids can have fun and create cool stuff like…. Eyeing America: where you can take a virtual tour w/artist Robert Cottingham. George Catlin: where you can sit and listen to campfire stories in a virtual classroom. Get a close look and understand what’s behind African Masks at the Museum of African Art. Games & Activities such as: A Puerto Rican Carnival: experience the flavor of a Puerto Rican carnival and make a mask of your very own design. George Washington Portrait: Gather the clues …