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Youth and Family


All families are welcome at the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts! We offer a variety of programs and activities geared specifically for kids and families. Look below to see what we have to offer.

Ongoing Programs

Earth's Heart

A weekly adventure around the globe that introduces young learners to different countries and their cultures through a make-and-take art activity.

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Homeschool Events

Calling all homeschool students and parents! We are pleased to offer exciting events and classes tailored just for you.

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Second Sundays

Join us for a vibrant mix of art and entertainment on the second Sunday of every month. Designed to engage visitors of all ages through art-making, music, and exploration.

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See Me

A monthly program designed for individuals with special needs to connect with art and express themselves through art-making.

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Tales for Tots

A monthly program for children and adult companions that helps develop early learning and fine motor skills through interactive story time and a simple make-and-take art project.

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Arts for Autism

April is Autism Awareness Month and the Museum is planning to join in the celebration by kicking off the month with Arts for Autism.

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The Art of Baking Puppet Show

The Art of Baking Puppet Show, designed children ages 3 to 6 years old, engages children as they visit a bakery run by colorful animals from different parts of the world.

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Native American Family Day

This free spring event celebrates the Poarch Band of Creek Indians and their heritage. Join us for an afternoon of art-making activities, traditional dance performances, tribal drumming, and artisan demonstrations.

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Flimp Festival

The Flimp Festival is the Museum’s annual public celebration of imagination, humor, and creativity. Meant to bring out the artist in all of us, Flimp nourishes our creative side and provides inspiration to make this world a more colorful place to live.

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Gallery Backpacks

The Gallery Backpacks, designed for elementary students and their families, include creative activities to guide young learners through the Museum. Backpacks can be checked out at the Welcome Desk (with a valid id).


Learn more about the art on view at the Museum in these FREE docent led-tours.

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ArtWorks is designed to introduce young visitors to art through experiential learning. Popular with patrons of all ages, the interactive gallery complements the Museum’s permanent collection and features exhibits by regional artists.

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Studio Classes

Studio classes are available for youth throughout the year. Classes offer instruction in a variety of art mediums, including digital media.

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