Serving the old pueblo for over 90 years, the Tucson Museum of Art is one of a kind in the community. While the museum is known for its art collections, it's also an awesome opportunity for children and families to create artwork.
Every second Sunday of the month, families can enjoy Sundaze, a free family program featuring gallery activities and hands-on projects. Morgan Wells, Curator of Education at the museum says Sundaze is a great way for families to get involved and work together on artwork.
Tucson Museum of Art also offers its summer camp for ages 5-13. With half-day and full-day sessions available, children can express their creativity through art classes and learn history at the galleries. Additionally, kids can bring their works of art home for the family to enjoy. Wells says, "They do painting to sketching to clay. Sometimes even photography is involved. So, they have lots of options and a lot of experimenting that happens."
Register your kids for summer camp here.
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