- Explore + View
- Learn + Teach
- Get Involved
- Belong + Give
Family guides are available in the museum and on-line for you to use. These guides create an engaging experience of our exhibitions, keeping your child’s interest while supporting conversations about how art objects are made or about the people who made them. Download a current Gallery Guide now by clicking the images in the column to the right.
We invite you to make your first stop the Bishop Study Center--to explore, plan and discover a variety of ways to experience art. You will find multimedia resources, a hands-on collection and activities you can take into the galleries. The knowledgeable and friendly staff is available to answer questions or suggest various resources to enhance your family's museum experience. For more information contact Paige Willis, Bishop Study Center Assistant at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Adults can also join our Educator Resource Program to check out curriculum units, children’s books, teaching resources and art games to enhance teaching and learning experiences in your classroom, home or community. Stop by to fill out a borrower’s application and get started!
Family Days take place five times a year and revolve around designated exhibitions and themes. These events are typically for ages 5 to 11 but all are welcome. A Family Day begins with a family-friendly tour of art in our galleries and then proceeds to our classroom space for an art activity relating to the tour. A donation is requested for those participating in the art activity: $5 per family or $2 per child. To learn about our next Family Day, visit the Family Programs section of our website.
Children ages 2 – 5 and their families tour the Harn, exploring color, shape, pattern and other “tot” interests, then participate in hands-on art projects. Space is limited. Please arrive at least 15 minutes prior to start time to register (we no longer take advance registration). To learn about upcoming themes and activities, visit the Family Programs section of our website.
It refreshes my heart to see folks actively engaging an interest in Art for "small hands" by creating such a lovely atmosphere at the Harn.
More coming soon!
Kids and adults: Enjoy coloring art from the museum collection.