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A mother and her young daughter work on an art project together on the High's terrace.
Tickets

Event Details

 Every Thursday
10:00 am –3:00 pm

Price

Members: Free
Not-Yet-Members: Free with Museum Admission

Location

High Museum of Art
Greene Family Education Center

Event Description

Designed for children ages fifteen months through three years and their caregivers, Toddler Thursdays engage children’s creativity and explore monthly topics with related artwork and self-guided tours, as well as new art-making activities to drop in for each week.

Explore, learn, and create every Thursday!

Times

There are two time slots each Thursday:
10 a.m. – 12 noon
1 p.m. – 3 p.m.

When you register online, please select the time slot you would like to attend and purchase tickets (children ages 5 and under are free, but we still ask for a headcount). This helps us prepare for your visit and ensure your safety based upon CDC guidelines.

Your ticket includes access to the Museum galleries.

Themes

March: Tree of Life
April: Elephant Headdress
May: Geometric Shapes

 


Toddler Thursday art activity sheet.

Previous Toddler Thursday Activities

Create an art project using any art supplies you have on hand. Art projects are designed for our smallest artists to explore materials, think creatively, and make a masterpiece!

We’d love to see what you create! Share your photos on Instagram with #HighMuseumatHome.

Credit

Family Fun at the Woodruff Arts Center is sponsored by the Lettie Pate Evans Foundation, which is part of the family of foundations that also includes the Robert W. Woodruff Foundation. The Lettie Pate Evans Foundation is an independent private foundation that invests primarily in education, arts, and culture.