The Clyfford Still Museum is always free for ages 17 and under and offers fun, educational activities, and more for families. Explore a new world and let the art move you and your entire family!
Play, create, and explore on an upcoming virtual interactive family tour designed for children ages 5-10 and their caregivers or watch a recording of one of our past virtual events. During your next visit, pick up a free Making Space to Go Kit with the activity, “The Collection My Way” in our hands-on art studio The Making Space.
Pick up a free bilingual Family Activity Book at the information desk during your visit to spark your imagination.
Think outside the frame with FREE inStill Programs for Schools
inStill Live is a free virtual program facilitated by our talented educators via video conferencing. Just like inStill at the Clyfford Still Museum, inStill Live is interactive, hands-on, and allows students to take the lead. For the health and wellbeing of our community, school experiences at the Museum will be available starting November 2021. This date is subject to change depending on local guidelines and the needs of our students and teachers.
Students in grades 4-12 will explore the theme “Art in Times of Change” starting on September 13, 2021, to consider the ways changes impact people, both today and throughout history. Through close-looking at Clyfford Still’s art, sharing interpretations and ideas, and creating art, students will also reflect on how art can be a tool to process or respond to the changes they experience in their own lives.
In 2020, we worked closely with local K-3 teachers and students to develop our first program for primary grades. Beginning on October 5, 2021, K-3 students can participate in inStill Live to explore the theme “You Are An Artist.” Young artists will explore the big question “What is an artist?” by creating their own art, exploring Clyfford Still’s art, and letting their curiosity and imaginations run free.
Education + Programs Guiding Philosophy
The CSM Education + Programs guiding philosophy was developed in collaboration with the Museum’s educators and with respect to the CSM mission and museum education standards.