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Past Art Crawl Messy Artmaking program

Art Crawl: Messy Art Making Part 1 – Clay Time!

Wed, Jun 21, 2023 10:30 - 11:15 AM MDT

Venue : Clyfford Still Museum

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Category: Family Programs,

The Clyfford Still Museum is a great place for you and your baby to experience art and find community with other families with infants. A Museum educator will lead caregivers with infants (newborns through 14 months) in a crawl through the galleries. Share the experience of art with your baby and socialize with other caregivers. The June theme is “Messy Art Making Part 1 – Clay Time!”

We will be getting out the clay and getting messy outside! We will spend the first half of the program in the galleries exploring textures, followed by time outdoors under our cantilever for clay time! We will provide t-shirt smocks for your baby, but please dress to make a mess.

A front-facing carrier is recommended, but not required, for this program. Art Crawl is included with Museum admission and is free for CSM members. Children 17 and under are always free. Registration is required and space is limited. Registration will open soon.

Admission: Free for CSM members, $10 adults, $8 seniors (65+), $6 teachers/college students/military, $1 Museums for All/Explorer Pass (with valid EBT card), always free for children ages 17 and under.

Art Crawl is funded in part by:

PNC Grow Up Great program logo

“I am grateful to have an opportunity to engage with Winnie one-on-one in such a beautiful way. She doesn’t get a lot of solo time with me since she has a three-year-old sister. I want to take advantage of one-on-one time with her whenever I can, and the Art Crawl was a lovely way to spend time together. It was so fun watching her observe and enjoy CSM and learning more from the fantastic team.” – Caitlin, Art Crawl participant

If you’re looking for CSM programs for your toddlers or older children, check out our upcoming family programs!

Be an Art Protector! If you are visiting with children, watch the bilingual Art Protector video and learn how to keep the art safe for everyone to enjoy.