Tour: Color-Full Fun for Young Learners

Kids rule and art’s cool on this tour! 

Young Learner Tours, exclusively for children ages 3–6 and their guardians, are designed to get little bodies moving, minds thinking, hands making, and mouths talking about works of art. Participants go on an adventure through the galleries and look closely at works in the collection.

They learn about the National Museum of Women in the Arts, practice museum manners, and discover art concepts through developmentally appropriate discussions, a themed story, and hands-on activities.

During this color-focused tour, participants will:

  • Become “Color Detectives,” looking closely at artworks to discover the colors of the rainbow.
  • Discover the ways in which artists use color to represent the natural world and express emotion.
  • Learn the difference between primary and secondary colors, and between warm and cool shades.
  • Explore art materials and practice color mixing to create their own artwork.

Note: One adult chaperone per three young learners is required.

RESERVATIONS:
Required. Must register by Friday, January 12. Free.

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National Museum of Women in the Arts