Photo by Mel Taing.
During school vacation, visit the museum with kids in tow and explore exhibitions Deana Lawson, Renée Green, The Worlds We Make: Selections from the ICA Collection, Raúl de Nieves: The Treasure House of Memory, and 2021 James and Audrey Foster Prize. With your museum admission, pick up a free art kit at the end of your visit and make art at home! (Art kits are distributed on a first come, first serve basis. A reservation of a timed ticket is required but does not guarantee an art kit).
Timed tickets are required, and advance reservation is strongly recommended. Purchase tickets today.
Please note there are no virtual or in-person workshops for this event, and the Bank of America Art Lab is currently closed.
Free Take-Home Art Kits
Take-home art kits will be available on-site at the ICA (quantities are limited). Kits will include artist-designed activities with a variety of art materials to create with at home.
Deana Lawson Family Resource Guide
Interested in the newly opened Deana Lawson exhibition, but don’t know where to start? Use our Family Resource Guide and dive into family-focused discussions, scavenger hunts in the galleries, art activities to do at home, and a recommended book list. Download the guide
Dive into more art-making with materials from around the house with artist-designed Art Lab at Home activities:
Use food scraps and upcycle fabrics in Eco-dyeing with Merill Comeau
Use tupperware or baking pans to make temporary Frozen Sculptures with Visitor Assistant Alice Matthews
Gather yarn and sticks to create Woven Wonders with Brooke Scibelli, Family and Art Lab Programs Coordinator
Recyclables are all you need to Make Your Own Drum with Maria Finkelmeier
Cut up a cereal box to make Stencil Designs with Flolynda Jean, Education Assistant, Studio Programs
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Your support helps keeps programs like this – both virtual and in-person – free and accessible in this time of uncertainty. If you are able, please consider becoming a member or making a one-time gift to support the ICA.
ICA Kids and Family programs are supported, in part, by Vivien and Alan Hassenfeld, the Hassenfeld Family Foundation, the Willow Tree Fund, and Raymond T. & Ann T. Mancini Family Foundation. ICA Art Kits are made possible, in part, by the Richard K. Lubin Family Foundation.