How Did They Do That?—Pigment
Mar 11 @ 1:00 pm– 4:00 pm
Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly
Peek at technique and learn—through handling tools and materials—how works of art were created. Join gallery demonstrations that reveal the intersection of art and science. Demonstrations repeat every 30 min. For visitors of all ages.
Presented in conjunction with the exhibition Chroma: Ancient Sculpture in Color.
Nick Cave: Forothermore
Explore the career of Nick Cave, internationally celebrated for his elaborate installations and textile works, including his iconic Soundsuits, which blend sculpture, costume design, and instrument-making. See sculpture, installation, video, and rarely seen early works. The title is a neologism, a new word that reflects the artist’s lifelong commitment to creating space for those who…More info
Start with Art/Art Trek
Fabulous museum educators engage children in conversations and activities related to a few works in the vast collection. Share ideas and enjoy stories, sketching, singing, and other gallery activities that bring works of art to life. This month’s theme is S.T.E.A.M. (science, technology, engineering, art, and math).
Art Trek is recommended for families with children ages…More info
Guggenheim for All Family Open House
In this drop-in program designed for children with autism and sensory sensitivities and their families, explore works from Nick Cave: Forothermore in sensory-friendly experiences in the galleries and create your own art in the studio.
12 to 1 pm is reserved for Guggenheim for All families (free admission with registration), and 1 to…More info
The Royal Egg Decoration at Let’s Dress Up
Dress up in an assortment of costume sand accessories, decorate Easter eggs and join an Easter themed tea party. Each child will leave with dyed eggs in a small basket.
Also at 1:30 pm on the UES. Recommended for ages 3-7, drop off,More info