- Morris Graves Museum of Art
- Programs & Education
The Morris Graves Museum of Art is the perfect place to explore the arts with your children. On this page, you can find links to our current art classes for kids, resources for fun and family-friendly art projects, family programming at the museum, and resources for visiting the museum with your kids.
If you have any questions about youth programs at the museum or exploring the arts with your kids, feel free to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call (707) 442-0278.
We offer youth art classes and camps throughout the year, both after school and during school holiday breaks.
FREE for children 17 and under, FREE for museum members, $5 for adults, $2 for students/seniors/military
On the Second Saturday of every month from 2 to 4pm, come explore the museum, be inspired by current exhibitions, and create hands-on arts projects designed specially for youth and families to make together. Art educators will welcome youth and families to the museum to interpret and appreciate the arts through hands-on learning. Find more details on specific upcoming projects here.
Saturdays and Sundays 10am-5pm (other times may be available upon request), Members: $150 Non Members: $175
Birthday Parties Include:
2-hour Youth Classroom Rental (including set-up/clean-up time)
Museum Tour with scavenger hunt
2 Hands-on Art Projects including all materials and instruction- each child will leave with two completed art projects of their own!!
Projects can be tailored to fit your child's birthday party theme. Renters are responsible for set-up/clean-up of decorations and refreshments.
Sponsored by Eureka Pediatrics and First 5 Humboldt
Each gallery kit is an interactive education bundle geared toward youth and families. Focusing on current exhibitions, the life and art of Morris Graves, and the history of Andrew Carnigie and the Carnigie Library, these kits offer educational activities and throught-provoking questions, scavenger hunts, and hands-on-projects to explore while visiting the museum.
These portable, handy kits provide in-depth experiences for a variety of ages and offer many ways to encourage the visitor with art. Gallery kits are included free with admission.
Art created in youth art camps and classes is exhibited for public viewing at the Humboldt County Office of Education, in the main hallway of the main building located at 901 Myrtle Ave, Eureka, CA 95501. Currently on display are artworks created by students who attended Winter Session of Museum Art School, January 19th-March 9th. Come see the creative and original art works of Humboldt Countys' youth !
Looking for inspiring and engaging art projects to make with your kids? Here are some of our favorite art resources for children and families.