Learning and Having Fun
The Altharetta Yeargin Art Museum of the Spring Branch Independent School District provides opportunities to share the art and culture of multiple continents. We offer various activities in which kids learn and have fun at the same time.
Our First Saturday Programs offer free art lessons for the whole family, and for art lovers in general, ages 5 to 105.
Our Fall & Spring Workshops are geared toward adults, and bring you such varied speakers and topics as "How to Look at Art" or hands on learning like Zentangle or basketweaving. These workshops are free to museum members, and are open to the public for a fee.
The summer Tall Tales & Art Program, for children ages 4-11, combines a story hour with a hands-on art project. They run for 6 days in June and each day is a new story and new activity. Cost is $2 per child per session. A parent or supervising adult must accompany our young participants to the Tall Tales program. No reservations needed.
The Museum's Kiva provides a wonderful visual experience to observe films featuring cultures represented in the Museum's collection.
During a guided investigation of the Museum's collection, explore the making and meaning of art from other cultures around the world. See our EVENTS page for more information or call to schedule your group tour.
If your child attends a private school, their school may contact us to set up a private school tour.