Learning and Having Fun

The Altharetta Yeargin Art Museum in Spring Branch Independent School District, provides opportunities to share the art and culture of multiple continents. We offer various activities in which children and adults learn and have fun at the same time




During a guided investigation of the museum's collection, explore the making and meaning of art from other cultures around the world.

Call 713-251-2000 or email for more information.

If your child attends a private school, their school may contact us to set up a private school tour.





Educational Programs

We offer a variety of educational programs to Spring Branch ISD elementary schools.

We arrange for all SBISD 2nd graders to travel to the museum for a field trip. The students rotate through 5 stations, all based on sculpture. While in their stations, they learn a variety of cross curricular vocabulary and complete an activity.

We visit all Kindergarten and 1st graders in SBISD for our Roadshow program. Both grade levels listen to a read aloud and then complete an art project based on the book.



Art Programs

Last Saturday At The Museum offers art lessons for the whole family, and for art lovers in general. These workshops are free to museum members, and are open to the public for $5/participant.







Our Adult Workshops are geared toward adults, and cover a variety of mediums and projects. They promote a spirit of collaboration and community. Some of our past classes have been Texas themed canvas painting, glass bottle planters, hand painted decorative signs, holiday ornaments, etc. These workshops are free to museum members, and are open to the public for $10.









Tall Tales & Art is our summer art program for children ages 4-11. The program combines story time with multiple hands-on art projects. It runs for 9 days during the summer and each day is a new story and new activities. The cost is $5 per child per session. A parent or supervising adult must accompany our young artists to the Tall Tales program. No reservations are needed.



Traveling Exhibits

We have a variety of traveling shows that are on exhibit at the museum at different times. Some of our past traveling exhibits are:

Power of Children

Cloth As Community

Young at Art: A Selection of Caldecott Book Illustrations

Walking in Antarctica

We have Small Wonders: Insects in Focus scheduled for Summer 2025! Stay tuned for more information.