Programs for Kids @ Joslyn

We aim for kid-friendly!
Besides special programs and events, Joslyn provides children and families with tools to engage in independent art exploration and hands-on learning. When you're at the Museum, visit Art Works: A Place for Curiosity to enjoy nine hands-on activity stations with connections to art in the galleries, or stop by the Scott EdTech Gallery to pick-up a printed gallery guide, check-out an Art Pack, explore art using an iPad, and more!

Click here for a printable flyer of kids and family programs at Joslyn Art Museum.

Para obtener un folleto imprimible de los niños y los programas para la familia en el Museo de Arte Joslyn, haga click aqui.


Stroller Tours

Joslyn offers docent-guided tours designed for moms, dads, and caregivers to look at and talk about art with other adults, while being mindful of young ones in arms and strollers. Gather in Joslyn's ConAgra Foods Atrium on Wednesdays at 9:30 am for complimentary pastries and refreshments. Then head to the galleries for 10 am tours that will keep you up-to-date on Joslyn's permanent collection and exciting special exhibitions. Tandem strollers and crying babies welcome!

Click here to register.       Free for Joslyn members and infants/toddlers, $5 general public adults (payable at the door). * Bijoux Parisiens $10 general public adults. Space is limited; reservations are requested. Questions? Call (402) 661-3860 or email Joslyn's Youth and Family Programs Manager.

Breakfast pastries donated by J. Skinner Modern Artisan Baking.


Just for Scouts

Joslyn offers a variety of workshops for Girl Scouts (Brownies & Juniors). Offered on Sundays throughout the year.

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Family Scavenger Hunts

Stop by the EdTech Gallery to pick up a scavenger hunt, then let the gallery adventure begin! Try Summertime and others. Click here for details.

Do you have kids who snicker at art with nudes and you don't know what to say? Try Undressing the Nudes for a brief exploration of the nude in art and an explanation of why the figure is an important symbolic and technical tool for artists.



Have questions? Call (402) 661-3860 or e-mail Joslyn's Youth and Family Programs Manager.