Together from afar!
Even though the doors to AMoA are temporarily closed, the educators at the museum are dedicated to providing our members and visitors with ways to continue to connect with the exhibitions on display and each other.
Click here to see virtual tours of Childhood Classics: 100 Years of Children's Book Illustration Exhibition, by Megan Valentine.
More videos and tours are being added regularly.
Please enjoy the variety of videos including art activities, story time and small art projects that can help relax the mind and inspire creativity.
Charlotte's Web Book Club, with Cindy Blair
- AMoA Charlotte’s Web Book Club, Week 1
- AMoA Charlotte's Web Book Club, Week 2
- AMoA Charlotte's Web Book Club, Week 3
- AMoA Charlotte's Web Book Club, Week 4
- AMoA Charlotte's Web Book Club, Week 5
- AMoA Charlotte's Web Book Club, Week 6
- AMoA Charlotte's Web Book Club, Week 7
- AMoA Charlotte's Web Book Club, Week 8
- AMoA Charlotte's Web Book Club, Week 9
- Toilet Paper Roll Sun Catchers
- Toilet Paper Roll Box Luminary
- Sketchbooks from Scratch
- In an Abstract Mood, Inspired by the Work of Margaret Evangeline
- Junk Drawer Throwdown: Show Us Your Drawers!
- Pretty Much Anything Printmaking
- Boxed In Art
- Cenla Artists Under Lockdown
- All Together Assemblage
- Art From Louisiana's No Man's Land
Art Therapy Thursdays
- Untangling with Zentangles
- Mindful Doodles
- Mindfulness and the Pottery Wheel
- 3-D Therapy with Clay
- Keep Your Eye on Nature
- Nature Gestures
- 3-D Therapy with Nature Mandalas
- Circling Up
- Drawing Your Intentions
- Meditations on the Sounds of Kisatchie and Land Art
- Story Time and Art Lesson: Build a Robot Friend
- Dr. Seuss Story Time
- Story Time and Art Lesson: I Want to Paint My Bathroom Blue
- Exploring Line in Ndebele art with My Painted House My Friendly Chicken and Me
- Form with Creaky Old House
- The Art Element Hunt with Knuffle Bunny by Mo Willems
- Finding Monster Shapes with Jeremy Draws a Monster
- An Art Pep Talk with The Dot by Peter H Reynolds
- Color Harmonies with The Day the Crayons Quit by Drew Daywalt
- VALUEable lessons with Black Cat, White Cat by Silvia Borando
Check back for updates and more videos!
There are different ways to support AMoA's recovery efforts:
Children of all ages will enjoy our Family Classes, where parents/grandparents and children create art together while learning about the Museum’s current exhibitions.
Professional artists and art educators guide and encourage young artists through thematic week-long classes during the summer break. Students tour exhibitions, learn to appreciate various art forms, and become inspired through hands-on sessions. All art activities are challenging but age-appropriate and are sure to ensure a great summer art experience for your children.
Youth Art Month is an annual observance each March to emphasize the value of art and art education for all children and to encourage public support for quality school art programs. YAM provides a forum for acknowledging skills that are not possible in other subjects.