Stop by Salida Creativity Lab’s Children’s Pop-up Museum Saturday! View digital images of classic and modern pieces from The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Musee d Orsay, National Gallery of Art, Dallas Museum of Art, Art Institute of Chicago, Victoria and Albert Museum and more. Fine art images, mini galleries, hands on activities, multicultural books, and more to explore! Pop-in and get inspired! Best experienced with an adult. ArtWalk Saturday, June 24 from 10:00am-4:00pm. Come and go! Nursing mother’s room available.
Who? What? When? Where?
Salida Creativity Lab presents Salida Children’s Pop-Up Museum Saturday, June 24 from 10:00am- 4:00pm in the basement of the historic Twitchell Building, 101 N F St. Elevator available in alley.
Is there a fee?
No, the museum is free of charge! Thanks to the City of Salida community funding program and Salida Soup contributors, and Sellars Project Space. A donation jar will be available to help keep Salida Creativity Lab projects such as this low or no cost to the community.
Who can attend? Is it only for children?
No, everyone is welcome. Children, families, art lovers, art-curious, all are welcome.
What will the museum feature?
The pop-up museum features a digital art canvas with classic pieces from The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Musee d Orsay, National Gallery of Art, Dallas Museum of Art, Art Institute of Chicago, Victoria and Albert Museum and more. There is a multicultural book collection, art resources for parents, a mini gallery in each room featuring hands- on activities for children. Nursing mothers welcome anywhere, nursing room available too.
Ages 1 to 101! Parents encouraged to attend with children to help guide the experience. Children operating the digital canvas should have adult assistance.
How long will it take?
There are a variety of activities so it depends if you choose to do all or some of the activities. There may be a wait time at some of the activities especially the digital canvas. You choose if you want to spend 30 minutes or 3 hours! Feel free to come and go between 10:00am-4:00pm. Start, stop, and return again as you visit other galleries during ArtWalk.
Anything else helpful to know?
I think it is helpful to know that this is a temporary museum experience created with children and art lovers in mind. No giant bubble machines or indoor climbing equipment found here. It is a slow living experience full of opportunities to investigate, create, read aloud, and explore. It is best experienced with an adult, parent, mentor, etc. to help guide the experience with intention.
Restroom and water available. Nursing moms welcome anywhere, private room available too.
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