Find helpful hints, fun ideas, and museum rules in this handy guide. View/Print your copy below, or pick one up at either museum location. See more info on Mint Museum Randolph and Mint Museum Uptown.
(Mint Museum Uptown) Kids of all ages can play, explore and learn about the museum collection in the Lewis Family Gallery. This hands-on space provides a creative environment for creating art, engaging in building and puzzle challenges, posing for pictures, creating a giant doodle, and stepping into a Romare Bearden collage! Open during regular museum hours.
(Mint Museum Uptown) Investigate the museum galleries with an ARTventure postcard. ARTventures take you on a self-guided visit exploring a variety of fun themes! Pick up a copy at the "Mint for Families" station outside the Lewis Family Gallery, or view/print one below!
(Mint Museum Uptown) Activate your experience in the galleries by using drawing, writing, and hands-on games designed for kids to make connections to the art!
At Mint Museum Uptown, check out ART Packs from the Front Desk and go on an in-depth exploration of a selected artwork in the galleries. Several themes are available. Designed for children 5+ and their adults to use together.
The museum’s educators have developed this evolving program based on ideas and suggestions from local teens.
The program launches in early 2015, with a rich menu of workshops, labs, events, and museum experiences. Teen participants explore, play, and experiment within a creative community of their peers and practicing artist role models.
Our Design Lab provides half-day project workshops for participants to interact with visiting designers and artists in a skill-intensive setting. With the Creative Lives Series, teens meet with visionary artists and have the opportunity to discuss new developments in the art world and possible career paths. Additionally, teens discover the museum with a Mint Teen Pass that provides easy, free access to the galleries at both Mint locations.
NexGen Mint empowers teens ages 14 to 18 to create and cultivate artistic experiences in response to The Mint Museum’s engaging collection and exciting special exhibitions. The program responds to focus group teens’ expressed desire to be part of the museum and learn more about art, careers, and the creative process from inspiring artists. In its pilot year, teens provide feedback to help create this new “third space” for themselves and their peers.
These programs are designed for high school participants ages 14 to 18.
Mint Summer Art Camps allow kids age 3-18 to explore a specific media or topic through fun and creative experiences in an inspiring environment. Professional artist/teachers facilitate age-appropriate art activities in the classrooms and museum galleries. Join us for half-day or full-day art camps and enjoy small class sizes, high-quality art materials and instruction, and a beautiful atmosphere!
One Sunday a month is family-time at Mint Museum Uptown! Families can participate in craft projects, family tours, movement activities, artist demonstrations, and more!