All on-site events are indefinitely postponed due to precautions regarding the spread of COVID-19.
We apologize for the inconvenience. Please continue to check our website for updates.
DuMA ART ADVENTURES ONLINE
Focal Points in Art
Cardboard Art Projects
Grant Wood: Realistic Vs. Abstract
Textures in Nature
Using Hot Glue
Positive and Negative Space
Stress & Art
Google Autofill Question Time
A silly documentary about color
Free family programs beginning at 1 PM every second Saturday of the month!
Second Saturdays feature family-friendly and culturally-diverse performing arts, acts, and hands-on art activities that the entire family will enjoy.
Support for Second Saturdays provided by Mediacom
YOUNG @ ART
Toddlers ages 3-5, accompanied by a parent or grandparent, are invited to enjoy a merry time creating art at the Museum. Young @ Art is held the second Tuesday of every month, from 2:00 PM to 2:45 PM. Specific dates may be found in our Event Calendar.
Tuition is $3 per child (Supplies furnished.) Registration is required by 12 PM the Monday before.
Please call 563-557-1851 Monday-Friday, or email Margaret Buhr for more information or to enroll a student. Please come dressed to get messy!
Instructor: Hana Velde.
BABY & ME TOURS
Babies and their caregivers are welcome to participate in a 30-minute tour of the Museum exhibitions, focused on shapes, colors and textures. Baby and Me tours are offered every month. Specific dates may be found in our Event Calendar.
Advance registration is required. Register by calling the museum at 563-557-1851 or by emailing Margaret Buhr.
JEANNE GLAB WOODWARD FAMILY ART STUDIO
NOTICE: The Family Art Studio is currently closed to visitors due to COVID-19
The newly remodeled Jeanne Glab Woodward Family Art Studio offers an inviting space for children and their families to create art through a variety of interactive art activities, free of charge. The downstairs gallery area also hosts annual student art shows featuring selected works of art from area student artists, while the classroom is host to the Museum’s youth art classes and Summer/Spring art camp programs.