Interactive Kids' Exhibit open each summer

What is Artzeum?

Artzeum is a FREE annual interactive children’s arts exhibit happening each summer.

It includes multiple interconnected activity stations where kids can learn about the arts through play.

Each year our staff selects a new theme, allowing us to create new experiences for participants.

The exhibit is designed for ages 6 - 12 but is suitable for older children, or younger children with one-on-one adult assistance.

This year's theme

June 8 - August 3, 2024

In 2024 "It's All About The Fish!" Our annual summer exhibit will feature multiple interactive art activity centers.

Partners include:

American Museum of Natural History, providing over 45 large-format drawings of aquatic life from their rare books collection

Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, providing 4 fish tanks with live native Texas fish

Dallas Jesuit Museum, providing artwork from internationally recognized artists

Artzeum Special Events

These events are happening during Artzeum (please click for details)

 

Group Reservations

Group reservations can be made for Tuesdays or Thursdays, either 10:30-11:30 AM or 1:30-2:30 PM.  Group capacity is 20 children.  Groups should provide 1 adult chaperone per 4 children attending.  Please contact programming@artscouncilwf.org or 940-767-2787 ext 202 for reservation details.


Artzeum is a component of both our galleries and education programming. It is open free of charge to all visitors. Our goal is to continue partnership with several local arts and children’s organizations, helping to bring a wider audience to the exhibit. 

Artzeum is designed from the ground-up each year to fit the annual theme. This primarily includes staff-designed components, as well as elements provided by other organizations. Each activity station is carefully composed to provide experience with different types of arts and arts thought-processes. This includes poetry and writing, visual art, and music, as well as engaging children through story-telling, reading, and movement.

This free community exhibit is funded solely through donation and sponsorship.

 

For more information please contact:
Kristine Thueson
Arts & Education Programming
(940) 767-2787 ex 202
programming@artscouncilwf.org