The Museum regularly offers gallery talks, lectures, guided tours, and children's workshops to provide an introduction to collections and exhibitions, as a part of its education program
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Through the children’s workshop program, young people learn how to look at and understand art while becoming acquainted with different cultural traditions of the Americas. Various hands-on activities reinforce discussion themes and develop self-expression. Most of all children have fun in a museum.

The bilingual workshops are offered free-of-charge and are led by artist Carolina Mayorga. The program begins with a brief introduction to the exhibition on view in which children actively participate in games and discussion about what they are seeing. The children then move to the workshop area where they work on a variety of exhibition-related hands-on activities. The program generally ends with a "mini-exhibit" of art projects in which individual interpretation and meanings are shared.

For further information about children’s workshops, please call 458-6300.