We’ve charted the wilderness…we’ve discovered the urban environment…we’ve seen the past and present possibilities on a grand scale. Now, it’s time to take a minimalist approach as we explore contemporary horizons of sculpture and architecture.
$15 General Public
Our home school workshops offer a supplemental art component to assist in meeting your child's educational needs. We typically meet on the third Friday of each month to explore a different artist, concept or type of art. We begin with a docent led gallery tour and finish each workshop inside the studio where we create artwork inspired by the overall workshop theme.
Sick and Cancellation Policy
The Hunter Museum works to provide a safe and healthy environment for all our visitors. We believe children prefer to be home in a comfortable environment when they are not feeling well. A general rule to follow is that if your child has a fever or is too sick to go to school, they are too sick to visit the Museum. If your child is ill or recuperating from an illness, we ask that you postpone your child’s participation in Hunter Museum classes until he or she is able to return to all normal activities. If your child becomes ill while in a class or camp, we will call you to pick him or her up as soon as possible.
- Once your registration for a camp or class is complete, your registration is non-refundable. Only exchanges to other camps or classes will be permissible. Exceptions to this policy include cases of extreme illness or emergency.
- Class and program dates are subject to change. The Hunter Museum reserves the right to cancel classes and programs when necessary. Under these circumstances, fees will be refunded to registered participants.