Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What time do I need to drop off my young artist? Where do I drop them off?
A: Arrival and drop-off: Starting 15 minutes prior to class start time (9:15a.m. or 1:15p.m.) a staff person will be at the front of the Museum in the roundabout to sign-in all young artists. No need to park and walk inside (but of course, you are welcome to do so!).
A guardian must always sign the young artist in and out.
If you arrive late (after class start time), please park and bring your young artist all the way into the Museum to join the group in the Diamonstein Education Workshop.
Q: Does it need to be the same adult dropping off as picking up?
A: Guardian sign-in and sign-out: No. If a different adult is picking up the young artist, let the Museum staff person know the other adult’s name. They will make a note on the sign-in sheet.
Q: What should the young artist wear?
A: What to wear: Art is messy; plan to dress accordingly. Sometimes the Museum can be cold, bring a sweater if you think the young artist might get cold. We will take a break outdoors as well.
Q: What should I send with the young artist?
A: What to bring: All art materials will be provided. Bring a refillable water bottle—young artists will have access to water fountains. Bring a snack to enjoy during the break.
Q: What time do I need to pick up my young artist? Where do I pick them up?
A: Departure and pick-up: Class ends at 12:30p.m. A Museum staff person will bring all young artists out to the roundabout for pick up and sign out. No need to park and walk inside (but of course, you are welcome to do so!). A guardian must always sign the young artist in and out.
Q: Is there any kind of special celebration at the end of the week?
A: Friday Art Show: We will have an art show on the last day. Please park your car and come into the Museum to see what your young artist has been creating all week. Arrive a little early, like 12:15, to celebrate.