April at the Columbus Museum of Art

Staff Writer
Columbus Parent

April at the Columbus Museum of Art brings lots of family fun. Check out these drop-in programs that don't require pre-registration and free with the price of admission:

SURGE Columbus, Teen Open Studio: Happens every Thursday from 4-8 p.m. Teens are welcome to join us for this drop-in program in a space designated just for them where they can experiment with technology and art supplies, or just hang out with friends.

OPEN STUDIO: Happens every Saturday from 1-3 p.m. Visitors of all ages are welcome to drop in to CMA's Center for Creativity Studio to explore ideas, solve creative challenges, and collaborate with friends or family. This month, check out the ways artists play in the Big Idea Gallery, and then challenge your friends and family with inventive games of your own design.

FAMILY ADVENTURES TOUR: Will happen on Sundays, April 12 and 26 at 2 p.m. Families work in teams during this docent-guided experience. You may embark on a scavenger hunt, imagine yourselves inside a painting, or discover a work of art that tells a family story.

For more information CMA and all its programs, go to www.columbusmuseum.org