Learning with art beyond the Museum.
Grinnell College Museum of Art encourages you to connect with works of art in our exhibitions and collection by looking, thinking, talking, writing, and making.
Art helps us process what is most difficult in life as well as connect with beauty and celebrate joy, and is a great vehicle for interdisciplinary learning and the creative exploration of self and world.
Explore this page to find activity guides, projects, and videos created to help you connect more deeply with specific artworks. You’ll find information targeted for all ages, interests, and abilities.
Please visit often for new perspectives on our collection and access GCMoA’s social media for daily opportunities to connect with and interact with art.
Grinnell College Museum of Art and Drake Community Library
Drop-In Sessions for Kids, Aug. 31–Oct. 16
As our community adjusts and responds to the fluid needs of work and family during the pandemic, many people are struggling with how to safely balance child care and working remotely from home. Grinnell College Museum and Drake Community Library want to help! Check out our pilot program to provide children with virtual arts and literacy drop-in sessions. Our volunteers (Thank you, Grinnell College students!) will connect with your kids for 30 minutes to read a story, look at art, make art, or do yoga. Here’s the schedule: See the Drake Library Kids Program schedule. Questions? Contact Tilly Woodward at 641-780-5215.