The Milwaukee Art Museum Invites Families to Celebrate the Holidays Virtually During Kohl’s Family Sundays
The festive online event will feature art-making, storytelling, and a musical performance.
Milwaukee, Wis. – Nov. 17, 2020 – On Sunday, December 6, the Milwaukee Art Museum invites families to go online for a virtual-only holiday edition of the Museum’s event Kohl’s Family Sundays at Home: The Gift of Art. Beginning at 10 a.m., visitors to mam.org/family-sundays can get into the spirit of the season with activities for the whole family.
Virtual participants will be able to listen to music of the season and take a celebration-inspired tour of the Museum’s collection. Families can learn about zines (homemade publications), create a collage, and more with the Museum’s team of educators.
There is no charge to take part in Kohl’s Family Sundays at Home. Families can make an online donation to support the Museum, local artists, vendors and partners. Although Kohl’s Family Sundays: The Gift of Art is virtual this year, and in-person events have been canceled, the Milwaukee Art Museum is open for visitors, with new safety protocols in place. Timed tickets for entry can be purchased at mam.org/visit. Admission for kids 12 and under is always free, thanks to Kohl’s.
The Kohl’s Family Sundays at Home: The Gift of Art content will be available Dec. 6 to Dec. 20, 2020.
About Family Sundays
Families can experience art together at Kohl’s Family Sundays, the Museum’s special event with hands-on art-making activities, performances and more, which happens four times a year. For additional information, visit mam.org/learn/youth-family.php.
About the Milwaukee Art Museum
The Milwaukee Art Museum welcomes people from throughout the community and the world to find themselves and lose themselves in art, creativity and culture. At any one time, visitors can experience over 2,500 works on view within the Museum’s collection galleries and three ever-changing exhibition spaces; participate in engaging programming; and explore the one-of-a-kind spaces across the 24-acre lakefront campus. The iconic architecture brings together structures designed by Eero Saarinen, David Kahler and Santiago Calatrava. Famous for its moving Burke Brise Soleil, the Museum serves as a symbol for Milwaukee pride and connects the shores of Lake Michigan to the city’s bustling downtown.
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