Family Fun Day: All About Style!

  • Sunday, August 13
  • 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM MT
  • Santa Fe, NM

Join us to celebrate expression through personal style!

What does it mean to have personal style? “Style” is the specific way a person expresses themselves – it can be applied to clothing, writing, and even art! Personal style does not always mean following popular trends. Instead, it can be about staying true to yourself and what you like!  Georgia O’Keeffe incorporated her personal style not just in her paintings, but also in the clothes she wore and in the way she decorated her home. Join us on the second Sunday in August to explore your own personal style!  Through a variety of hands-on artmaking, creative activities, and story time, families can share with each other the colors, shapes, and designs they feel directly connects to who they are and how they present themselves to the world around them. Families can also enjoy a look into Georgia O’Keeffe’s own personal style through free admission into our newest exhibition, Georgia O’Keeffe: Making A Life!  

Family Fun Day is a free event for all who attend. Participating families will receive a pass for free admission into the Museum! Please visit us first in the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum Education Annex (located at 123 Grant Ave) when you arrive to receive your day pass, campus map, and schedule of activities for the day.

The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum is proud to introduce Family Fun Day! Occurring on the second Sunday of every month, this event aims to bring the community together through hands-on artmaking and storytelling, as well as encouraging kids and families to take a new approach in looking at and interacting with art. Family Fun Day is offered in partnership with the Santa Fe Children’s Museum and Santa Fe Public Libraries. 

Santa Fe Children’s Museum
1050 Old Pecos Trail
santafechildrensmuseum.org
505-989-8359
Logo of the Santa Fe Public Library
Santa Fe Public Library
[email protected]
santafelibrary.org
Please be advised that this event may involve crowds, loud noises, or lighting effects that may be uncomfortable for people experiencing sensory sensitivities.

Upcoming Events

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Event Classes

In-Person Class: Printmaking the Natural World

In Person

Saturday, May 25

10:00am

Delicate watercolor of pink and indigo primula flowers clustered together above green leaves from which the flowers' thin stalks rise. A hint of blue bleeds out from around the leaves onto the white page.

Event Classes

Online Class: Botanical Watercolors

Online

Tuesday, May 28

3:00pm

A horseshoe stands upright on the left side of the work with its open end facing upward. A feather lies behind the horseshoe and along the surface upon which both objects rest. The surface reflects a bit of the feather on the left end.

Event Classes

Online Class: Still Life in Gouache

Online

Wednesday, May 29

6:00pm