The museum offers a variety of ways to create and appreciate art. In classes taught by accomplished Alaska artists, children, teenagers and adults can explore drawing, painting, sculpture, photography and more. New classes typically begin in September, January and March. Museum members receive discounts on class fees.
The museum offers one-day and multi-day workshops that support and encourage Alaska artists by helping them hone their skills and exposing them to new perspectives. Usually, instructors are noted artists from the Lower 48. Museum members receive discounts on workshop fees.
A knowledgeable museum staff member leads and illuminates discussions on Alaska history books.
Keep your kids engaged and active at the museum’s summer camps. Whatever your child’s interest, there is a museum program to match. These weeklong day camps for children promise weeks of discovery and fun. Camps are taught by certified teachers or professional educators and are accredited by the American Camp Association, ensuring quality and safety. Click here for more information on the museum's summer camps.
Fees as indicated in schedule.
Registration for art classes continues through the first meeting of each class.
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Payment must be received prior to the first class meeting. Payment can be made by credit card, cash (if paying cash you will get a receipt) or check (payable to Anchorage Museum Association) made out to the Anchorage Museum Association.
The museum is an accredited cultural institution offering year round programs for children and adults. Its Art Classes are exempt from the Municipality of Anchorage child care and educational center code (under AMC 16.55.050B.8.) which states that the museum has a "recreational program that children are allowed to attend voluntarily in which the program assumes no responsibility for care of the children, and in which all children are of school age.