Enjoy the museum as a family and enrich your children’s lives through art. The Kemper Art Museum is always free and open to visitors of all ages. Learn more about our hours, parking, and amenities, and consider a guided tour for your community group or friends and family.
Join us for one of our gallery talks, lectures, concerts, or film screenings connected to the current exhibitions and the permanent collection. Subscribe to the Museum's eNews or follow us on Facebook and Twitter to receive updates about all upcoming programs and events.
We offer several Community Days throughout the year that feature music, snacks, interactive art activities, gallery talks, and much more for kids and adults.
The next Community Day is planned for Saturday, March 21, 2015, from 11a-3p. In partnership with the Kathryn M. Buder Center for American Indian Studies at Washington University’s George Warren Brown School of Social Work, this Community Day will be a daylong celebration of Native American culture. Featuring round dance and lacrosse game demonstrations, traditional art and craft displays, and storytelling, as well and hands-on art making activities.
This program is funded in part by Women and the Kemper and a grant from
the Women’s Society of Washington University.
Explore the Kemper Art Museum's permanent collection using this scavenger hunt designed especially for kids and their families.
Download our Family Guide for more fun activities to try in the Museum.
Visit the Kemper Art Museum's Flickr page to see photos from past Kemper Community Days and other Museum programs