The Columbus Museum believes in welcoming our entire community. In order to reach new audiences, we participate in local events and partner with local organizations to bring art making and Museum awareness out into our community. You can find us events around town, leading art making at MCSD after school programs, and more.
Access for the Arts
This program combines gallery experiences with studio activities for adults with early-onset memory loss and their caregivers. Access for the Arts is a partnership with the Alzheimer’s Association.
After School Art
The Columbus Museum partners with Columbus Parks & Recreation Department to offer supplemental art activities to students in the after school programs at Hannan Elementary and Georgetown Elementary.
Designed for youth on the autism spectrum, ART-iculate is a sensory-friendly program that includes time in the galleries as well as art-making. Please note: ART-iculate occurs outside of normal Museum operating hours so registration is strongly recommended.
The Columbus Museum PALS
The Columbus Museum PALS (Pre-K Art & Literacy in Schools) is a new pilot program launching in fall 2019. PALS is designed bridge the art education gap in Georgia Pre-K classrooms at Fox Elementary and Rigdon Road Elementary through art and literacy activities.
Pop Up! Art
Find The Columbus Museum at festivals and fairs around town, making art and having fun! We love bringing art activities out into the community for family-oriented events.
Scouts at the Museum
Calling all Troop leaders! This program is for you. Scout troops will complete the required activities to earn an art or history-focused merit badge.
Connect with history and art while completing the requirements to earn your badge at The Columbus Museum! Each program has an interactive museum tour and art-making experience designed just for you.
All programs are $7 per scout and $3.50 for siblings wishing to take part. There is a minimum participation of 5 scouts. Badges are not included.
Packs must pay a $25 deposit no later than a week before the event date to reserve their space. If the event is canceled within a week of the event then the deposit becomes non–refundable.
Community Art Partners
The Columbus Museum is partnering with the Housing Authority of Columbus to bring art-focused programming to local communities. Participants will attend a six-week series of art-making classes at their housing community and take family field trips to the Museum. This program is generously funded by the grants from the Office of Crime Prevention, the Rotary Club of Columbus, and the Landrum Educational Endowment Fund.
Want More Information?
For more information or to inquire about becoming a community partner, please contact Imani Jones-Pugh at email@example.com.