Art for All is a fun and educational real and virtual space for audiences of all ages to discover and learn about artwork in the Cantor Arts Center and the Anderson Collection through hands-on art-making activities.
Our newly reimagined Art for All program embraces the vision of Family Programs by providing accessible, inclusive, fun, and educational in-person and virtual resources for families and visitors of all ages to meaningfully engage with art at the Stanford art museums.
Join us in-person or virtually to discover and learn about artwork in the Cantor Arts Center and the Anderson Collection through hands-on art-making activities!
Twice-yearly in-person Family Days bring families, and children of all ages together for a free event with art-making and performances inspired by artwork at the Stanford art museums.
Family Day is made possible through the generous support of the Hohbach Family Fund
Family-friendly bite-sized videos open up additional online opportunities for families to experience art together and help children, their caregivers, and all museum visitors to make connections between art and things familiar to them in their everyday lives.
Support for Art for All videos is provided by the Koret Foundation
Pick up or print-out at home, one of our engaging Family Guides and explore the galleries with fascinating friends.
Support for Family Guides is provided by the Koret Foundation
In addition to these new initiatives, we continue to make available our 2020 and 2021 virtual programming, Second Sunday from Home.
Second Sunday from Home
Art making activities and art stories from our 2020 and 2021 experiments in virtual family programming.
Second Sunday was made possible through the generous support of the Hohbach Family Fund