The Children’s Art Museum at the Jepson Center is an interactive and engaging space with plenty of activities for children of all ages!
If you’re wondering what it looks like inside the new Children’s Art Museum at the Jepson Center, it’s easy to say it’s interactive and there are activities for kids of all ages to get into.
The museum takes kids through French-originated art. It starts with an impressionism art style and makes its way to a digital replica of Claude Monet’s garden.
And in the middle there are hands on activities for toddlers.
The Children’s Art Museum at the Jepson Center is an incredible new addition to the community, offering a wealth of hands-on activities for toddlers and older children alike. From interactive art stations where kids can create their own masterpieces, to engaging galleries that invite exploration, the museum provides a unique opportunity to explore and discover the world of art. The museum also offers a variety of programs and activities designed to teach children about art history, composition, and technique. With an array of inspiring and educational experiences, the Children’s Art Museum at the Jepson Center is sure to be a hit with children and parents alike.
Telfair CEO and Mayor Van Johnson agree this is a place get children and their families excited about art.
“Forward, now walk backwards.” and even inspire young artists right here in our community.
“It creates opportunities for reflection, for creative interaction, for quiet meditation even in an environment that is welcoming, friendly and interactive. The idea is to foster conversation, foster creative processes, to foster learning for people of all ages,” said Benjamin Simons, the CEO of the Telfair Museum.
The museum will be open to everyone starting this Saturday.
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