This season's ongoing programs:
Fill your day with art and play through experiences in the continually changing Sculpture Park and Museum. Each biweekly session features a unique opportunity to engage with art, materials, the environment, and new friends. Ideal for families with children ages 5 and under. Free with Museum admission.
Fill your weekends with art and family through group explorations of the Museum Sculpture Park and engagements with materials and processes inspired by the themes and artists of the day. This monthly program is designed for families with children 6 and up, but all ages are welcome. Free with Museum admission.
Interactions with Artists and Experts
Engage with artists through talks, performances, demonstrations, workshops, and interactions. Curator and art world professionals offer tours and lectures that enhance exhibition experiences. Check out this season’s offerings.
Ceramic Sculpture Studio Workshops
Get your hands and minds into sculpture with resident ceramic artist Bruce Barry’s workshop series.
Process Gallery and Art ExperienCenter
Experience exhibitions from the inside out! These changing, multi-sensory spaces in the Museum support opportunities for visitors to touch, interact, and learn together.
Family Activity Kits and Gallery Interactives
Kits and clipboards are available for close exploration of Museum exhibitions and Sculpture Park themes.
Gallery Guides and Audio Tours
Available for specified exhibitions and Park installations, these text- and audio-based interpretives offer insights and information into the artistic process.
The Square: deCordova’s Meeting Place for Learning & Engagement
Located next to the deCordova Store, The Square features changing participatory exhibits and events that engage visitors to the Park and Museum who want to learn a little more about deCordova’s art, artists, environment, and educational approach to understanding art as part of our daily lives.
Upcoming seasonal programs:
Summer Teacher Institute
Play in the Park
Explore how play informs contemporary art through the creation of large-scale collaborative structures using artist-inspired materials to build site-specific constructions in response to the art and environment in the Sculpture Park. This program returns June 2013!