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AMA Programs

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Learn how to hang art in your home like a professional museum curator.
Learn from Sugar Mama’s Bakery how to decorate some spookilicious Halloween cookies.
Learn wet-on-wet painting techniques from artist Ashley Cecil and learn about waterways from Flint Riverkeeper.
The AMA Teen Art Board works to reach fellow teens through art..
Courageous Conversations About Race is a program series that explores racial relationships in the community and nation.
For AMA members: Free tours of the Bo Bartlett Center and Do Good Fund.
Spring Break Art Camp April 1-5, 2024 When spring break arrives, if you can’t make it to the beach, the Albany Museum of Art
The professional development day for art educators is Oct 11, 2023.
High school and college students compete for cash prizes in our annual essay contest.
Enjoy an evening of good art, good books, good wine, and good company.
While students are out for the holidays, they can be creative and engaged at the AMA.
Teens can gather and create art monthly in the AMA Classroom with free art materials provided.
The middle and high school club meets Monday afternoons. The elementary school club meets Tuesday afternoons.
Art, story time and activities are tailored to our youngest museum visitors.
Homeschool Day is a monthly STEAM education program for homeschool students.
For adults of all art skills, a relaxed evening of creating art with others.
Children and teens don’t stop needing creative outlets when school is out, which is why the AMA schedules weeklong art camps all summer.
The European Splendor Lecture Series in late 2021 was designed to bring context to the Haley Gallery exhibition European Splendors: Old Master Paintings from
In May 2020, AMA Facebook visitors chose their favorites in “The Art of Selfies.”
At the onset of the COVID pandemic, the AMA challenged people sheltering at home to recreate masterpieces for “Life Imitating Art.”