Learn @Sugar Hill
Sugar Hill Children's Museum of Art & Storytelling draws on the power of art and storytelling to nurture the imaginations of young children, helping to develop language, literacy and problem-solving skills. Our programs are specifically designed for 3 to 8 year olds—a time when children are most open to exploring the world, and their place in it, through the arts, and can benefit immeasurably from these experiences.
Influenced by the Reggio Emilia approach, pedagogy at the museum is rooted in community, self-guided discovery, creative expression and the learning that naturally occurs through play and exploration. We are also driven by the growing research that draws a clear correlation between early exposure of children to the arts and increased long-term critical thinking, communication, and social skills. We believe in creating environments that are inclusive, accessible, and carefully crafted to suit the needs of all children.
The Museum's offers a special school partnership program that includes artist visits with students in their classrooms, and school trips to the Museum to view our exhibits and participate in interactive learning experiences.
For more information on the Museum's Education programs, please contact Jennifer Ifil-Ryan at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our school tours program strives to deliver an experience that is rooted in the principles of Reggio Emilia while maintaining the traditional museum practice of Visual Thinking Strategies.
The Sugar Hill Children's Museum offers guided and self-guided visits to adults, families, and children of our most recent art exhibitions, including hands-on workshops.
During the year we offer day-long camp experiences during the Summer. Campers explore the medium of light through various art exploration activities, both individually and collectively.