Come and celebrate creativity! There will be an array of art activities for all ages in the Museum and in Heckscher Park. Visit each of our partner's stations for fun and creative experiences. A variety of art materials will be on hand or bring your own to capture the excitement of the day!
|2019 Cultural Partners|
Art League of Long Island · Huntington Art Center · Huntington Arts Council · Huntington Center for the Performing Arts · Huntington Fine Arts · Huntington Public Library · Northport Historical Society · Vanderbilt Museum · Walt Whitman Birthplace Association · The Whaling Museum & Education Center of Cold Spring Harbor
- Create a Mark-making Mural with artist Krista Biedenbach
- Live Music on the terrace by Dead Ahead
- Watercolor painting by Heckscher Pond
- Sketch from a Live Model
- Docent Tours throughout the Museum
- Board Games with Main Street Board Game Cafe
- Make a "POETree" drawing with exhibiting artist Barbara Roux
- Long Island Art Educators Artwork & Activities
- Digital Action Painting on 55" digital touchscreens
- Face painting, Huey bean bag toss, & more!
Too cold outside? Each winter, the Museum opens its doors to visitors of all ages for this free annual winter festival. Join us in 2020 for an array of art activities. More information coming soon!
Every Fall and Spring, the Museum is proud to participate in this collaboration with a number of local cultural arts institutions in the Village of Huntington. Enjoy free admission, hands-on activities for all ages, and refreshments. Explore the artwork on view and meet local artists in the galleries!
Fall 2019 Art Walk Participants
b.j. spoke gallery – 299 Main Street
Clay Vista at the Conklin Barn - 2 High Street
fotofoto gallery and Moon rose– 14 W. Carver Street
Huntington Art Center – 11 Wall Street
Huntington Arts Council – 213 Main Street
Huntington Historical Society - 209 Main Street
Huntington Public Library - 338 Main Street
Digho and Len Marks Photography - 376 New York Avenue
Spotlight at the Paramount - 370 New York Avenue
Main Street Board Game Cafe - 307 Main Street
The Heckscher Museum of Art – 2 Prime Avenue