Things We Did at the Museum This Summer

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We listened to lots of stories...

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Storytime visitors heard stories connected to 24 works of art in the museum this summer.

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We had over 1800 Storytime visitors!

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Congratulations to Isabella, our Storytime Grand Prize winner! She won a copy of all 24 books read during Storytime.

We told our own stories...

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Residents from Bethesda Gardens enjoyed our Sharing the Past program on the second Thursday of each month. We have been known to sing and tell jokes too!

We were inspired by the Amon Carter’s collection to create our own art…

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Our program Crafting from the Collection program inspired creative thinkers.

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All of our family programs offered lots of chances to make art.

And to teach others to share new ideas…

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Over 700 teachers developed techniques for using art as a primary source this summer.

And to top it all off, we had a BIG PARTY!

Over 4500 of our good friends joined us for 50Fest, our 50th Anniversary Celebration.jpg

Over 4500 of our good friends joined us for 50Fest, our 50th Anniversary celebration!

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There were cakes to vote for…

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…and cake for eating…

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…and hot dogs too.

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We did some dancing...

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…we hula hooped and blew bubbles…

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We had fun looking at art…

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…and making our own art.

Brady Sloan-our tireless Public Programs Manager-makes everyone feel welcome at the Amon Carter.jpg

Brady Sloane, our tireless Public Programs Manager, made everyone feel welcome at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art.

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