Art After School
Art After School is a multi-visit
after school program available
to all fourth-grade students
in selected schools. Students
come to AMSET for a series
of intensive art experiences.
The students tour exhibits,
become familiar with museum
environments and create hands-on
art activities. A highly successful
program at AMSET, Art After
School offers an enriching art
opportunity unlike most
participants have experienced.
Learn more about
Art After School here.
Art-To-Go is AMSET’s primary
outreach program. This mobile
program brings art education and
hands-on art experience into
classrooms, libraries, senior
centers and neighborhood
centers across our region.
We think of Art-To-Go
as our “seeding program,”
sowing the seeds of art
education and appreciation as
broadly as possible.
Art-To-Go takes AMSET
on the road!
To schedule Art-To-Go for your
organization, call (409) 832-3432
or fill out the online form here.
Click here to view pictures from
Summer ArtVentures 2014!!!
ArtVentures Creative Kids’ Camp
is a great way to spend a summer.
The week-long, half-day workshops
offer fun gallery tours and age-
appropriate art activities. Children
choose from many class options
for quality, intensive art education
experiences. All courses are taught
by professional artists, and the
participants work closely with those
respected area artists in a
variety of media.
It’s about learning and fun!
Family Arts Day
Planned quarterly at the museum,
Family Arts Days are major events
and are held in conjunction with
four major exhibitions each year.
These mini-festivals combine exp-
loration of the artwork on display,
hands-on activities for children and
their families, face-painting, free re-
freshments for all and family-
oriented entertainment. The best part:
admission and all activities are FREE!!!
Click here for details on
the next Family Arts Day.
C-Space Computer Lab
C-Space houses iPads loaded with
child-friendly art education and
simulated art-making applications.
The service is free of charge, and
is offered during regular AMSET hours.
AMSET welcomes preschool children
in the Headstart program during
the school year with tours
and presentations by specially
trained, high-energy museum
guides. AMSET loves to give all
children a head start in art.
Odom Junior Docents
From October through May,
eighth-grade students from
Odom Academy in Beaumont,
Texas visit AMSET monthly
and gain valuable museum guide
experience along the way. The
program culminates when the
students are declared Junior Docents
and guide their fellow sixth-grade
students through AMSET’s exhibitions.
Each May, AMSET exhibits artwork
created by the Junior Docents.
Learn more about OJDs here.
Protégé 2016 1st Place winner
of Monsignor Kelly Catholic High School
Protégé High School Art
Competition and Exhibition
is a 30-year-old program
organized annually to promote
and inspire 12th-grade artists
in our region. AMSET believes it is
important that young artists
have an early opportunity to
enter art competitions and to
learn museum and gallery
AMSET offers tours to groups
of nearly any size, free of charge.
Reservations are required so
that the education department
can gear each tour to the age
and/or educational level of your group.
Hands-on art activities are offered
to tour groups.
To schedule a tour,
please call (409) 832-3432 or
fill out the online tour request form.
Volunteers are vital to
the success of all of
Volunteers help make AMSET
education programs a success.
To volunteer for any of
the programs listed,
please e-mail the
or call (409) 832-3432.