These free programs are created especially for local students and their families, and designed in conjunction with exhibition programming. The AMAM is committed to providing quality programming to
increase student exposure to all aspects of the visual arts.
Community Day (NEOEA Day)
Friday, October 18, from 11am until 3pm
Four area organizations have teamed up to offer activities and workshops to area students when Oberlin City Schools are off for NEOEA Day (Northeast Ohio Educators Association), Friday, October 18. Parents looking for something to do can bring your young learners out, where a variety of activities and cultural events await. Most activities are geared towards primary school-aged children. Adult chaperones are required at all locations. All activities are free, and open to the public.
Participating organizations include the Allen Memorial Art Museum, Firelands Association for the Visual Arts (FAVA), Oberlin Heritage Center, the Oberlin Public Library, and America Reads.
FAVA / AMAM Teen Workshop
The FAVA/AMAM Teen Workshop series is taking a break this semester to recharge and rethink our offerings. But, don’t worry! We will return again in the spring!