If you're visiting the museum with kids and looking for fun, interactive ways to engage with art, be sure to check out In Bloom: Painting Flowers in the Age of Impressionism.
This summer, we’re inviting families to buzzzzz their way through In Bloom with a new gallery game. Inside the exhibition, visitors can step into the role of a bee by donning a pair of antennae, then follow a set of riddles or clues to seek out hidden details, explore color, and imagine what it would be like to buzz in and out of the many different painted bouquets on display.
From teeny, tiny ants to bright splashes of color, there are so many things to discover. As with all of our hands-on family activities in the museum, games are available in both English and Spanish.
In Bloom is on view at the DAM through October 11 as a ticketed exhibition, free for members.