Tag Archives: Visual Art

Cuéntame un Cuadro at Word Up Book Shop

Cuéntame un Cuadro (Tell Me the Story of an artwork) is a story-telling program in Spanish for families with children ages 5 to 9. Discover fun facts about Hispanic art and culture while you learn and create together. The Hispanic Society Museum and Library is closed for renovations, but their programs—like Cuéntame un Cuadro—are moving to different spaces around the community.


In the advent of the upcoming Women’s March on January 20th, the Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art and Storytelling will be hosting art-making activities rooted in civic engagement all week. Stop by and create your own protest poster and/or noise maker, and hear stories about women’s empowerment from our in-house storyteller. Open to all ages.

WOMEN’S MARCH ASSEMBLY (January 20 only)
10am, Museum Lobby:  
Join us as we come together as a community at 10am and head down to support this year’s Women’s March. Bring your posters and music makers – all are welcome!

GIRLS MATTER! Collaborative Mural (January 20 only)
10am – 5pm, Studio Labs:  
Let’s come together in the spirit of unity and create a collaborative mural honoring our mothers, sisters, aunts, and other important female figures in our life.