YAA At Home

Providing Art Relief for All

Keep your children artistically engaged at home as we bring you virtual tours of our interactive art galleries, downloadable art activities and creative prompts by special guest artists designed to keep your family's creative juices flowing!

Special Guest Artist Activities

Ignite the imagination of your young artists at home with activities designed by professional guest artists that you can easily create with common art making supplies and recycled materials!

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Music and Literacy
by The South Florida Chamber Ensemble
*Next Performance
On 3/18 at 6pm
Ink Images
with Mimi Botscheller
Next Project
Cartoon Pop Culture Portraits
with Keyani Watkins
Digital Dreamscapes
by Natasha Tomchin
Digital Art Coloring Book
by YAA Institute Students
Curated Creations
inspired by YAA NOW Galleries
Color Shifting
by Peter Symons
Frank Ape
by Brandon Sines
by Community Artists
Energy Patterns
by Luis Valle
Connectedness Project
by Kisen
Disco In The Jungle
by Yee Wong
Memory Collages
by Twiggy Boyer
Wish Tree
Inspired by
Yoko Ono
Pozi In The Caribbean
by Olivier Ganthier
Fortune Teller
by Francisca Oyhanarte
Paper Bag Mushrooms
by Alissa Alfonso

Complete the Character by GoopMassta
Movement Drawings by Jill Lavetsky
by Shawna Moulton
Kool Drips
Fruiting Bodies
by Jen Clay
Stop Motion Shapes by Alejandra Abad
by Lisa Rockford
In The Shade
by Raul Santos
ATOMIK Oranges
Continuous Line Drawings
by Nice'n Easy
Flip Up Visual Stories by Leonel Matheu
FLORA Coloring Book by
Philip Lique
Environmental Puzzles by
Mindy Shrago
Recycled Puppets by Pablo Cano
Paper Pavement Prints by Nick Gilmore
Shoebox Dioramas by Christopher Ian Macfarlane
Collaged Faces by
Pepe Mar
Logograms by Gustavo Oviedo
with Jen Stark
MILAGROS Patterns by
Cardboard Stories by Ali Shrago Spechler
Collaborative YAYA inspired by
Friends With You
Who Do You Love? inspired by R&R Studios
Character Creation & Coloring Book
by David Anasagasti

Virtual Museum Tours

Explore the Museum at Home with Interactive 360 Views of Each Gallery Space!

by Nice N Easy

Enter a home reimagined by Miami artist duo Nice'n Easy in the shape of an infinity symbol where the furniture and environments are fused with the feel of a subtropical island.

Welcome to You & Me
by Jen Clay

Step into the imaginative, soft sculptural world of Jen Clay and make friends with her original characters.
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Scholastic Art
Awards Exhibition

Explore this museum-wide exhibition of artwork by the talented young Broward winners of the 2020 Scholastic Art Awards.

Kenny's Closet
by Kenny Scharf

Pop through this dayglow dream world of blacklit surprises, original characters and hidden images by legendary street artist Kenny Scharf.

I Love You

Step outside the museum into YAA's iconic, public I LOVE YOU sculpture, designed by R&R Studios at home with someone you love!
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Explore the world of Alice in WonderScapes, YAA's gallery for ages 5 & Under, based on the imagery of DeLoss McGraw, whose illustrations won the Illustrator’s Society Book of the Year Award.


ArtScapes is a thematic journey through art history and contemporary art where you can ride a subway, go on an archeological dig, star in your own gameshow and get lost in a surrealist maze!


Reconnect with nature in Greenscapes where art and the environment meet! Enter Pablo Cano's Magical Workshop & Theater and learn about earth-art in NatureScapes.


Make musical instruments from discarded objects and then STOMP to the beat of the internationally acclaimed percussion group in a blue-screen musical performance!

YAA On The Go Video Art Projects

Each week, join a teaching artist from the Young At Art Institute for an in-depth video art activity video showing you how to create with materials from around the house as well as professional art terms, methods and techniques! Stay tuned for Story & Art Time with Ms. Marie for early childhood participants, At Home Studio Time with Ms. Sue where kids and parents can create art using recycled materials and Digital Media Slam with Ms. Simona to engage teens with digital art demonstrations and tutorials.

Ball Bounce Animation

Let’s get digital! This three part tutorial will take you step by step as you create a bouncing ball animation with Ms. Simona from the Young At Art Institute! Download the free app FlipaClip to your phone or tablet and get ready to animate with the videos below:

Ball Bounce Animation Part 1
Ball Bounce Animation Part 2: Trajectory
Ball Bounce Animation Part 3: Shading & Detail

Send us your completed ball bounce animations!

South Florida PBS Virtual Tours

iSpy 360

Join Kidvision Pre-K on an iSpy 360° adventure through YAA and learn new vocabulary words!


Step into the otherworldly realm of LightScapes with a spoken tour by the exhibition's creator Haiiileen.

Virtual Field Trip

Come along on a field trip to Young At Art Museum with Mrs. Penny and the KidVision Pre-K Kids.

YAA For All Resources
for Children with Autism & Sensory Integration Sensitivities

As a UM-NSU CARD Autism Friendly Partner, YAA is committed to making our programs inclusive and accessible to all. YAA at Home provides a safe space for all to explore the museum and create guided art projects from the comfort of your own home or mobile device. Use the social narrative below to help navigate this page and look out for a step by step Task Analysis included with some activities.

Click here for our YAA At Home Social Narrative
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YAA At Home Sponsors

Young At Art thanks our sponsors who make bringing creativity into your home possible with their generous support. Click here if you would like to learn more about becoming a sponsor of YAA At Home, providing art relief for all.

YAA On the Go Video Art Projects are sponsored by:

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