Family Days on the way to Nassau Museum

March 13, 2013 by  

A new idea is coming to the Nassau County Museum of Art this weekend, as it begins hosting Family Sundays.

Each week, there will be a guided tour for families of the current art exhibitions at the museum. Following that, the attending groups are invited to join in on supervised art activities. There will also be guided tours of the main exhibition available for those who are interested.

Currently the museum is hosting two exhibitions: one of which focuses on the works of artists Asad Faulwell and Chris Johanson, and another looking at abstract art of the 1940s.

Family Sundays require museum admission but are free otherwise, and no reservations are required to attend. Those driving to the area should also be aware that there is a $2 parking fee for non-members. The museum is located in Roslyn Harbor, which is a short drive from nearby areas such as Glen Cove, Old Westbury, and Port Washington.

Organizers for the museum may turn to their local printing company to create flyers and other promotional materials to let families in the region know about these new Sunday events. Museums are also known to need large numbers of informational brochures that they can hand out to their visitors, meaning that brochure and catalogue printing may be services required as well.

The new offering starts this Sunday, March 16, and will begin at 1:00 pm, as will be the case every Sunday at the Nassau museum, the building of which is over 100 years old.