Guide to FREE Virtual Family Programming at the Taft Museum

In light of COVID-19, many Ohio arts organizations are expanding their virtual program offerings. Taft Museum now offers 24/7 FREE virtual programs for families, including their popular “Sunday Funday” event.

Here’s your Guide to FREE Virtual Family Programming at the Taft Museum:

SUNDAYS | Family Fundays

Tune in for family-friendly, hands-on art activities led by the Taft’s learning and engagement team. Join on YouTube, Facebook or Instagram.

MONDAYS | Virtual Studios

Join the Taft Museum of Art and Urban Sketchers Cincinnati for a weekly creative prompt. Inspired by the Taft collections and architecture, join a group of fellow art lovers (of all skill levels) for a drawing challenge and share your creations by tagging #TaftMuseumDiscovered. Join on YouTube,Facebook or Instagram.


Assistant Curator Ann Glasscock and Director of Learning and Engagement Elise Solomon host virtual table-side chats surrounding the exhibition, N. C. Wyeth | New Perspectives. Stream on YouTube, Facebook or Instagram.

FRIDAYS | Taft Trivia

Test your knowledge of the history of our 200-year-old home as we celebrate its bicentennial year with our upcoming exhibition, Built to Last: The Taft Historic House at 200Play on Facebook or Instagram.

ONGOING | Permanent Collection Highlights Audio Tour

Opening in 1932, the Museum is home to an extensive art collection that includes European and American master paintings, Chinese porcelains, and European decorative arts. Learn more about major works by Rembrandt, Hals, Goya, Gainsborough, Reynolds, Turner, Ingres, Whistler, and Sargent, as well as one of the greatest Gothic ivory sculptures in America. Stream on YouTube.

For more information and ways to participate in each of these programs, visit and follow #TaftMuseumDiscovered on social media.

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