Art classes at the Mulvane are an affordable way for kids to stay active and creative...or for adults to escape from life for a few hours!

  • Fall Classes 2019
  • All classes for this Fall have ended.  Please check back for new upcoming offerings.
  • Tween Art Club Enrollment - TBD
  • Family Day Dates - Saturday, November 2nd, 1:00 - 4:00, DIA DE LOS MUERTOS CELEBRATION! Join us for free hands-on art activities, face painting, traditional refreshments, and games.

    Create your own

    • Ancestor Spirit Butterflies: Monarchs
    • Calaveras: Decorated Skull Masks
    • Decorated Wooden Spoon Calaveras
    • Small Altars of Remembrance: Retablos
    • Paper Cutting: Papel Picado
    • Tissue Paper Marigolds: Flor de Muerto


Our classes are open to people of all ages (4 and up) and abilities. Classes are led by artists and art teachers who use a variety of techniques to educate people about traditional and contemporary art forms.

  • Winter/ Spring Classes begin in March
  • Summer Razzle Dazzle Classes begin in June
  • Fall Classes begin in September

Scholarships based on financial need are available, thanks to donor support. For details call us at 785.670.2420 or send us an email at


GET IN TOUCH WITH The Mulvane Art Museum

Mulvane Art Museum
1700 SW Jewell Avenue
Topeka, KS 66621

Phone & Email
Phone: 785.670.1124
Staff Contact Page

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