Family Day


 Family Clay Days are coming back in the Spring of 2024!  

Family Clay Day is back! Join us from 10 am -12 pm in SAMFA’s Education Studio to create art together as a family!
Included with the Clay activity, 2 more Fine Art activities will be offered in the studio at this time, with a few special guests sprinkled in.

The First of our Free projects is a Quilted Ceramic Heart, in which you use hand-building skills, lace, and other textures to design your own Quilt-like heart puff, inspired by one of our current exhibits, Microscape. Prehistoric Clay Animals will soon be found in our studio thanks to special guest artist, Ariel Bowman. With her skilled background, she is going to teach us how to make our own Extinct Animals come back to life! Last but certainly not least, we can hear the call of Summer with our special Ceramic Vegetable Rattles! Come roll the beads that will sing inside the Vegetable of your choice and decorate your new produce.


Prehistoric Family Clay Day:


See the Full schedule of Events Below: 


SAMFA's Family Days are proudly sponsored by: 



Click Here to download a free Virtual Art Kit & more educational
projects on the Museum's Education Blog

The San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts is happy to introduce a new way to enjoy SAMFA's collection and programs with SAMFA Virtual.  

SAMFA Virtual is a collection of virtual content that includes Tours, Demos, Online Activities, and more. You can find links to our content here on our website, but the best way to experience SAMFA Virtual is to follow us on Social Media! We have exclusive content with family challenges and inside looks at our collection that you can find only on:





 Check out our Mommy & Me Blog for activities you can do at home, self-guided tours of the museum's exhibit, and learn more about fine art.



The San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts Family Day program is hosted monthly and free of charge to community members. Family Day provides a participatory exploration of global cultures and themes based on SAMFA’s collections. This cultural and thematic exploration is achieved by utilizing the entire museum facilities to provide extensive displays of artifacts, a variety of food samples (including visitor participation in cooking), live music and/or cultural performances, and four or more visual art hands-on projects. In addition, there is no admission fee to the Museum’s current exhibits during Family Day.


Family Day Sponsors

James Eatmon in memory of Janice Eatmon
Dr. Fernando & Dr. Dawn Gonzalez
Gary & Edith Jone
Dr. Ramsey Koschak
Livestock Weekly Dr. Robert & Reiko McCarty
Jack & Ann Moore
Frankie Mullens
Mejo Okon (Okon Studio)
John & Kathryn Louie Osterhout
Performance Properties
Truman & Joanne Rice
Dr. Sandy Seifert