By RJ McKay 

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Emily Schreiner, associate curator of education for family and community learning at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, discusses Art Splash, going on at the museum this summer.

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“Art Splash is a summer-long family festival at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Families can come here any day and have a creative shared experience together. We have some programs that are drop in and others that are scheduled, so really to accommodate any kind of family.”

(credit: Philadelphia Museum of Art)

(credit: Philadelphia Museum of Art)

Emily gives more details about one of their programs, “Our signature program is our Splash studio, which we offer 10 to 5 everyday and is open late on Wednesdays until 7 p.m. In the Splash studio, people of all ages can come together and make art inspired by the museum’s collections.”

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For more information, visit: Philamuseum.org