PAMM Kids offers the museum’s youngest guests a welcoming, memorable, and enticing way to learn about art and develop a connection with the museum, its services, and the PAMMily.
PAMM Kids Daily Offerings
Check out a bag of artful fun at PAMM’s visitor services desk. PAMM Family Packs include activity sheets, pencil kits to bring out your inner artist, scavenger hunts to explore the galleries and works on view, puzzles, and more to ensure a fun-filled day at the museum with family and friends. Two different packs are available for children 5 and under, and 6 and over.
This fun-filled booklet, available at PAMM’s visitor services desk, brings art in the galleries to life with related games, scavenger hunts, drawing activities, and more.
Explore the museum and its exhibitions with digital tours, videos, and more. This free app offers visitors a new way to engage with art. pamm.org/app
Dining at Verde
Enjoy a kid-friendly dining experience overlooking the water at Verde with the new PAMM Kids menu.
PAMM Kids Monthly Offerings
PAMM Art Storytime
Every fourth Saturday at 11am, 3-5 year-olds and their caregivers build on foundations of literacy with a museum story reading followed by a related art activity at PAMM’s Knight Education Center.
Made at PAMM
Every first Thursday, 11am-2pm, this free monthly program features art-making sessions in the galleries, inspired by works on view.
PAMM Free Second Saturdays
Every second Saturday of the month, from 1-4pm, this free monthly program features hands-on activities for children and adults as well as guided tours and occasional guest artists and performers.
On the fourth Saturday of every month, discover the museum through an interactive family tour that includes conversations and art-making. The family-friendly experience highlights artworks on view from the permanent collection and special exhibitions.
Connect with PAMM Kids
Be part of the #PAMMKids conversation by submitting your curator questions to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Share a video of your munchkin asking a question for a chance to have one of our curators answer it on video. Please do not provide on video, the last name of the child asking the question.
By submitting your video, you represent that you are over the age of 18 years, are the parent or legal guardian of the minor asking the question, are submitting this voluntarily, and give consent and authorize Pérez Art Museum Miami, its successors, agents, employees, officers, legal representatives and assigns (PAMM), to take, use and reproduce the video recordings for any and all purposes and in all forms of media now known or to be developed in the future, including posting on the World Wide Web, on social media, and/or publication and advertising of every description.
PAMM Kids Ask a Curator: "What is contemporary art?"
Nico (11), asks the question many of us are afraid to ask – what IS contemporary art?! Thankfully, PAMM Curator René Morales is able to elaborate for him!
PAMM Kids Halloween How To: Roy Lichtenstein-Inspired Face Paint
Learn how to paint your face in a "Lichtenstein" pop art style.
PAMM Kids Halloween How To: Picasso Masks
We’ve put together a simple DIY cardboard mask tutorial inspired by the work of ground-breaking artist Pablo Picasso.
PAMM Kids Ask a Curator: "Why is There a Toilet Plunger in a Museum?"
In our latest #PAMMKids Ask a Curator segment, Olivia is struggling to understand the elements in Josephine Meckseper’s Thank a Vet.
PAMM Kids Ask a Curator: "Why would someone draw so many windows?"
In our latest #PAMMKids Ask a Curator segment, Enzo expresses his confusion about the content in Toba Khedoori and PAMM Curator María Elena Ortiz provides him with some answers.
PAMM Kids Ask a Curator: “Why didn’t you put your art on the wall?”
In our first ever #PAMMKids Ask a Curator segment, India has some questions for Lawrence Weiner about his OUT OF SIGHT installation, and PAMM Curator María Elena Ortiz provides her with some answers.