Resources for Kids

POSTED ON 3.24.2020

We'll be updating this page every week with new, free activities inspired by past and current exhibitions. Have fun and get creative!

Second Street Gallery is a 501(c)3 nonprofit art space, and we depend on donations from the community to bring the best of contemporary art and arts outreach to all ages! If you enjoy these Resources for Kids, please consider making a donation to support the gallery during this unprecedented time.




Whimsical coloring book page by local artist Ryan Trott (printable) HERE.

Coloring page by Lana Guerra, inspired by her exhibition water.poison.drink.dive (printable) HERE.

Anthro-botanical coloring page by local artist Sam Gray (printable) HERE.

Flowering dogwood coloring page by local botanical artist Lara Call Gastinger (printable) HERE.

Charlottesville-themed coloring page by Steve Haske (printable) HERE.

Coloring page of a decadent interior scene by Lou Haney (printable) HERE.

'Be Kind'! Coloring page by Abigail Wilson (printable) HERE.

Two special pages by Sahara Clemons (printable) HERE.

Picnic coloring page by Brittany Fan (printable) HERE.

Wacky character coloring page by Madeleine Rhondeau-Rhodes (printable) HERE.

'Super Maria Land' by Ramona Martinez (printable) HERE.

Mountaintop coloring page by Sri Kodakalla (printable) HERE.



Activity book inspired by the exhibition By The Strength of Their Skin (printable) HERE.

Activity book inspired by Tanya Minhas' solo exhibition, Nature Tells Its Own Story (printable) HERE.

Activity book inspired by past exhibitions from John Grant and WAXenVine (printable) HERE.

Activity book inspired by the exhibition Inside the Artists' Studio (printable) HERE.

Activity book inspired by José Bedia (printable) HERE

Activity book inspired by Erik Benson and Melissa Cooke-Benson (printable) HERE.

Activity book inspired by Sarah Boyts Yoder's Create & Critique workshop (printable) HERE.

Activity book inspired by the group exhibition Lady Painters (printable) HERE.

Activity book inspired by exhibiting artists Beatrix Ost and Doug Young (printable) HERE.

Activity book inspired by Bearing Witness (printable) HERE.

Activity book inspired by Laura Wooten's solo exhibition, View From The Ridge (printable) HERE.


Grow your own crystals like Doug Young! Activity book (printable) HERE.

Make your own sustainable tea bag painting like Adrienne Dent! Activity book (printable) HERE.

Print, cut, and make your own collages inspired by Stacey Evans and her virtual exhibition "This Familiar Space" HERE.

"Papalotes En Resistencia" anti-racist kite-making activity by Federico Cuatlacuatl HERE.

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