Virtual Family Day: Express Your Love with Pride

Every second Sunday of the month, Mia hosts a free monthly event for families, kids, and the young at heart featuring virtual hands-on art activities, music, dance performances, artist demonstrations, and more — all inspired by Mia’s incredible collection. 

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Virtual Family Day: Express Your Love with Pride

Beauford Delaney, United States, 1901–79, Untitled [detail], 1947, Oil on Masonite. Gift of Dolly J. Fiterman, 2017.138.7, © Estate of Beauford Delaney / Derek L. Spratley, Esq., Court Appointed Administrator

Celebrate Pride month learning about visionary and courageous artists from the 2SLGBTQIA+ community. Make a friendship bracelet for yourself and a friend, and take time to appreciate the many kinds of relationships in your life. Learn more about Pride at Mia.

Free Family Day Artist Totes

During June’s Family Day weekend (June 12–13, 10 a.m.–2 p.m.), you can pick up a free Family Day Artist Tote at Mia’s Third Avenue entrance. In it you’ll find materials like embroidery floss, chalk, and coloring pages. You can also lend a hand to the collective chalk activity organized by Art Team (Mia’s teen program), outdoors in the museum’s Target Plaza.

Click here to see the contents of this month’s totes.

Chalk and Walk with Pride

Step into the Target Plaza this weekend with your new chalk set to participate in the interactive activities on the sidewalks designed by Art Team (Mia’s teen program)! Click here to try the activity at home! The at-home activity is designed by Zero Everhart.

Use this Zine to participate in activities designed by Mia’s Art Team.

Closer Look: Be Proud and Love!

Celebrate the love-filled art made by 2SLGBTQIA+ artists. Explore and learn more in this quiz! Try the quiz here.

Make Your Own Friendship Bracelet

Make a friendship bracelet for yourself and a friend with guidance by Heather C Lou. Watch the video or download the coloring instructions sheet for details on how. And learn more about Heather online at

Coloring Pages: Queer Icons

Learn more about queer icons by coloring!

Learn more about queer icons by coloring! Click here to download the coloring sheets featuring Marsha P. Johnson and Audre Lorde. The coloring sheets have been designed by local queer artists Noah Lawrence-Holder and Harper Steinbach.

Storytime: Doña Pepa reads “Ze”

Watch Doña Pepa, read from their book, Ze! And also learn how to make your own glitter beard. The Drag Story Hour (DSH) mission is to celebrate diverse, creative and healthy gender expression for children and their caring adults using the arts. Learn more about Drag Story Hour here.