Family Programs


Second Saturdays at SUMA (Formerly Family Days)

Family Day at SUMA

Second Saturdays, 2 p.m.

SUMA Plaza

Families and friends in the community are invited to join SUMA for a hands-on art activity on the SUMA plaza. Share your works of art with us on Instagram by tagging us @suma_museum and using #SUMAsuu 


August 14: Utah Rocks!

Utah is turning 125 this year, so we'll be creating art inspired by our unique geology.

September 11: Sun & Stars at SUMA

In coordination with the Cedar Breaks Astronomy Festival, we will explore the art we can make using the sun and stars. 

Create Playdate

Select Thursdays, 12:30 p.m.Create Playdate

SUMA Classroom

Visit your friends at SUMA for a special storytime and hands-on creative activity in performing and visual arts. Each Create Playdate is about 45-minutes long and is geared toward preschool children (ages 3 to 5) and their parents or guardians. Every book read at Create Playdate is followed by a make-n-take activity that can be enjoyed by the whole family



July 22 - (Hotdog Day) - The Pigeon Finds a Hotdog by Mo Willems


August 5 - Let's Make Rabbits by Leo Lionni

August 19 - They All Saw a Cat by Brendan Wenzel


Teen Art Camp

August 2 - 6, 1-4 p.m.

SUMA Classroom

Reclaimed, repurposed, reimagined: what art can you make out of thrifted and found materials? Teen Art Camp will explore the variety of ways we can take something old and turn it into a new, interesting piece of art. This week long camp will run from August 2-6.

Day 1

Black out poetry & book art

Day 2

Magazine collages

Day 3

Thrift store art

Day 4

Fiber art upcycling/visible mending 

Day 5

Time for students to finish projects they’ve started during the week.

Registration for Teen Art Camp general admission and single-day tickets is now open for August 2 - 6. General Admission tickets for Teen Art Camp are $100 for non-members, and $80 for SUMA Members.

Please email for discount information. This camp is open for ages 13—18.