Poster House is thrilled to offer a variety of virtual interactive tours and workshops over Zoom for all age groups. Tours run approximately 60 minutes and involve the opportunity for a Q&A about the shows with our Master Educators. Each tour combines a live speaker, high-resolution photos of posters in our shows, as well as video footage of the galleries. We also offer 90-minute programs that combine the tour with a participatory guided workshop, which simulates a virtual whiteboard where students can interact with poster designs.
Current Tour Offerings
We are also happy to build custom tours around our current shows to meet your group’s needs and interests.
Please book here to start your poster journey, or check us out on Explorable Places.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to email email@example.com.
College Night aims to provide real resources to students who are interested in pursuing careers in art, design, and museums, with an emphasis on breaking down the pathways and barriers that can intimidate young professionals when planning for their futures. Our student programming provides professional development opportunities such as a lecture series of museum professionals across departments and throughout the world of design, as well as creative workshops, resumé reviews, and direct mentorship with our museum staffers. College Night moved online in March of 2020, and is free of charge.
View upcoming College Night Events.
VIRTUAL FAMILY PROGRAMMING
On the last Sunday of every month, from 10–11am, Poster House offers Poster Kids, an interactive, family-friendly virtual tour and related art-making experience.
Each month’s theme and activities vary, so drop-in once or join us for the full series. Admission is free. Advanced registration is required in order to receive link access and a list of suggested materials.
June 27: Center Stage & Silhouettes
July 25: Poster Processes
August 29: Hungry for Posters
AT THE MUSEUM
Families: kids under the age of 18 are admitted free of charge.
Poster House has exhibitions and interactives designed for families with children of all ages.
A scavenger hunt ensures you see everything the museum has to offer, and participants can pick up a cool prize in the Shop.
Each exhibition is accompanied by an Activity Card, available at the Info Desk or inside each exhibition free of charge. Activities are developed with visitors ages 4–10 in mind. You can also view our current activity cards online below:
General Activity Card
Julius Klinger Activity Card
Freak Power Activity Card (and Answer Key)
Strollers are welcome at Poster House and in the galleries. Unfortunately, we cannot store strollers unless offered as part of a specific event.
Be sure to join our mailing list to be the first to know about special programs for families at Poster House.
AT HOME ACTIVITIES
We have crafted a variety of activities for you to use at home so you can keep the Poster House magic going even after you’ve left the museum. Haven’t been able to visit us yet? Not a problem! These are all easy to do from anywhere and require no previous knowledge of poster history. Plus, you’ll feel right at home once you do come to visit!
Let’s Play A Poster Game
Make Your Own Museum
Rebus Puzzles (Answer Key)
REMOTE LEARNING RESOURCES
Poster House is thrilled to offer a variety of virtual interactive tours and workshops over Zoom for all age groups. Tours run approximately 60 minutes and involve opportunity for a Q&A about the shows with our Master Educators. Each tour combines a live speaker, high resolution photos of posters in our shows, as well as video footage of the galleries. We also offer 90-minute programs that combine the tour with a participatory guided workshop, which simulates a virtual white board where students can interact with poster designs.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to start your poster journey.
Poster House is the new home of the Rene Wanner Library. Wanner was a prolific Swiss poster collector and poster historian, who began amassing pieces in the late 1970s with an eye towards documenting the continued appreciation and development of posters. His incredible 3,000 volume library on posters and related subjects was donated to Poster House by the Wanner family in 2018.
ONLINE CATALOG COMING SOON
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