Holi: The Most Colorful Spring HOLI-day!
Holi marks the beginning of spring in India. The traditional way to celebrate Holi is to throw colored powder on friends and family.
Let’s discover some artworks in the Museum that remind Bart the Art Bat of Holi!
Have you seen Face Jugs: Art and Ritual in 19th-Century South Carolina? Help Bart find more great expressions in the Museum!
Hip, Hippo, Hooray!
A herd of hippos has arrived at the Museum, and Bart wants you to meet some of his new friends!
Year of the Snake
This year, the Chinese zodiac celebrates the Year of the Snake (Chinese New Year is on February 10). In China, the snake is a symbol of intelligence. What does it mean to other cultures?
We celebrate the Year of the Snake with two new scavenger hunts.
Travel through Time
Go on an adventure with Bart!
Dragons and Lotus Blossoms
Some ancient myths say Vietnamese people are descendants of a dragon and a fairy. Lotus flowers are important because they represent purity or goodness. Can you find these dragons and lotus blossoms?
Come Fly Away With Me
Help Bart find his friends with wings. They are flying all over the Museum!