Museum at Home

If you can’t come to The Carle, let The Carle come to you. We offer a variety of online events, programs, and resources that are the next best thing to being here.

Online Events & Programs

Pile of torn collage papers in various colors and textures
July 18: Explore how paper can inspire a range of creative experiences for all ages in the classroom, library, or home setting.
Collage art of figures looking and listening to a distant sound.
September 22: Join Tapioca Stories’ authors and illustrators for a conversation about Latin American picture books.
Illustration of girl sitting in tree with pink blossoms and speech bubble that reads "Words of every shape, sound, and size.
Ruth Ahmedzai Kemp, Daniel Hahn, Lawrence Schimel, and Helen Wang have a conversation about translating picture books.

Online Exhibitions

Illustration of child holding book with stars against red and white striped background.

Immerse yourself in a multimedia art experience through one of The Carle’s online exhibitions, such as Asians, Everyday. This presentation of 26 artists’ work is curated by award-winning author and illustrator Grace Lin.

Make Art

The Carle’s Art Studio offers inspiration for creative projects that appeal to all ages.
A pile of colorful papers rolled and cut
Weave, braid, fold, and attach! Create your own wearable art with paper. 
Glue cups, two noisemakers, and a basket of tissue papers.
How a toy display inspires a potential future project. 
Patterned stickers and markers
Explore environmentally-friendly tape alternatives.

Artists & Authors

Kids sitting and smiling as they listen to a story being read aloud.

Get to know your family’s favorite picture book authors and artists! Hear about their work and inspirations in these video interviews.

Books spread out on table.
Explore the many booklists created by The Carle for exhibitions, programs, or bookshop recommendations.