Come on out to the Elisabet Ney Museum for our beloved weekly Drawing Salons every Saturday morning in August from 10 am to noon! Sketch Elisabet's realistic sculptures in her own Formosa studio! Each session is hosted by our Museum Educators, and all of the required materials will be provided. Participation is free and open to everyone, regardless of age or level of experience! No RSVP is required!
For a tour of the Elisabet Ney Museum’s main collection, please click here: Main Collection Video Tour
- For a tour of the museum’s second floor and the tower, provided by museum guide Amy Andrews, please click here: Museum Second Floor Video Tour
- For a text-based tour of Elisabet Ney’s work in English, please click here: Ney Collection (pdf)
- Para un recorrido por texto de las esculturas de Elisabet Ney en español, haga clic aquí: Ney Collection(pdf)
- Landscape Tour and Information
Learn more about the Elisabet Ney Museum's historic landscape.
For a video tour of the Museum’s Native Prairie Historic Landscape restoration, given by Mino Giunta, the Museum’s landscape specialist, please click here: Landscape Restoration.
- Watch the Sixth First Annual Polkapocalypse 2020!
- This super favorite of visitors from all over the globe was held online in 2020, and featured Brave Combo, Piñata Protest, and many, many more in a three-hour Polkaxtravaganza! Check it out, recorded, by clicking here: Polkapocalypse 2020!
- About our past contemporary art Special Exhibition “Barbara Attwell: Rewylding”
- For a video tour of the current Special Exhibition “Barbara Attwell: Rewylding”, please click here: Video Tour
- To read more about the Elisabet Ney Museum’s current Special Exhibition “Barbara Attwell: Rewylding”, please click here: Exhibit Information
- For an activity video about making toilet paper roll animals at home, taught by Barbara Attwell and shared courtesy of the Westbank Public Library, please click here: Toilet Paper Roll Animals
- Plein Aire Painting Demonstration
To celebrate wildflower season, for a video demonstration of Plein Aire painting created by Baron Wilson of Austin Plein Aire Society using the Elisabet Ney Museum as a model, please click here: Plein Aire Painting Demonstration
- Fun Activity Demonstration Videos!
- To learn how to make your own book, taught by museum educator Sarah Porter, please click here: Make your own Book
- To learn how to make a digital Canva presentation poster about Elisabet Ney, taught by museum educator Renee Robinson, please click here: Elisabet Ney Canva Presentation Poster
- More videos are coming so check back soon!
- Who is Elisabet Ney?
For a biography of Elisabet Ney, please click here: Elisabet Ney Biography
- Women in Texas History
For great lessons/activities and curriculum about Women in Texas History, especially pertinent in this, the Centennial of Women’s Suffrage, please click here: Women in Texas History (pdf)
- Clay Activities
For a guide to activities using clay, click here: The Importance of Clay (pdf)
- Museum Education
For more curriculum and museum education opportunities, visit this page: Museum Education