Celebrate Your Child’s Birthday

Celebrate your child’s birthday with a creative experience at the Riverside Art Museum. We offer parties for groups of up to 15 children, aged 3 to 15, in a variety of age-appropriate activities, such as: Drawing, Printmaking, Mixed Media, Painting, Sculpture, or Illustration.

RAM will provide the following: studio classroom for art making and the party; birthday cake, decorations, and invitations; plates, utensils, napkins, cups, and lemonade; and an artist-designed apron for the birthday child.

The cost of the birthday party is $500. For more information or to schedule a party, please call 951.684.7111. (Price to raise to $550 September 1st 2024)

Please fill out the below form and someone will contact to you in regards to your request. 

Please note that once a date is confirmed you will need to pay a $100 deposit to reserve your birthday party at RAM. Thank you.

Birthday Party FAQs

May I bring food to the party?

We ask that you discuss food with your RAM contact while figuring out details. Candy and gum are not allowed in the galleries. You may hand out a goodie bag at the end of the party for your guests to take home with them if you choose.

Am I allowed to decorate the room that the party is being held in?

RAM will set up a cake table and a table to receive gifts. We will also decorate the room. If you have something specific, please let your contact know while discussing details. Glitter, confetti, silly string, and bubbles are not permitted.

What kind of art-making activity will my child and guests participate in and how long will it take?

The art-making activity will last about an hour. That gives you time to open presents and to eat cake. Your child and their guests will learn about a specific art medium and process to create a one-of-a-kind work of art to take home with them.

My child really loves (insert favorite thing here). Can the art activity include that?

Yes. We will speak with you regarding what your child likes and tailor the art-making activity to include some of their interests. For example, a lesson on illustration might include their favorite story characters or a printmaking lesson could include their favorite animals.