The class includes an introduction to Adobe Photoshop to facilitate work with digital editing and coloring. Students will take on the role of director, editor, and even actor as they explore the fascinating process of filmmaking!
Starting with the creation…. This class introduces budding artists to the foundations of art-making! Ideal for children ages , the class will explore a variety of multi-sensory materials, building fine-motor skills and self-confidence.
Each week, our Teaching Artists will introduce a "featured material," highlighting…. Music time! Story time!
Art time! No sign up required. Join our teaching artists for some summer fun playing social games that incorporate art-making.
Date of experience: August Museums , Children's Museums. Profile Join. Remember, some of us live exhilarating lives here and go years without seeing any attractions at all. You can check out the full list of participating locations here.
Fall After School classes are open for registration! Extend learning beyond the classroom through a weekly, immersive arts class. Register Now. Your child can dive into photography, explore the arts of ancient times, learn how to animate their own film, illustrate their own story, and so much more!
Learn More. This month's digital challenge is Face the Future.
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Young artists can shape the world. When you imagine your ideal future, what does it look like? Picture yourself there as you create your own wearable work of art. Make A Difference, a year-long series of exhibitions, community events, and digital art calls that foster civic engagement and shared community pride through art-making. Sign Up. Travel to historic Governors Island this summer for free hands-on art-making workshops and art-viewing experiences!
Day Exhibition May 16—October 27, Laura Bernstein Exhibition May 16—October 27, CMA is a nonprofit arts facility that aims to introduce the transformative power of the arts to all children and their families. Our staff of professional artists guide and mentor young artists ages 10 months to 15 years through fun and advanced art projects in professionally equipped studios, across a variety of techniques and mediums, including printing, drawing, painting, weaving, sewing, photography, animation, film-making, editing, sculpting, graphic novel, and many more!
Through admission, fee-based classes, individual, foundation, and corporate giving, we are able to provide free Community Programs for underserved and at-risk communities. You can help support our mission by giving today. Please Note: 1 adult is required per every 3 children that enter the museum. To best accommodate all our visitors, we do not offer reentry on busy days.
Music time! Story time! Art time! No advanced sign up required.
Get Tickets. Free Arts passes are also restricted on the days listed above. Please take note of the expiration date on your pass!
From animating videos, to singing along in music time, to painting a landscape, CMA has a lot to offer each day! To be written by CMA: Short description of space and activities in it, generic, not date spectific.
CMA is wheelchair accessible, and workshops are designed to be universally accessible, incorporating many different learning styles. Learn more about our free inclusive classes for children on the Autism spectrum and children living with disabilities here. Teaching Artists lead inquiry-based dialogue encouraging students to apply critical thinking to investigating and creating art. Learn more here.