Art Colony Wrap-Up: August 30

Last week was our LAST Summer Art Colony week! We wrap up the summer with some of the best work we’ve seen so far from Art Colony students!
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Art Colony Wrap-Up: August 23

It was a great and busy week at CMA and Governors Island. Fine Art Students learned silkscreening process and bookmaking, while Media Lab Students record their own songs and learned new animation techniques! Learn more about it here.

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Art Colony Wrap-Up: August 16

It was another busy week for Art Colony as students worked on creating stop motion movies, amazing toys, and special movie trailers at CMA and on Governors Island. Learn more about it here:

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Art Colony Wrap Up: August 17

Going back to their roots, Teaching Artists hosted a series of classes that focused on historical inspirations, classic mediums, and natural materials.

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Art Forms: 75 Years of Arts Education

Summer at the Children’s Museum of the Arts has been a season of reflection, motivation, and learning. From June 21 to September 30, CMA has devoted its exhibition space to the uncompromising relationship between young artist and educator in Art Forms: 75 Years of Arts Education. Art Forms examines educational relationships by showcasing three intertwined elements

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Art Form Favorites: Partnership Videos

CMA’s current exhibition, Art Forms examines the relationship of the art educator and the young artist by showcasing three intertwined elements that reveal the lifeblood of CMA’s mission and philosophy: current children’s artwork created in CMA’s 2011-2012 public school partnerships, artwork by the Teaching Artists who educated the students, and antique children’s artwork from CMA’s Permanent Collection dating

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Conjunctivitis the Movie

The CMA Media Lab presents Conjunctivitis: The Movie, a thrilling mystery set in Middle School High, where things aren’t always the way they seem.  Maxine is an up and coming reporter set on uncovering her first big story.  Her unwilling subject is Sam, a typical teenager going through a serious and mysterious case of pink

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