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.
It was another busy week for Art Colony as students worked on creating documentaries, costumes, short films, and drawings at CMA and on Governors Island. Learn more about the awesome work our campers were doing:
Rain or shine, CMA’s been soaking up the outdoors this summer through two of our favorite free programs, the Hudson River Park Pier Pop-Up and our Free Art Island Outpost. Here’s a look at what’s happened at these two locations in July and August.
Today, I’d love to take a minute to tell you a little bit more about three of our super-awesome Teaching Artists and the cool work that they’ve been doing in their lives, community, and beyond! Please meet Ben Weber, Kelsey Kolins and Isaac Peterson.
2012 was one of a kind. Over the course of 12 months, we served more than 110,000 visitors, hosting interactive workshops, large-scale exhibitions, and special events at the museum and throughout New York City. Here’s a round up of some of our favorite moments from 2012: 1. Around the World with CMA To celebrate the diversity
The mission of the Children’s Museum of the Arts is to introduce children and their families to the transformative power of the arts by providing opportunities to make art side-by-side with working artists.