A City for Corduroy
Suggested Ages: All
Explore the artistic career of New Yorker Don Freeman, the creator of the beloved stuffed bear Corduroy. See his lively and humane depictions of ordinary New Yorkers and the city in the 1930s,
illustrated scenes of the Broadway backstage and children’s books inspired by the city, including the Corduroy books, Pet of the Met and Hattie the Backstage Bat. Features drawings, paintings, publications, and prints, as well as the artist’s original studies and sketches of Corduroy and other characters.
Find vibrant pop-art, rainbow paintings, groovy fashion, a model living room (with a tiny TV) giant sculptures made from unexpected material and more delightful surprises in Explore a pivotal three-year period in the history of art and culture in New York City, examining how artists living and working in New York responded to their rapidly…More info
Go inside your design in the kid-favorite Immersion Room (formerly Margaret Carnegie’s bedroom). Create digital wallpaper – or chose from an amazing assortment in the museum’s collection covering hundreds of years and a range of styles – and project them onto the wall from floor to ceiling—for a vibrant, impactful, immersive experience. Experiment with scaling,…More info