Art Access: Museum Explorers for Children with Disabilities
Apr 1 @ 11:30 am– 1:00 pm
Suggested Ages: 8 to 12
On the first weekend of the month, Queens Museum welcomes children with disabilities (ages 8-12) and their families to visit for art-making activities, guided by trained museum educators and teaching artists. Each month explores a new theme and art activities. Activities on Saturday are repeated on Sunday programs. Feel free to register for multiple weekends.
Participants must be accompanied by a care partner to the museum and throughout the workshop.
El Otro Oz
Click your heels together tres veces and take a transformative journey during a salsa, merengue, and Mexican folk-infused musical inspired by The Wizard of Oz. As her fifteenth birthday approaches, Dora, a contemporary Latine teenager, struggles with her family’s ideas about tradition and dreads her impending quinceañera. But, when Dora gets swept away to a…More info
Dino Egg Hunt: A STEAM Eggstravaganza
Join a science-filled Easter celebration. Hunt for dinosaur eggs, crack them open using kid-friendly fossil excavation tools, and reveal hidden surprises inside.
This event takes the traditional easter egg hunt and adds an educational twist that all families can enjoy. Kids are encouraged to think critically, use their imagination and build skills that can support…More info
Jurassic & Triassic Playground
Dino lovers can climb and play on an dino-inspired equipment at two playgrounds on opposite sides of Meadow Lake created to commemorate the Sinclair Oil “Dinoland” exhibit at the 1964-65 World’s Fair. In addition to swings and jungle gymes, find dinosaur footprints and art throughout the playground. Learn about flora and fauna from the Triassic…More info