Experience David Hammon’s monumental sculpture in Hudson River Park along the southern edge of Gansevoort Peninsula from numerous vantage points along the Hudson and from the Whitney Museum.
An open structure precisely follows the outlines, dimensions, and location of a 1975 artwork of the same name by Gordon Matta-Clark, offering an extraordinary place to…More info
See more more than 130 fashionable, fabulous rose-inspired items ranging from luxurious hand-woven and embroidered 18th-century silks to the latest gender-neutral catwalk trends. Explore how the rose has influenced the way we look, dress, feel, and fantasize.
Find flowers of every color among a large group of extravagant hats and imagine the lives of the…More info
See Ruth Asawa’s iconic looped- and tied-wire sculptures in the context of her extraordinary drawings and her lesser known sculptural forms. Look for details and patterns in her abstract drawings of meanders, her representational drawings of her beloved family, her ceramic face masks of her rich community in San Francisco, and her near-daily drawings of…More info
Enter a very cool, colorful mixed reality experiment deploying machine learning algorithms on architectural images of New York City, revealing the hidden connections between unique moments in the city’s iconic architectural culture and history. An immersive, dynamic installation by Turkish artist Refik Anadol.
Suggested age is 6+ but younger kids allowed as long as they…More info
New York Hebrew invites all to celebrate the brightness within in a pop-up interactive installation. Standing 10 feet tall, 18 feet wide, the Living Lights menorah awaits “quietly in the dark” to unleash its light when ignited by the warmth of human touch. Participants are invited to step up onto the stage and touch-activate one…More info
Rubin Family Sundays are back in person. Enjoy an afternoon of creativity and self-exploration for all ages in the new Mandala Lab.
Pre-registration is required for either the 1 pm or 2 pm. Free tickets include free access to the Museum galleries. Each month explores a new theme, with an art-making activity centered around…More info
The newly designed play area features a giant, multi-colored, one-of-a-kind, Robinia wood pipefish plus water features incorporating limestone cattle head sculptures reclaimed from historic meatpacking district business New York Butchers’ Dressed Meat Company.More info
Explore a new immersive experience with nature and art on a floating green space on the Hudson River.
* Enjoy diverse horticulture, welcoming seating lawns, winding paths leading to spectacular views, and a variety of spaces for performing arts, relaxation and play.
* Make music on a variety of percussion installations and play with a…More info
Build STEAM projects as a family. Play and make with creative tools including Rigamajig blocks and Clixo magnetic sets. Use fabrication machines including Laser Cut, 3D Printer, Sticker Maker, Button Maker, and Embroidery Machine with guidance from instructors.
Includes a complimentary pack of activities to take home and continue making. Camps and themed classes also…More info