September 19 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Cool off at a splashy water exhibit with 800 sq. ft. of of hands-on interactives and colorful graphics. Children can trace the path of New York City’s water as they play and explore. Learn about the water cycle, pretend to fish, pump water to the top of a skyscraper, create a 92 mile aqueduct and construct a city at the water’s edge.
Spot some spooks and banish some banshees at CMOM’s first annual ghost hunt. Create a tool of your own design and capture ghosts all over the museum to unveil a secret message.
Bounce, glide or leap in an exciting exhibition/dance space designed to introduce children and families to the delights of dance as an art form, as an expression of diverse cultures and traditions, and as a healthy physical activity. Interact with an immersive video projection dome dance portal to learn with…
In a dynamic, hands-on environment, watch, follow, collaborate with, and take inspiration from working contemporary artists in studio workspaces. Explore the work of a diverse set of artists who work with materials and techniques such as assemblage/collage, fiber arts, technology/new media and paper.
At 10:30 am, museum educators share the story of The Golden Flower: A Taino Myth from Puerto Rico. This creation story originates from a myth of the Tainos, one of the indigenous cultures of the West Indies. From 1-5 pm, celebrate and acknowledge cultures that have originated in New York…