January 23 @ 10:00 am - December 31 @ 5:00 pm
Assemble, create, peek into, crawl under, and walk through one of a kind sculptures and installations. Interactive artworks by eleven contemporary artists include a cylindrical sculpture that encourages pint-sized visitors to crawl under and peek through a panorama of three-dimensional leaves, a hanging imaginary beehive, a massive tabletop mystery puzzle, groundhog burrows built to human scale, illustrative portraits of extraordinary U.S. women of the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries and giant clusters of colorful cylinders that encourage peeks into mirrored tunnels of light, rainbows and reflections.
Also meet CMOM’s newest artists‐in‐residence in their studios located in the gallery, create sculptures and installations in the Maker Space and Family Art Studios, connect to place and community through pop‐up performances in dance, theater, and music performed directly in the gallery.
Ten oversized sculptures of New York City birds in danger of extinction roost on the UWS Broadway malls. Brookyln-based artist Nicolas Holiber painted but did not weatherproof reclaimed lumber, allowing…More info