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Jewish Museum Studio Art: Sukkot Fabric Hanging

Jewish Museum Studio Art- Sukkot Fabric Hanging

Oct 13, 2019 @ 1:00 pm4:00 pm

The Jewish Museum

1109 Fifth Avenue at 92nd Street
New York NY

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Free with museum admission

Suggested Ages: 2-3 to Adult Friendly, Adult Friendly

Explore the artwork in Masterpieces and Curiosities: the Benguiat Collection. In the studio create a collaged fabric piece inspired by the rich and striking textiles in the galleries.

Cooper Hewitt: Drag Story Hour

Celebrate Pride Month with Cooper Hewitt. At Drag Story Hour, an artist will read a picture book and get kids singing and moving. This fun and fabulous program will celebrate all forms of difference and give kids confidence to express themself. Dress up, dress comfortably or dress as you are every day. After the story…

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Super Sábado | Celebrating Puerto Rican Art & Culture

Join us a fun-filled day celebrating Puerto Rican art and culture inspired by El Museo del Barrio’s new Permanent Collection exhibition, Something Beautiful. Activities include storytelling, gallery tours, art-making, dance workshops, and a special salsa performance by Jose Trombone & His Conjunto Rumbon. All ages welcome.

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Young Urban Planners: Playground Adventure

Join Conservancy guides for an intergenerational summer adventure at one of Central Park’s iconic playgrounds. Explore the playground’s structures and landscape through fun, hands-on activities to learn about the design and urban planning principles that shape Central Park’s play spaces. Fun for budding urban planning enthusiasts and playground regulars.

Happening weekly at different playgrounds throughout…

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Cooper Hewitt: Pride & Positivity T-Shirt Design

Celebrate Pride month by designing a t-shirt that expresses yourself and the message of inclusion. Get inspired by Pride-related designs from the collections of Cooper Hewitt and the Smithsonian.

Drop in anytime during the two sessions, 10 am–12 pm and 1 pm–3 pm.

Online registration includes free museum admission for more self-expression in the More info