Jackie Robinson Family Day
Aug 5, 2019 @ 11:00 am– 2:00 pm
Suggested Ages: 4-5 to 11-14
Learn about Jackie Robinson’s career as the first African American to play in Major League Baseball. Go on a scavenger hunt in the exhibition In the Dugout with Jackie Robinson to consider the challenges and successes he faced during his career. Then design a sports pennant to share an accomplishment while enjoying a snack. Designed for children ages 6–12 years old and adults to complete together.
Go inside your design in the kid-favorite Immersion Room (formerly Margaret Carnegie’s bedroom). Create digital wallpaper – or chose from an amazing assortment in the museum’s collection covering hundreds of years and a range of styles – and project them onto the wall from floor to ceiling—for a vibrant, impactful, immersive experience. Experiment with scaling,…More info
Jan 17-Feb 12, snag 2-for-1 tickets to many of NYC’s iconic attractions, museums, tours and performing arts. Use promo code MSW23 online for most venues; see nycgo.com for details.
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Make tie dye party shirts to cheer up kids fighting cancer – and shop for your own tie dye apparel with The Craft Studio in partnership with Tie Dye For A Good Cause. The cost for participants will help cover supplies and staffing but The Craft Studio will be proud to donate any leftover funds…More info
Join an interactive, bilingual program facilitated by El Museo museum educators with storytelling, discussion and an art making project.
February is an opportunity to honor and highlight the accomplishments of many Black leaders in the community. Learn bout special Black and Afro-Latinx artists and explore a little more about their identities as Black and Latino.