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GIANT Open Studio

Night at the GIANT

January 1 @ 10:00 am - December 31 @ 3:00 pm

The GIANT Room

550 West 28th Street
New York    + Google Map


Suggested Ages: Toddlers, 2-3, 4-5, 6-7, 8-10, 11-14

Build and contribute to Unseen Worlds, an interactive exhibit-in-making combining science, art, design, and tech. Inspired by tiny organisms living around us, families build projects, smart textiles, whimsical characters, and interactive artifacts using responsive technology, arts and crafts materials, and fabrication tools such as laser cutter, 3D printer and embroidery machines.

Stay as long as you’d like; most families create for 2-3 hours.

10 am–6 pm on weekdays
10 am–3 pm on weekends

Night at the GIANT

Parents enjoy a night out while kids play games and watch movies in a cool interactive art space.

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Snowy Village

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Citycakes Bakery

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Kobra Street Art Albert Einstein

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Cate Woodruff: Light Minded

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