Refik Anadol’s Unsupervised
Jan 6 @ 10:30 am– Apr 15 @ 5:30 pm
Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly
See what a machine might dream about after seeing the art in MoMA’s collection in a trippy, vibrant large-scale digital video in the museum’s lobby produced by artificial intelligence.
Artist Refik Anadol trained a sophisticated machine-learning model to reimagine more than 200 years of arts. Site-specific input from the environment —changes in light, movement, acoustics, and the weather outside—also affect the continuously shifting imagery and sound that never repeats itself.
No ticket needed to sit on cubes and cheers and soak in this mesmerizing waves. Head to the second floor for a different view. Then get active in the adjacent Sculpture Garden.
Dog Man: The Musical
See a hilarious musical based on the worldwide bestselling series Dog Man from Dav Pilkey, adapted for the stage by acclaimed TheaterWorksUSA.
A brilliant soundtrack (we love the Evil ABCs) and excellent cast tell the story of 5th graders George and Harold making a musical based on their favorite character, Dog Man, the…More info
Easter Bonnet Parade
Wear your favorite hat (or make a special one) and stroll down traffic-free Fifth Avenue to check out some classic and crazy Easter bonnets and ensembles in a New York City tradition that stretches back to the 1870s. It gets crowded as the day goes on (try to leave strollers at home), but still one…More info
Carnegie Hall Fall Family Day: Spring Fest
Enjoy free, interactive, and fun musical activities and performances in Carnegie Hall’s Resnick Education Wing. Journey through a musical celebration of the earth, the elements, and all things spring.
Activities are ongoing; drop in anytime.More info
New York Theatre Ballet’s Carnival of the Animals
See a kid-friendly, one-hour original ballet by New York Theatre Ballet. In a magical forest, Queen Diana and her shaggy lion rule a charming assortment of animals who live quite peaceably until a pair of lost children wander in and the fun begins.
Also see Antony Tudor’s Little Improvisations, a charming portrayal of two children…More info