Rubin Family Sundays: Mandala-Land
Suggested Ages: 3 to 14+
Make your own board game and explore your path to transforming your emotions. Choose the emotion that speaks to you and design a game that you can play with loved ones or on your own.
Pre-registration is required for either the 1 pm or 2 pm. Free tickets include access to the Museum galleries. Each month explores a new theme, with an art-making activity centered around that theme. A Museum educator will do a brief demonstration of the project and teach the art-making techniques, leaving room for individual creativity.
See our guide to the Rubin Museum.
See colorful new works Bronx-born graffiti artist CRASH spray painted on custom-made, shaped canvases. Emphasizing silhouette and the external form, he presents new dynamic compositions that meld the versatility of his canvas medium with the layered depth of sculpture. Wrapping around the edges as if spilling on to the wall, vibrant pigment and decisive lines…More info
Develop hands-on skills by gluing, hammering with help from parents and store associates. Project change monthly. Receive a certificate of achievement, workshop apron and a commemorative pin while supplies last.
Also at Home Depots on 59th Street/Third Ave, Long Island City, New Rochelle and elsewhere.More info
Enjoy family-friendly matinees in an intimate theater built by dancers for dance. See emerging and established dance artists from acclaimed domestic and international companies including Camille A. Brown & Dancers, COMPLEXIONS Contemporary Ballet and Dorrance Dance.
⏱ 1 hour 10 minutes with no intermission
😷 Masks required
Explore nature and art on a unique floating green space on the Hudson River.
* Enjoy diverse horticulture, welcoming seating lawns, winding paths leading to spectacular views, and a variety of spaces for performing arts, relaxation and play. Make music on a variety of percussion installations and play with a spinning optical illusion.
* Restrooms…More info
The newly designed play area features a giant, multi-colored, one-of-a-kind, Robinia wood pipefish plus water features incorporating limestone cattle head sculptures reclaimed from historic meatpacking district business New York Butchers’ Dressed Meat Company.More info