Walk through a large, illuminated, stained glass-like house dubbed “Bombora House,” surrounded by smaller “satellite” house-shaped sculptures. Interact with it via text, prompting a unique programmed light reaction. The latest installment of Tom Fruin’s Icon series of everyday objects reimagined and reinterpreted in steel, colored acrylic glass, and specialized lighting.
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Take virtual private lessons in everything from voice, piano, dance, ballet, yoga, flute, cello, violin, improv, and more with professionally trained sitters, some of whom happen to be Broadway veterans and stars. Get top-notch training while supporting the arts community whose livelihood has been deeply affected by COVID-19.More Info
Explore cool areas of mathematics not covered in school and stoke the flames for a lifelong appreciation of mathematics. Daily sessions are available for grades pre-K through 12 on topics such as Shape Shifters and Crazy Dice.
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Learn about history in real-time with New-York Historical Society educators on Zoom. Lessons are content-based and inquiry-driven, featuring images and historical documents from the museum’s collections using shared PowerPoint presentations.
Grade levels vary by day with grades K-12. Themes include The People of New York, Exploring Black History and History of American Protest. Great lesson…More Info
Join live virtual art-making classes with Guggenheim educators. Explore images of the museum’s architecture, artwork from the museum’s permanent collection and special exhibitions. Includes guided dialogue around a selection of artworks and process-oriented art-making projects focus on a new theme each week. Kids will be encouraged to continue working independently after the class. All are…More Info
Join New-York Historical Society to commemorate Kamala Harris’ inauguration as the first female Vice President with our historical interpreters as they explore how Geraldine Ferraro helped pave the way in 1984. Learn more about the role of the Vice President and test your knowledge during an exciting round of trivia. Come to the museum another time…More Info
Travel to places real and imagined in works of art with MoMA educators. Kids can use their senses, their bodies, and drawing materials to explore the artwork of Betye Saar, Vincent van Gogh, and others.
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Activate a specially curated set of high-quality art materials, shipped directly to your home, in six live online sessions with Guggenheim educators through virtual museum visits and art activities designed to encourage creativity and art-making.
The January-February kit focuses on collage; kid includes paper-patterning scissors, washi tape, special stickers, glitter glue, a smock and much…More Info
This family-friendly, interactive, virtual theater experience turns your home into a rocket ship to launch kids into their dreams. Unique, kid-driven comedy and music from the Story Pirates create a new kind of bedtime ritual.
Tony Award Nominee Lilli Cooper guides adventurers through three different enchanting virtual experiences, adapted from stories written by real kids…More Info
Meet a new instrument each week and learn the fundamentals of rhythm and timbre, all in a relaxed and inviting atmosphere. Dance, sing, and clap along with professional musicians playing to sing-along favorites, Bach, Mozart, and more. Meet the violin, viola, cello, piano, french horn, trombone, trumpet, clarinet, and other orchestra instruments.
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