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Tuesday, February 9
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Learn about notable New Yorkers through their portraits, then try your hand at pencil sketching as you practice with a live model.
Learn about the Civil Rights movement in New York City, make a paper doll activist, and outfit it with a message for change.
Design your own flower pot and plant a seed to take home with enough time for it to blossom by the 46th annual Earth Day! Program designed for children ages 2–4.
Ring in the Year of the Monkey with us! Learn about traditional practices and stories of the holiday, enjoy a special snack, and make a lantern to take home.
Join us for this performance as part of the 28th annual New York Sword Dance Festival, bringing an ancient winter celebration to life.
Explore antique jewelry from the Gilded Age and create your own bedazzled greeting card to share with a loved one.
Make your own teddy bear during this Presidents' Day-themed event.
Make a painting inspired by our Daze exhibition, and learn how to fit and stretch your own canvas.
Jog, jump, limbo and sketch your way through a “mini-marathon” to learn about some of the runners who participate in the New York City Marathon.
Enjoy performances and lessons from The Harlem Swing Dance Society, storytelling, mural making, and tasty cooking demonstration by local Harlem chefs!
Join us to explore the art of silhouette portraits, and trace and cut out your own profile to create a striking silhouette!
March is Women’s History Month! Learn about activists like Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and Frances Perkins, then outfit a paper doll for a suffragist rally.
See the puppets used in Yiddish theaters of the Lower East Side a century ago, then make your own puppet to tell your New York story.