MCNY Kids Create: Looking Close and Building Tiny with the Stettheimer Dollhouse
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Combine art and engineering in this virtual intergenerational STEAM education program as you draw inspiration from the famous Stettheimer dollhouse to design your own miniature world.
Learn about the life of the dollhouse’s creator, Carrie Stettheimer, and the vibrant community of artists that gathered in her home in NYC to share their creativity. Experiment with recycled materials to create your own miniature dollhouse room in a live art-making activity.
Recommended for ages 7 and older, and all ages are welcome! Sessions are intergenerational and family members are encouraged to join and participate together.
How it Works:
Sessions are live taught and interactive in a virtual setting that balances active engagement and privacy. Programs are presented as webinars. You will be able to send questions, comments, and observations via the chat feature to the educators, but participants will not use cameras or mics and will not be visible on screen.
Student Artwork Submission
Participants are invited to submit photos of artwork created during or after a MCNY Kids Create virtual program to be considered for a student gallery of work on the Museum of the City of New York’s website. To send in a submission, please fill out the Student Artwork Permission Form and email a signed copy to email@example.com along with a digital image of the student’s artwork.
- tape, glue, or stapler
- pencil or pen
- milk cartons*
- cereal boxes*
- paper towel tubes
- cardboard boxes
- small yogurt containers*
- colorful paper
- fabric scraps
- hot glue
- your favorite crafting supplies
*Be sure to clean out any food from recycled materials beforehand.
STEAM Education @ MCNY
Explore the connections between history, art, and the sciences in intergenerational programs at the Museum of the City of New York. This program is part of our STEAM education offerings, where you can use the tools of science, technology, engineering, art, and math (STEAM) to understand our city’s past, present, and future. Participate in hands-on learning activities and make exciting connections between topics from music to fashion, sports to activism.