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CMA is a non-profit art museum that unites children and artists to create and share ambitious works of art with their communities and the world.
CMA’s free Community Programs bring outstanding arts education to children and families in NYC.
CMA's Residency for Experimental Arts Education receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts. Read more
Explore titles by Nana Ekua Brew-Hammond, Faith Ringgold, Tom Feelings, and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie in a new reading list compiled by Black creators. Read more
CMA's Duneska Michel and artist Praise Fuller discuss "Tar Beach" by Faith Ringgold and Ringgold's recent retrospective at the New Museum. Read more
Explore titles by Guy Debord, bell hooks, and Legacy Russell in Devin Kenny's reading list. Read more
CMA's Duneska Michel and artist Tiffany Baker discuss "Good Night Stories For Rebel Girls: 100 Real-Life Tales of Black Girl Magic" and Baker's recent forays into the world of children's book illustration. Read more
We're kicking off the Florida edition of our exhibition entirely created, priced, and sold by children. Read more
We're bringing spooky back to Lower Manhattan through our annual Halloween Block Party and partnership with the Village Halloween Parade. Read more
CMA is closing our Hudson Square facility and partnering with Trinity to create full year after-school open studio for Artists-in-Residence and Lower Manhattan high school students. Read more
Little Artists: Selections from CMA's Permanent Collection is on view at Ace Hotel Brooklyn through September 29, 2022. Read more
The exhibition features sculptures & short films by Walker in collaboration with CMA Artist-Educator Resident Frank Traynor. Read more
Meet Ingrid Romero, Clare Kambhu, and Miguel Braceli. Read more
Camp TV returns for a third season! Read more
CMA's Residency for Experimental Arts Education continues into its second year. Read more
With your help, we successfully pulled off the first experiential exhibition of new artworks created, priced, and sold entirely by children. Read more
Tune into a conversation between CMA's Duneska Michel and artist Dana Davenport. Read more