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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.
Celebrate Valentine's Day by showing affection for the friends, coworkers, neighbors, educators, and pets that bring joy to our lives. Read more
We're sharing the love for our New York City community with families near and far. Read more
Artist-Educator in Residence Ciana Malchione shares festive Thanksgiving art projects for the whole family to enjoy. Read more
Artist-Educator in Residence Ciana Malchione shares spooky Halloween art projects for the whole family to enjoy. Read more
We're returning for a second season of WNET's Camp TV! Read more
Join the launch of NYPL's all-new Summer Learning program with a kickoff program of arts, crafts, dance, and music. Read more
Create your own miniature clothesline inspired by CMA 2021 Art Auction artist Francesca DiMattio. Read more
Use the size and shape of your own hand to create at-home art project inspired by CMA 2021 Art Auction artist Julia Kunin. Read more
Add a little greenery to your life with an at-home art project inspired by CMA 2021 Art Auction artist Daniele Frazier. Read more
Watch a video of actor Denis O'Hare reading "Monster Dance," then follow along as Guy Gilchrist shows us how to draw the story's beloved monsters. Read more
See the world a little differently with at-home art project inspired by CMA 2021 Art Auction artist Cindy Sherman. Read more
Enjoy an at-home art project inspired by CMA 2021 Art Auction artist Faith Ringgold. Read more
CMA welcomes 2021 by examining the role of leadership in art and our communities. Read more
Check out our guide to encourage positive reflections from children (and adults!) as we approach the end of this year. Read more
CMA's Election Day Guide is designed to guide children through uncertainty and prompt meaningful discussion on how to be an active and responsible citizen. Read more