CMA Stories

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

CMA and WNET team up for Camp TV, a new one-hour public television series that brings the day camp experience to children nationwide. Read more

CMA staff compiles an ongoing list of resources for children and families. Read more

Although we can't experience CMA in-person at the moment, we can reflect on our favorite CMA exhibitions and use inquiry-based methods to examine artworks. Read more

Use CMA's Permanent Collection as inspiration to explore the wonders of our natural world. Read more

Let's go to space! Explore this week's How-To Projects. Read more

CMA's Associate Director of Programming, Raquel Du Toit, reads aloud from her favorite children's books. Read more

You can often find Teaching Artist Ian Faria behind the Clay Bar! Read on as Ian shares his two favorite at-home art projects. Read more

From tie-dye flowers to upcycled kites, learn five simple art projects you can do at home. Read more

Nina Boesch is a Brooklyn-based mom, designer, artist and founder of Stay Home. Reach Out, a global kindness activity that allows strangers to write each other postcards from all over the world! Read more

Jewelry designer and painter Brady Legler's latest project, Color My Abstract World, draws on his past work at CMA to provide creative at-home art activities for children. Read more

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