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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.
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
We're giving kids the agency to participate in the wider world of art at every level. Read more
CMA Artist-Educator Frank Traynor brings his experimental educational program No School to Abrons Arts Center for Spring Break April Fools camp. Read more
Join our Earth Day Printmaking Workshop on Saturday, April 23. Read more
Dive into themes of peace with these seven children's books. Read more
Tune into a conversation between CMA's Duneska Michel and visual artist and educator Nanette Carter. Read more
Artist-Educator in Residence Ciana Malchione compiles her favorite children's books in honor of Women's History Month. Read more
This multi-part exhibition, organized by Children's Museum of the Arts and ArtBridge, features artwork by New York City children. Read more
Our new video series invites Black contemporary artists to reflect on their favorite childhood books. Read more
Did you know that our neighborhood was home to a 9-story candy factory? Read more