CMA Stories

With your help, we successfully pulled off the first experiential exhibition of new artworks created, priced, and sold entirely by children. Read more

Dive into themes of peace with these seven children's books. 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

Enjoy an at-home art project inspired by CMA 2021 Art Auction artist Faith Ringgold. Read more

CMA's Permanent Collection of children's artwork is on view as part of "Ulrike Müller and Amy Zion: The Conference of the Animals" at The Queens Museum. 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

Celebrate the natural world, and our place within it, with these artworks for sale on Artsy. Read more

Do you have a favorite past exhibition at CMA? Bring the classroom into your home by examining popular artworks from past exhibitions using critical thinking skills! Read more

As we all spend more time at home, investigate how different artists think about what home means to them. Read more

Embrace spring with these six floral (and fruity) artworks for sale on Artsy. Read more

Add to your collection — or start a new one! — by purchasing from a selection of CMA artworks available on Artsy. Read more

Looking closely at works of art allows children to make observations and opens their imaginations to creatively interpret what they see. Read more

You may recognize Lucia Hierro's artwork from our current Home Sweet Home: Is a Home a Sanctuary? exhibition. Familiarize yourself with Lucia's artwork and try your hand at creating your own! Read more

For the month of February, we are highlighting museums and organizations that focus on community and identity as they relate to our current gallery exhibition, "Home Sweet Home: Is a Home a Sanctuary?" Read more

Artist Letha Wilson talks with CMA about her love for Joshua Tree National Park, her childhood in Colorado, and how she now considers her studio to be her "home." Read more

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