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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.
With your help, we successfully pulled off the first experiential exhibition of new artworks created, priced, and sold entirely by children. 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
Thank you for helping CMA bring Halloween back to the community. Read more
Join us on Saturday, October 30 for a Halloween Block Party and Costume Celebration in Spring Street Park. Read more
Welcome Ciana Malchione, Tati Nguyen, and Frank Traynor! Read more
This new residency underscores CMA’s new vision for experimental arts education through hands-on activities for residents and children. Read more
Your artwork could be featured in the second issue of Mishou! Read more
We're returning for a second season of WNET's Camp TV! Read more
Bid of four artworks from the CMA archive during Artsy's latest benefit auction. Read more
We're launching an all-ages art publication with a celebratory event on Sunday, June 13 in Washington Square Park. 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
With your vital support, we will be able to create a full season of The Look Make Show, helping to teach kids around the world about art, creativity, and collaboration. Read more
CMA is pleased to announce the appointment of Fredrica Ford and Lisa Schiff to the Board of Directors. 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
Read CMA's statement on reopening. Read more