CMA Stories

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

  • Posted in News
  • on June 3, 2020
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Read CMA's statement to families regarding ongoing events surrounding racial injustice and police brutality. Read more

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

Support CMA by purchasing a ticket to this year's New York International Children's Film Festival. Read more

CMA teams up with The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation for Albers for Kids, a new online educational initiative for young artists of all ages. Read more

Read CMA's update to families regarding the Coronavirus outbreak. Read more

CMA announces the appointment of artist, educator, and curator Seth Cameron as Executive Director. Read more

CMA is pleased to announce the election of three new members to the Board of Directors: Alexandra Sorokolit Frankel, Rico Gatson, and Katherine Salyi. Read more

CMA has been located in downtown Manhattan since our founding in 1988, so we know the neighborhood! Learn about our favorite neighborhood spots within walking distance of the museum, including sweet treats at Dominique Ansel Bakery, larger-than-life murals at City-as-School, skyline views at Hudson River Park, and much more. Read more

Throughout the month of October, nine CMA Teaching Artists will set up residence at our house on Governors Island to further develop their own studio practices. Meet the residents below and join them at open studios on Governors Island on Saturday, October 26! Read more

The Open House school visited CMA recently to learn about our exhibition, Scale: Possibilities of Perspective. Teaching Artist Ciara Ruddock led the group through the gallery... Read more

As the school year comes to a close, so does our semester of Young Artist Kollective, our after school mentorship program for tweens age 12 - 15. This spring, YAK tweens have been busy learning various techniques and experimenting with process based work. Read more

British artist Ian Berry created The Secret Garden to be a place of wonder and imagination. Each detail is created from layers and layers of denim. Read more

  • Posted in News
  • on November 28, 2017
CMA X Brooklyn Cloth for Giving Tuesday

For Giving Tuesday, Children's Museum of the Arts teamed up with Brooklyn Cloth to create a Limited Edition Capsule Collection. 100% of proceeds go to CMA. Read more

stART Arts Teaching Artist Kathleen Armenti has been creating art with toddlers at CMA for over two years now. Her singing voice shines at music time, and her creativity inspires children while they build with blocks, collage and paint.
Outside of CMA, Kathleen has been working on a solo cabaret show where she performs as the character Sadness from the beloved family movie Inside Out. Read more

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