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CMA joined Hudson River Park on Pier 84 for their Science on the River Festival! Visitors worked on an eco-art installation project and collaborated on a big animation project with our Media Lab Teaching Artists.

Thanks to Organic Valley for all the healthy and delicious snacks they provide!

Taking architecture to a new level...

A Fine Arts Illustration class on a field trip to The Museum of Natural History.

Clay, wire and fabric dragon made in the Art Colony Media Lab at CMA.

Some of the beautiful work captured at the Spring Benefit Fashion Shoot.

This art slam got teens scratching and learning how to mix their own tunes.

Costumes provided by the lovely Misaki Kawai - our spring exhibition artist.

Glow in the dark paint!? Honorary Co-Chairs Julianna Margulies & Keith Lieberthal, Julie & Paul Rudd, Meg Ryan, Brooke Shields & Chris Henchy hosted the Children’s Museum of the Arts’ Spring Benefit 2012, Imagined Worlds on Sunday, May 6 from 12-6 PM. This event raised crucial funds to support expanding capacity at the museum.

June 9, 2012 was CMA's Your Night at the Museum. The event benefited the Stripes program which provides a monthly opportunity at CMA for children with autism.

CMA's Ball Pond has always been a big hit.

Children’s Museum of the Arts and NYU Langone Medical Center’s Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine brought kids together to collaborate. And at the end of their time together they made their very own stamp-yearbooks.

Getting dirty @ Governors Island.

CMA's home on Governors Island.

CMA @ Governors Island.

CMA @ Governors Island.

CMA @ Governors Island.

Founded in October 1988 by Kathleen Schneider, the Children’s Museum of the Arts is one of the oldest children’s art museums in the world. The Museum has been located in the Manhattan neighborhood of SoHo since its inception. The Museum employs an artist-in-residence format whereby teaching artists work directly with children and their families. CMA is a nonprofit institution. (Image: by Junenoire Mitchell).

A DAY AT CMA: Come spend a day at CMA's new 2,000 sq. foot space in SoHo and explore the variety of workshops to find the artist in you! (Image: by Hannah Sawhney).

CLASSES: CMA offers a wide range of age-appropriate classes in both media-making and fine art mediums. Taught by our team of professional teaching artists, these courses will encourage your young artist to express their creativity while developing a technical skill set. (Image: by Hannah Sawhney).

CLASSES: CMA offers a wide range of age-appropriate classes in both media-making and fine art mediums. Taught by our team of professional teaching artists, these courses will encourage your young artist to express their creativity while developing a technical skill set. (Image: by Hannah Sawhney).

ART FOR ALL: Our community programs provide an inclusive artistic environment for children and families regardless of means or ability, to create, learn about and enjoy art in a recreational setting. (Image: CMA Permanent Collection).

BIRTHDAYS: Have a fun and festive art-filled celebration with your child and friends! (Image: by CMA).

SCHOOLS: CMA welcomes group visits to the museum as well as provides in-school residencies in your classroom. (Image: by CMA).

SPECIAL EVENTS: Stop by the museum for one of our special events and check in with us frequently to see what's coming next! (Image: by Hannah Sawhney).