Children’s Museum of the Arts is a nonprofit
arts museum that aims to introduce the transformative power of the
arts to all children and their families. CMA’s staff of professional
artists guide and mentor young artists ages 10 months to 15 years
through fun and advanced art projects in professionally equipped
studios, across a variety of techniques and mediums, including
printing, drawing, painting, weaving, sewing, photography, animation,
film-making, editing, sculpting, graphic novel, and many more!
CMA’s day-long art camps offer kids an opportunity to unleash their
creativity through paint, sculpture, animation, drawing, and more! All
classes are led by practicing artists trained and experienced in
teaching art-making to children. Camps are held during school holidays
and summer vacation — perfect for working parents! Learn more.
After School Art Classes:
Extend learning beyond the classroom during the school year with
CMA’s after school art classes. Through a weekly, immersive arts
class, children develop a portfolio of work over the course of a
semester that explores a range of materials and art-making techniques.
CMA’s After School program is both a fun and educational way to unwind
after the school day. Learn more.
GirlStories is a free mentorship and art-making program for girls
age 12 - 15. The group explores animation, filmmaking, graphic arts,
and meets with women artists in New York City. Learn more.
Badges: Drawing, Painting, Book Artist, Textile Artist, Outdoor Art
Explorer, Digital Movie Maker, Comic Artist, Digital Photographer