Check out the big smailes from all of the fun we had!
Happy May Day! Summer will be here before you know it. Join CCA this year for June Art Adventures Summer Camp and experience contemporary art in a whole new way.
Our camps engage and inspire through exciting hands-on creative activities and material exploration! With this longer time spent, there is ample time to dive into learning and fun through art and the artists of NYC.
Monday-Thursday is at All Souls Church with daily easel painting + inspiring 2D & 3D larger scale art processes, free choice art stations, group murals and directed sketching time for older kids. They work on several pieces per day, with varying mediums. Fridays are at the Met.
Click here to join today!
We love when Art Adventures inspires students to continue to create art at home! After our tour of Picasso Black & White at the Guggenheim, Emily created a book reflecting her enjoyment of the tour.
Check out her amazing illustrations and book your tour today. Thank you for sharing with us, Emily!
Museum Adventures loves the art museum guards! On one of our recent visits to the Guggenheim Museum of Art, Museum Adventures kids and adults enjoyed the Picasso Black and White exhibit lead by Claire Munday.
“The guards are always interested in what we are doing, the projects we work on and they share such wonderful stories! For example, it was a curious guard that told me a great story about Picasso while I was building the lesson plan. He said that when Picasso would go to a restaurant, he would take the insides of the soft french bread and begin rolling and shaping it into sculpture while waiting for his food! Having such busy hands and always having to be making art would certainly explain why Picasso has so many pieces.” ~ Claire
To read the New York Times interview with museum guards, click here. We recommend it.