It only takes one voice to make a change. Families are invited to explore how together our voices can make a difference. Explore changes in sound and space through music, architecture, sign language, movement, and the natural world.
This program is geared towards toddlers and children up to 12 years old.
Schedule of Events:
Storytime in American Sign Language
Especially for toddlers
Dr. Gary Wellbrock and Onudeah (Oni) Nicolarakis will perform an interactive story time in American Sign Language. Families of all abilities are encouraged to attend this performance and learn new words and phrases in ASL.
11:30am–12pm & 12:30–1pm
Classically trained violinist Mathew Silvera (MattViolinist) will perform a variety of songs from traditional pieces to pop songs to Calypso. He lives by the motto that music is a powerful tool that brings people from various cultures and walks of life together.
ArchForKids Art Making
Art making is appropriate for families of all ages and abilities. Children with special needs are encouraged to come make art with us.
What do music and architecture have in common? Make a 3D tessellation and patterning project that draws on the things that connect the two: rhythm, harmony, proportion, pattern, and dynamics.
Each month, artists from Superhero Clubhouse will create an installation to transform our space based on our monthly theme. Look for surprises on every corner — they pop up for one day only!
Learn about plants from a High Line Gardener! Each month we will have a new, hands-on activity based on our theme. Families will also be able to observe and touch our worms!
All children must be attended by a caregiver at all times.
This program is held rain or shine.
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