CMA provides art therapy trained facilitators to use the arts to repair bonds and communication among families navigating the child welfare system.
CMA provides teaching artists with a social justice practice to lead arts education programs to children living in transitional housing.
CMA partners with service organizations to provide culturally-informed art practitioners to support families experiencing hardship for social-emotional empowerment.
CMA partners with cultural organizations to provide monthly performances and art workshops to celebrate the cultural diversity of families in NYC.
CMA offers free family art experiences throughout NYC including Governors Island
Group Visits to CMA allow schools and camps to experience a personalized museum visit led by CMA Teaching Artists. Visits incorporate inquiry-based learning and give students the opportunity to both view and make art.
CMA’s school partnerships (Pre-K – 12th Grade), are led by professional teaching artists. The museum works hand-in-hand with schools to integrate the arts in classrooms, using project-based learning to creatively bridge disciplines.
CMA provides hands-on professional development workshops for administrators, educators, parents, and caregivers.
Free weekend art classes, tours and camp for children with an Autism Spectrum Disorder and those with Physical Disabilities and their families.
CMA’s Art for All initiative provides any child with a disability and their caregiver free admission to the museum during general public hours.
Untitled Farunka Sinaovic Age 11
A World with Peace Jerry Manqual Age 12 USA
Untitled Dada Sorlina and Maida Canbegovic Ages 7 and 4
Andres Bonifacio Elementary School Rhyz Leo T
Untitled Guy Hemlock Age 10 USA
Black Water and White Leyla Denton Candew
Untitled Nicole Brunner
Cassie Shenandoah Age 10 USA
Coleman Sarah Age 7