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Queens Museum Family Programs
The Queens Museum invites artists, thinkers, and makers of all ages along with their families to participate in a variety of programs and workshops centering exhibition themes and various art mediums including drawing, sculpting, collage, printmaking, craft, and storytelling.
Join us for drop-in art-making workshops onsite at Queens Museum through June!
Weekend Honoring Caretakers of All Kinds
Saturday, May 28 & Sunday, May 29
Visit the Queens Museum for a weekend of artmaking inspired by and honoring those people who care for us. We will join efforts with Frontline Arts, an organization that connects communities through art practices based on papermaking and printmaking.The paper used during the workshops was handmade from medical uniforms, sheets and pillowcases by healthcare workers, patients and the migrant community of Queens as they shared their dreams and stories during the pandemic.
Saturday, May 28th
12:30pm- 2:30pm: Part of the Mother’s Celebration: An Opportunity to Honor Caretakers of All Kinds featuring Frontline Arts’ printmaking workshop, collective sculpture and floor murals.
Sunday, May 29th
12:00pm-1:00pm: Join our multilingual storytellers to learn about stories of caretakers from around the world, followed by a collaborative floor mural project.
1:00pm-2:00pm: Frontline Arts’ printmaking workshop.
Open Studio Workshop
Saturday, June 4 & Sunday, June 5
From 11:30am-1:00pm families are welcome to explore a variety of art mediums and creative projects inspired by our current exhibitions.
Contact us at email@example.com to join our mailing list and learn about upcoming activities and workshops.
Check out our Family Workshop Guide for fun activities to try at home.