Drop-in Family Programs

Young children and adults of different races, gather around two tables covered with blue butcher paper and art supplies. They are collaging with scissors, glue sticks, and a clear reflective paper that comes in a variety of colors.

Photo: Kuo Heng-Huang

The Queens Museum invites artists, thinkers, and makers of all ages along with their families to participate in free drop-in programs and workshops centering exhibition themes through the exploration of various art mediums including but not limited to drawing, sculpture, collage, printmaking, craft, and storytelling. 


Spring and Summer Family Day dates to come.


On the first weekend of every month, the Queens Museum also provides ArtAccess family workshops for children, teens, and adults with disabilities to engage with their peers and explore artistic interests through art-making at the Museum. Free with advanced registration.


Museum Explorers (recommended for ages 8-12)
Monthly on the first Saturday and Sunday from 11:30am-1:00pm


Open Studio for Teens and Adults
Monthly on the first Saturday and Sunday from 2:00-4:00pm


Family Programming at the Queens Museum is supported by the Lily Auchincloss Foundation, The Milton and Sally Avery Arts Foundation, and Maspeth Federal Savings.