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You already know we're nuts about MoMA--it's our favorite large-scale museum. This summer there's a new reason to plan a visit--the Shape Lab.  Make discoveries about shape and art in MoMA's newest interactive space. In Shape Lab, it's all about the families can constructive play. And best of all, it's free with your admission.

Stop by the Lab before or after visiting MoMA’s galleries. The space is filled with interactive tools and furniture, educational toys, art books, and shape learning activities. The highlight is the multifunctional activity wall, which both communicates its message and functions as a fun learning game. Isn't is great to be able to touch things after LOOKING at all those pictures on the walls,

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MoMA Shape Lab

Now–August 30, 2010

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