The Whitney Museum of American Art has tried to be kid-friendly for years. This fall in addition to the regular stroller tours and family fun workshops they are cultivating the next generation of connoisseurs by hosting family exhibit openings. We're especially excited about the opening of Modern Life: Edward Hopper and His Time exhibit.
Kids will adore trying to make up storeis about Hopper's pictures--each one is like a mini movie-so inspiring for imaginative kids.
The event will also feature Charles LeDray and his "workworkworkworkwork." Works by Hopper and LeDray range from oil paintings to small and large-scale sculptural installations. Families can participate in interactive tours or may explore the galleries on their own. Snacks will be served! Awesome. You live in NYC. Make sure you take advantage of these opportunities. For more on other family events go here http://whitney.org/Education/Families Event is recommended for kids ages 6 to 12 and their parents.
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945 Madison Avenue
Free w/ admission. Museum is FREE for kids 18 & under; $18 pp for adults.
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