Make art, spread peace. This free annual family festival fills the museum with art, music, performances, and more.
- Enjoy an interactive musical storytelling session with Baba the Storyteller.
- Celebrate the rich history of protest quilts by making your own with Diedrick Brackens.
- Make wishes for our planet and cast them into a giant fishing net with Carolina Caycedo.
- Make a garden that moves with Beatriz Cortez.
- Make a print with Olga Koumoundouros that celebrates your neighborhood and community.
- Get in the groove with Lula Washington Youth Dance Ensemble and celebrate family through dance and culture.
- Make a song book about solidarity with Public Fiction, in collaboration with Camille Mackler, Director of Immigration Legal Policy at New York Immigration Coalition (NYIC).
- Join Shizu Saldamando in tracing a portrait of your loved one and declaring what makes them special.
- Experience an interactive puppetry performance full of fantasy and funnies with Audrey Densmore and Jared Ramirez.
- Help Comfort Campaign and Miry’s List make welcome signs and drawings for newly arrived refugee children.
- Hear youth from Street Poets, Inc. harness the healing power of poetry.
- Music courtesy of Wild Dreams.
- Spread cotton candy love with LoveSwirls.
- Enjoy the guitar and ukulele tunes of Noah James & Brendan Brandt.
This free program is not ticketed.
Parking is available under the museum. There is a $6 flat rate on weekends. Cash only.