Children and Families Programs

Programs for children and families are offered every Sunday at 1PM, starting in May and running through November. These hands-on experiences are created and led by artists, conservators, arts educators, and environmental educators. Participants of all ages are welcome in these drop-in workshops—no registration is required, 2017 children and families programs begin Sunday, May 7, at 1PM.

Sunday, May 7: From Earth to Sky
Sunday, May 14: AGRISCULPTURE + David Smith
Sunday, May 21: Ladybug Release
Sunday, May, 28: Tour with Wally McGuire
Sunday, June 4: Hervé Tullet
Sunday, June 11: Making Monochromes
Sunday, June 18: Branch Sculptures 
Sunday, June 25: Tree ID
Sunday, July 2 @12PM: BioBus + Storm King
Sunday, July 9: Imagined Spaces
Sunday, July 16: Sun Prints
Sunday, July 23: Meadow Mazes
Sunday, July 30: Feathered Friends

Sunday, August 6: Watercolor Painting
Sunday, August 13: Tour with Wally McGuire
Sunday August 20: What’s All the Buzz About?
Sunday August 27: Grass Bouquets
Sunday September 3: Working With White
Sunday September 10: The Roof Over Our Heads
Sunday September 17: Tour with Wally McGuire
Sunday September 24: Monarch Butterfly Tag and Release
Sunday October 1: AGRISCULTPTURE + David Smith
Sunday October 8: Farming Fun
Sunday October 15: Digging Deep: Uncovering the Landscape
Sunday October 22: Building with Balloons
RESCHEDULED Saturday October 28: Pumpkins and Painted Faces
CANCELLED Sunday October 29: Spin Art Sculptures
Sunday November 5: Biomorphic Sculpture
Sunday November 12: Edgy Egineering

Support for exhibition-related programming is provided by Agnes Gund and the Sidney E. Frank Foundation. Special thanks to the Goldie Anna Charitable Trust. Artist talks are made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

Children and families program led by artist Luke Stettner as part of the Outlooks series, July 2015.