Creative activities weekends inspired by the
Museum’s collections and exhibitions,
led by Junior
Docents and art and science professionals.
Ages 7+, can be adapted for younger children.
Spring Artists in Residence
Spring Art Projects designed and led by Janny Gedeon and
Karen Orloff from
ArchForKids each Sunday
February 7, March 6,
and April 3. Led by
Junior Docents other
encourages students to discover architectural design.
Bridges from pre-drawn
plans—the Bridge of
the Americas and the
Centennial Bridge, which
span the Pan-American
Highway that joins North
and South America.
Dr. John Waldman, a Queens College biology professor
and expert on North American fish, designed the
Museum’s spring Science Projects that explore the life
cycle and habitats of Hudson River fish. Work with
Dr. Waldman Saturdays on February 6, March 5,
and April 2.
Make a Watery Story Wheel, a collage from
fragments that show the life cycle of a Hudson River fish
and other river organisms.