For kids ages 7–10
Join us for our first-ever art camp! During mid-winter break, kids can spend the week at the Whitney, looking, learning, and making art. $525 per child for the week.
Listen to an audio guide highlighting selected works in Frank Stella: A Retrospective with narration by students from PS 33 Chelsea Prep and Whitney Museum educator Mark Joshua Epstein.
Inspired by the movement, forms, and colors in Frank Stella’s work, Brooklyn-based artist McKendree Key designed a large-scale marble run. For Key, Stella’s work often seems like a journey for the eye; the marble run echoed this concept. Families were invited to interact, play, and experiment with it, creating a physical experience related to Stella’s paintings.
The Whitney invites families with kids on the autism spectrum for a sensory-friendly guided gallery tour before the Museum opens to the public. Families create their own works of art in a hands-on studio activity. Check back soon for additional information.