Our World Cultures Residencies integrate storytelling, artifact observations and art through an exploration of different times and places. These programs are designed to support NYC Social Studies thematic strands in culture, time, continuity and change, people, places and environments and global connections.
Our S.T.E.A.M. residencies employ object observation and hands-on experiments to inspire students to better understand the physical world around them, and solve complex problems using creative and critical thinking.
Bring an artist to your classroom! Artist-in-Residence units support students’ creativity and nurture a love of the arts. Using a variety of mixed media, students explore the formal elements of line, shape, color, form, texture and more.
The Museum's Early Childhood Residencies help pre-school aged children learn early classroom skills through art, storytelling and circle time. All workshops support the New York State Pre-Kindergarten Foundation for the Common Core.