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Children's Museum of the Arts
March 07, 2008, April 04, 2008, May 02, 2008, June 06, 2008

Poets House and the Children's Museum of the Arts invite you and your children to wile away the first Friday afternoon of each month at CMA's open studios, featuring a veritable musical chairs of A

October 20, 2007

October 20, 2007

Poet Cecilia Vicuña and children's author Richard Lewis offer a thought-provoking approach to the poetics of play, based on Vicuña's successful writing workshops i

I Catch My Moment book cover
October 20, 2007

Based on his new book, I Catch My Moment: Art and Writing by Children on the Life of Play, Richard Lewis presents a series of writing and drawing exercises that celebrate

September 29, 2007

September 29, 2007

Robert Warner invites us to enter the inky wonderland of letterpress printing with a show-and-tell of typographical materials and a chance to make our own poetic collages.

May 19, 2007

May 19, 2007

The Touchstone Center Theatre Ensemble will transform the World Financial Center into a place of wonderment, beginning with inspired readings of poetry written by children (accompa

May 05, 2007

May 05, 2007

The popular author of Each Sky Has Its Own Words and A Tree Lives, Richard Lewis invites us into a magical moment of listening, in which the sounds of seashells a

April 07, 2007

Once Around the Sun book cover
April 07, 2007

Bobbi Katz, the author of A Rumpus of Rhymes: A Book of Noisy Poems and editor of the award-winning Pocket Poems, will read from her latest book, Once Around

February 10, 2007

February 10, 2007

Join us for a heartwarming Poets House tradition, the screening of Albert Lamorisse's immortal film The Red Balloon (1956), followed by the creation of our own floating valentines.

December 09, 2006

December 09, 2006

Chris Raschka, award-winning author and artist, will prove to us that he can draw just about anything.

November 18, 2006

November 18, 2006

Even the simplest things of the earth can open up whole worlds in the imagination: a pebble or a stone.

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