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Things to Do with Kids in NYC this Weekend

Things to Do with Kids in NYC this Weekend

Plan your kids' best weekend yet in Manhattan!

Enjoy these fun things to do with your kids in New York City this weekend. Start planning your weekend now with our editorially curated list of happenings for kids and families.

*Be sure to call venues ahead of time to make sure events are still happening in the wake of COVID-19 concerns.*

There’s a lot to do this weekend with your family, whether you're planning a day trip that's close to New York City or are looking for the best things to do with kids in Manhattan this weekend. After all, weekends are the best because you get to spend time with your kids, so make the most of your time together and check out our picks for the best kid-friendly activities in Manhattan! From storytimes and concerts to museum exhibits, crafts activities, seasonal events, and more, you're sure to find something to do that keeps everyone happy and having fun. Look no further for ideas and plan your weekend in New York City with our guide that highlights the best family-friendly (virtual and in-person) events happening in and around your neighborhood, including family fun in Central Park, the Lower East Side, the Upper West Side, Harlem, Midtown, the Upper East Side, Greenwich Village, Battery Park, Bryant Park, Tribeca, the Bronx, and Lower Manhattan. You can also find weekend fun in ourBrooklynQueensLong IslandWestchester, and Rockland—and check out our Manhattan calendar for hundreds of things to do each month!

ONLINE Feathers of Fire--The Movie
WHEN: Jun. 4 - 4, Anytime
WHERE: Vimeo, 155 First Ave., New York, NY

"Feathers of Fire--The Movie" is an ingenious production of theater-on-film, conceived and directed by Hamid Rahmanian. It is intended for audiences aged 5 to 105. This film is a video version of "Feathers of Fire," the most elaborate shadow theater experience ever created, which was presented by BAM and other venues worldwide from 2016-2018 and won the UNIMA USA award for excellence in live performance and design. The plot is an action-packed tale of two star-crossed lovers of old Persia, based on a story from Shahnameh (the Persian Book of Kings). Zaul, an outcast albino boy, is brought up by a bird-goddess and grows up into a wise ruler. He enters into a forbidden love with Rudabeh, a princess who is the granddaughter of the dreaded Serpent King. Their young, impetuous romance survives many precarious adventures before they finally receive blessings for their union. When they ultimately have a child, it is Rostam, "the Hercules of Iran." Aspects of the story are reminiscent of "Romeo and Juliet," "Rapunzel," "The Firebird" and "Jungle Book." The piece is created and directed by Hamid Rahmanian, a 2014 Guggenheim fellowship-winning filmmaker/visual artist living in Brooklyn. It is endorsed by Francis Ford Coppola, who called the production "Fantastic! One of the greatest epics of all time and my favorite Shahnameh brought to life in a spectacular fashion by Hamid Rahmanian with shadow puppets design and cinematic wizardry."

WANT TO GO? $4.95. 212-924-0496.

WHEN: Aug. 11 - 11, 8:30am-5pm, daily
WHERE: Castle Clinton, Battery Park, New York, NY
WHAT: A trip on Statue Cruises to Liberty Island allows individuals to enjoy Liberty Island with plenty of outdoor space to safely explore the island and the spectacular views of New York Harbor. WANT TO GO? $19.25; $14 seniors 62 and older; $9 children 4-12 years; free for children three years and younger. 877-523-9849.

ONLINE New Victory Arts Break: Explore a World of Arts [VIRTUAL] FREE
WHEN: Oct. 19 - May. 1, Any time (pre-recorded)
WHERE: New Victory Theater, 229 W42nd Street, New York, NY
AGES: 5-8, Adult

Explore the arts at home! New Victory Arts Break offers ideas for teachers and families to incorporate performing arts into their online learning. Each week will focus on a different art form with a selection of free activities for kids guided by New Victory Teaching Artists. In the special "Explore a World of Arts" series, New Victory travels from continent to continent, visiting the international artists who have appeared on the New Victory stage to see what creativity, culture and community look like where they live.

WANT TO GO? 646-223-3010.

IN PERSON Ice Skating at the Bank of America Winter Village
WHEN: Oct. 31 - Mar. 28, 8am-10pm, daily
WHERE: Bryant Park, 40th Street between Fifth and Sixth avenues, Midtown, NY

Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park is Manhattan’s winter wonderland where you can enjoy New York City’s only free admission ice skating rink. The whole family will enjoy skating outdoors! Advanced reservations are required.

WANT TO GO? Admission is free; $21-$36, skate rental. 212-768-4242.

IN PERSON The Rink at Brookfield Place
WHEN: Nov. 10 - Apr. 4, Mondays-Fridays, 2-9:15pm; Saturdays-Sunday and Holidays, 9am-10pm
WHERE: Brookfield Place, 230 Vesey St. , Financial District, NY
WHAT: Skate on the 7,350 square-foot outdoor rink while enjoying the breathtaking views of the Hudson River and cityscape. WANT TO GO? $15 per hour; $5 skate rental; see website for more options. 212-978-1673.

IN PERSON Wollman Rink
WHEN: Nov. 30 - Mar. 31, Mondays and Tuesdays, 10am-2:30pm; Wednesdays-Saturdays, 10am-10pm; Sundays, 10am-9pm
WHERE: Central Park, 830 5th Ave., 59th Street and 6th Avenue, Upper Manhattan, NY

Situated in the heart of Manhattan at 59th Street and Sixth Avenue, the iconic Wollman Rink offers spectacular views of the NYC skyline and programs that cater to the entire family—ideal for visitors and local skating enthusiasts.

WANT TO GO? $19 weekends and holidays; $12 weekdays; $9 seniors weekends; $6 ages 11 and younger; $5 seniors weekdays; $10 skate rental. 212-439-6900.

IN PERSON and ONLINE 'Hollywood Dogs' Exhibit
WHEN: Jan. 6 - Apr. 11, Wednesdays-Sundays, 11am-6pm
WHERE: American Kennel Club Museum, 101 Park Ave, Midtown, NY
WHAT: Take a closer look at your favorite Hollywood dogs at this exhibit. WANT TO GO? $15; $10 seniors 65 and older, students 13-24, and active military; $5 children younger than 12; free for virtual tour. 212-696-8360.

IN PERSON Meet & Greet With The Animals
WHEN: Jan. 27 - Apr. 2, Mondays, 11:30am and 12:30pm; Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays, 11:30am; Wednesdays, 12:30pm
WHERE: The Art Farm, 403 E. 91st Street, 4th Floor , Upper East Side, NY
AGES: Newborn-5

Join The Art Farm for arts and crafts, limited playtime, storytime, and…live animals! Advanced registration required. 

WANT TO GO? $25 per session includes 1 adult per child. 917-757-7366.

WHEN: Feb. 3 - May. 22, Wednesdays and Saturdays, 12pm
WHERE: Bryant Park, 40th Street between Fifth and Sixth avenues, Midtown, NY
WHAT: Join the Bryant Park Jugglers throughout the year for a free juggling lesson! WANT TO GO? 212-768-4242.

WHEN: Feb. 19 - Mar. 14, Fridays, 5-7pm; Sundays, 1-4pm
WHERE: Brookfield Place, 230 Vesey St. , Financial District, NY

Studio BFPL returns in partnership with New York Chinese Cultural Center. Experience intimate, one-of-a-kind, live performances that are socially distant, within the indoor spaces of Brookfield Place. Up to six people who have traveled together can expect to be entertained for up to 15 minutes. Registration opens on the Monday before each show at 10 AM. Friday performances features the Dance China NY performers and Sundays feature singers Sun Wei, the principal performer of Guzheng of the Chinese National Orchestra in New York and Yang Wang, who plays the erhu and has performed at Lincoln Center, New York Carnegie Hall, and the Chinese National Center for Performing Arts. 

WANT TO GO? 212-978-1673.

IN PERSON Weekends with the Animals
WHEN: Feb. 27 - Mar. 20, Saturdays, 9:30-10:15am and 10:30-11:15am
WHERE: The Art Farm, 403 E. 91st Street, 4th Floor, Upper East Side, NY
AGES: Newborn-5

The Art Farm is offering a new, fun, safe, and interactive way to see the animals on the weekends! Reservations Required. Limited Capacity (10 children & 1 Adult per child). 

WANT TO GO? $25 per child; $5 adult . 917-757-7366.

IN PERSON Brave Art NY Creative Movement Dance Class
WHEN: Feb. 27 - Mar. 27, 10am, ages 3 and 4; 11am, ages 5 and 6
WHERE: Born Star Training Center, 213 W 177th St., East Harlem, NY
AGES: 3-8

This class is a mix of dance and movement fundamentals across genres. Students will learn dance class etiquette such as dancing in their spot, mirroring the teacher, and taking turns. Students will participate in a warm-up, a simple stretch, practice pointing and flexing the feet, and play movement games. Students will develop coordination, balance, and flexibility while working on gross motor skills. Students will also have the opportunity to build friendships through circle activities that open and close class. Covid-19 Safety Measures in place.

WANT TO GO? $20. 443-440-2784.

ONLINE Sketch with Jeff FREE
WHEN: Feb. 27 - Mar. 27, Saturdays, 3pm
WHERE: Guggenheim Museum, 1071 5th Ave, New York, NY
WHAT: Each segment of Sketch With Jeff will feature Jeff sketching stories followed by a prompt to create drawings of your own at home. WANT TO GO? 212-423-3500.

IN PERSON Women's History Walk FREE
WHEN: Mar. 1 - 31, Anytime
WHERE: Central Park Conservancy, North 110th Street to Central Park South (59th Street), and from Central Park West (8th Avenue) to 5th Ave, Central Park, NY

Since its creation, women have helped make Central Park a unique and thriving public space. This self-guided walk highlights some of the women who created, inspired, and placed monuments and memorials—in the form of sculptures, playgrounds, landscapes, or recreational facilities—throughout this masterpiece of landscape architecture. This tour is roughly one mile long and should take about 60 minutes to complete. Download tour from website. 

WANT TO GO? 212-310-6600.

ONLINE Little New-Yorkers @ Home: Mary Wears What She Wants FREE
WHEN: Mar. 9 - 12, Tuesday and Friday, 3:30pm
WHERE: DiMenna Children's History Museum at New-York Historical Society, 170 Central Park W., Upper West Side, NY
AGES: 3-8

Each session includes a special Little New-Yorkers hello song, silly dances and songs, a story book reading, and a craft to do at home. This March, celebrate Women’s History Month. Not too long ago, women could only wear dresses! Read Mary Wears What She Wants, written and illustrated by Keith Negley.  Find out about Mary Edwards, a doctor in New York who didn’t care for dresses at all. Born in 1832, Mary didn’t understand why she couldn’t wear clothes that made her comfortable as a child. Following storytime, create some new clothes for Mary to wear besides a dress at home! Ages 3-6. Advanced registration required. 

WANT TO GO? 212-873-3400.

ONLINE Virtual: Life and Death in 1918
WHEN: Tuesday, Mar. 9, 7pm
WHERE: Tenement Museum, 97 Orchard Street, New York, NY

Join the Tenement Museum on an exploration of the flu pandemic of 1918. It would become the deadliest pandemic in human history so far, leaving a lasting legacy on public health, and tragic losses for families of the 50,000+ dead in New York City alone. This virtual tour will explore what made the flu of 1918 so devastating and how New York City responded to this global crisis. The program will focus on how the pandemic is remembered by the Burinescus, a Jewish immigrant family from Romania who lived in the historic tenement building, and the stories of both members of the family who lived through it and their descendants. Your are invited to think about the parallels between the 1918 Influenza pandemic and our current moment and the Covid-19 pandemic, and to think about how we will remember these pandemics in the years to come. Advanced registration required. 

WANT TO GO? $10 per device; free for members. 877-975-3786.

ONLINE Architecture at Home: Skyscrapers FREE
WHEN: Mar. 9 - 12, Tuesday, 4-4:45pm; Friday, 11-11:45am
WHERE: Center for Architecture, 536 LaGuardia Place, New York, NY
AGES: 5-12

Learn more about architecture and design from the comfort of your own home with this free, live, and online Architecture at Home workshops led by Center for Architecture educators. Each 45-minute session explores an architectural topic through virtual tours, interactive lessons, and discussions, and gets kids started on a design project they can complete on their own with easy-to-find materials. All Architecture at Home events require a device with internet connection and camera. Workshops are FREE and are open to all at-home learners, families, and youth ages 5+.? Skyscrapers are incredible structures! Learn about the structural systems that support tall buildings as we look at different examples of skyscrapers from around the world. Discover the forces at work by building a skyscraper’s structural frame using toothpicks, marshmallows or gumdrops, and spaghetti.

WANT TO GO? 212-358-6133.

IN PERSON Bubble Wrap Prints
WHEN: Mar. 10 - 14, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, 10am-5pm
WHERE: Children's Museum of Manhattan, 212 W. 83rd St., Upper West Side, NY

It’s National Bubble week and bubble wrap can be used for more than just packing and popping. Paint on bubble wrap to create colorful prints you can take home!

WANT TO GO? $15; $12 seniors 65 and older and visitor with disabilities. 212-721-1223.

ONLINE Watson Adventures? Wizard School Virtual Scavenger Hunt
WHEN: Saturday, Mar. 13, 5pm
WHERE: Watson Adventures, Play From Home, New York, NY
AGES: 9 and older

Grab your magic wands for a wizarding adventure that takes you to museums across America in search of art that echoes characters, places, and magical objects in the famed Harry Potter books and movies, all without leaving your home. You'll track down slithering serpents, Hagrid-like giants and eerie figures as scary as any Dementor. This hunt references the books and provides a surprising bridge to many strange and wonderful works of art. For ages 10 and up. This game can be played either together or remotely with up to six players per team. Advance booking is required.

WANT TO GO? $19 per person. 877-946-4868.

ONLINE Virtual St. Patrick's Day Cookie Decorating
WHEN: Mar. 13 - 17, Saturday, 12-2pm; Wednesday, 3-5pm
WHERE: NY Cake Academy, 118 W 22nd St., Chelsea, NY
AGES: 9-17

Bring your cookie decorating good luck with a crash course at NY Cake!

St. Patrick's Day may be right around the corner, but there's still time to learn something new in the kitchen. In this class, students learn the techniques to decorate St. Patrick's Day-themed cookies with royal icing such as lucky leprechauns, four-leaf clovers and pots of gold! Practice wet on wet designs with royal icing, drag methods, and more as you're guided by an expert instructor in the comfort of your home! By the end of class you'll have mastered the perfect consistency and decorated Instagram-worthy cookies sure to impress the luckiest leprechaun.

What You'll Learn:

  • How to make royal icing & achieve the proper consistency for different types of designs
  • Creative use of cutters
  • Techniques to decorate with royal icing
  • Wet on wet royal icing designs
  • Drag method for decorating
  • Correct piping techniques to achieve clean designs & even outlines.
  • Adding more dimension using “paint” made with dry colors.
  • Troubleshooting common problems.
  • St. Patrick's Day-themed cookie designs

This class is held virtually with a live instructor. Students have the option to either purchase a kit from NY Cake Academy ($50-includes shipping) or collect and prep all the ingredients listed on their own prior to class. If purchasing a kit, you'll have the option to add the kit to your registration at check out. Please note, there is an order cut off on kits 5 business days prior to the class date. Advanced registration required. Ages 12 and older. Younger kids may attend with an adult. 

Kit Items:

  • Pre-baked cookie shapes
  • Prepared Royal Icing
  • Sprinkles for decorating

Have at home:

  • Needle tool or toothpicks
  • Scissor
WANT TO GO? $29. 212-675-2253.

IN PERSON Second Saturdays Trailwork Party + Bike Share FREE
WHEN: Saturday, Mar. 13, 10am-3pm
WHERE: Highbridge Bike Park, 131 Ft George Ave. , Washington Heights, NY

Dig, then ride at NYCMTB's monthly welcome days at Highbridge Park in Manhattan! Bring your friends and family for a day of fun in the woods and learn what it takes to build, maintain, and ride the most progressive urban bike park in America! There will be light trail maintenance tasks for all ages from 10:00 a.m. to noon. All participants, NYCMTB members, or anyone with logged volunteer hours, receive a free 20-minute clinic and a guided ride throughout the trails from 12:30 p.m to 3:00 p.m. Bikes and helmets provided! Highbridge Park is the home of NYC's first Mountain Biking Course. The 3-mile course offers trails of varying difficulty from intermediate to expert and a free-ride trail that includes drops, steeps, and berms. The park also features a dirt jump park and pump track, making it a good place to develop different skills at all levels. The course has been featured in national media and is stewarded by volunteers just like you! Make this day your introduction to the park, or to the sport of off-road cycling. Interested volunteers are encouraged to participate regardless of age, ability or gender. There is something for everyone at Highbridge - It's NYC's bike park! Please bring water, sunscreen, bug repellant, and sturdy shoes or boots.

WANT TO GO? 734-358-2826.

ONLINE Special St. Patrick's Day edition of the Moore Family Tour
WHEN: Mar. 13 - 17, Saturday, 7pm; Sunday, 4pm; Monday and Tuesday, 1pm; Wednesday, 7pm
WHERE: Tenement Museum, 103 Orchard Street, Lower East Side, NY

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with the Moore family!  Explore how the New York City St. Patrick’s Day parade, already popular by the 1860s, gave Irish immigrants like the Moores the opportunity to both show pride in their home country and express their new rights in America. Advanced registration required. 

WANT TO GO? $10 per device; free for members.

ONLINE Open Studio From Home: Sari Dienes FREE
WHEN: Saturday, Mar. 13, 11am
WHERE: Whitney Museum of American Art, 99 Gansevoort St., Meatpacking District, NY

Jordan Nassar’s hand-embroidered works speak to ideas of craft, heritage, and homeland. He creates colorful textiles with a method called tatreez, an ancient Palestinian cross-stitch technique. To make works like A Lost Key, Nassar sends altered tatreez patterns to craftswomen in Palestine. They complete his designs with color schemes of their own choosing, leaving a blank rectangle that Nassar later completes himself with an embroidered landscape. To Nassar, the landscape represents an “imaginary utopian homeland.”

This week, you and an art partner will make your own collaborative composition. See what happens when two artists create together!

––Color options (Colored pencils, Markers, Paint)

WANT TO GO? 212-570-3600.

ONLINE Time-Travel Storytime / Frances Perkins, Champion of Workers' Rights
WHEN: Sunday, Mar. 14, 2-3pm
WHERE: Museum at Eldridge Street, 12 Eldridge Street, New York, NY
AGES: 5-12

Travel back in time to the turn of the last century to discover Frances Perkins, the activist whom we can thank for the idea that children belong in school, not working in factories! Historian and actress Alex Delare will lead a virtual storytime with the book Steadfast: Frances Perkins: Champion of Workers' Rights. The book centers on Perkins, whose life changed forever when, as a student, she visited a factory. Horrified that women and children were working in such dangerous places, Perkins vowed to fight on their behalf, organizing unions on the Lower East Side and advocating to change labor laws. At this program, your family will learn about Perkins' remarkable life, how she was impacted by the 1911 Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire, and why President Roosevelt eventually turned to her for help! After the story, Alex will lead a discussion about what it was like to be a young factory worker on the Lower East Side in the early 1900s, and how to use Frances? example to make a difference in your own community. Recommended for children ages six and up and their adult companions. You will receive a Zoom link for the program in a confirmation email when you register. A note to participants: This program will discuss the tragedy of the Triangle fire, in which 146 garment workers died, but the primary focus will be on Perkins' work as an activist.

WANT TO GO? Donations appreciated. 212-2190-302.

WHEN: Sunday, Mar. 14, 10am-5:30pm
WHERE: The American Museum of Natural History, 200 Central Park W., Upper West Side, NY

Catch T. rexThe Ultimate Predator before it closes March 14th. This blockbuster exhibition about the world’s most iconic dinosaur, introduces visitors to the entire tyrannosaur family and reveals the amazing story of the Mesozoic’s mega-predator through stunning life-sized models, fossils and casts, and a shadow theater re-creating an epic battle. Visitors can encounter a massive life-sized model of a T. rex with patches of feathers as well as reconstructions of a fluffy, helpless T. rex hatchling and a four-year-old juvenile T. rex; a shadow theater where a floor projection of an adult T. rex skeleton comes to life; and a life-sized animation of T. rex in the Cretaceous.  

WANT TO GO? $28; $22.50 for seniors and students; $16.50 for children. 212-769-5100.

ONLINE 'Pi Day' Celebration
WHEN: Sunday, Mar. 14, 11am, 2pm, and 7pm
WHERE: Museum of Mathematics, 11 E. 26th St., NoMad, NY

Session 1: 11am: Start your morning off right with some eye-opening pi…
11am: “Roping Around the World”
Come test your intuition with a mathematical problem about a rope tied around the Earth.  Explore the counterintuitive solution with an engaging, hands-on activity.

11:30am: “Why don’t we celebrate Phi Day?”
Phi, also known as the Golden Ratio, is one of the most unique irrational numbers in all of mathematics.  Come learn about this fascinating number that shows up in all sorts of unexpected places, including a number of MoMath exhibits.  Then, discover how the number pi, in contrast, truly is more special and deserving of its own holiday and how pi transcends the basic rules of arithmetic.

Session 2: 2pm: Who needs high tea when you can have pi glee?
2pm: “Probably Pi?”
While it is impossible to write pi in its entirety, various methods exist to generate better and better approximations.  In this crowd-sourced experiment, see how the law of large numbers lets us confidently approach pi by using probability.  By randomly dropping a needle onto a set of lines, we can converge on pi experimentally, without the need for direct measurement. Help generate data to see how many digits of pi we can get — the more, the mathier!

2:30pm: “What is the value of Pi?”
Throughout history, people have tried to compute the exact value of pi.  Ancient Babylonians believed that pi = 25/8, Egyptians thought that pi = (16/9)^2 = 256/81, while the Indiana state legislature almost passed a bill in 1897 stating that pi = 3.2.  We know now that pi cannot be computed exactly; join MoMath and use geometric constructions to find rational approximations.

Session 3: 7pm: Pi by night: BYOP…join Alex Kontorovich for an evening exploration — and bring your own (pizza) pi! 
Join MoMath’s Distinguished Visiting Professor, Alex Kontorovich, for an exploration of pi.  What does pi have to do with circles?  How can we be sure that pi is bigger than three…or smaller than four?  How can the power of pi surprise us when we look at everyday household items?  And how can we use everyone’s favorite food to learn more about this amazing number?  Join in to find out…and bring your own pizza pi!  Click here to register for this evening session.

The following materials may be helpful but are not required:

a toilet paper or paper towel roll and a sharpie
an assortment of round household containers
a pizza pie

WANT TO GO? $15 each session; discount available for all three sessions. 212-542-0566.

ONLINE Enchanted Forest Yoga Adventure on Zoom
WHEN: Sunday, Mar. 14, 10-10:45am
WHERE: Karma Kids Yoga, 16 Madison Square West, NY, NY
AGES: 3-8

Join Karma Kids Yoga for an adventure to the Enchanted Forest that you'll never forget! Take a magical journey as we search for the hidden door to the secret land of the Enchanted Forest! We're sure to see some animal friends along the way but we'll need to be clever with the Trolls. They might help us or trick us from finding the door! Once we get there, we'll need to complete 3 important challenges for the Fairies and Dragons to trust us. Once they do, we'll hear their magic bell, and might even see a unicorn! Costumes, wings and dressing to attract unicorns is encouraged but not needed. You're inner-magic will always be enough! Advanced registration required.

WANT TO GO? $15 per child. 646-638-1444.

ONLINE The Roaring Twenties and The Swinging Sixties Virtual Exhibition at the Museum at FIT FREE
WHEN: Monday, Mar. 15, Anytime
WHERE: Museum at FIT, 227 W 27th Street, New York, NY

The Roaring Twenties and The Swinging Sixties will explore the similarities in women’s fashion across these two decades. Object pairings with direct visual connections highlight the parallels in high fashion that were inspired by the revolutionary spirits of modernity during the 1920s and 1960s. The exhibition examines these similarities through six thematic sections: Twenties Nostalgia, Dreams and Discontent, Obsession with Youth, Music Mania, Cultural Appropriation, and Mode and Modernity. The Roaring Twenties and The Swinging Sixties is the first virtual exhibition co-produced by The Museum at FIT and students from the Fashion Institute of Technology’s MA Fashion and Textile Studies: History Theory and Museum Practice program, curated especially for an online audience and accessible through The Museum at FIT's website.  Fashion and Textiles Studies: History, Theory and Museum Practice The curriculum offers a vigorous, hands-on approach to the study of fiber-based objects through a close association with The Museum at FIT. Students may elect either a curatorial or a conservation emphasis, but all students are taught basic conservation skills, current collections management methods, and the proper exhibition techniques for costumes and textiles. To supplement their historical and analytical courses, students are required to complete at least one internship, write a master’s qualifying paper based on original research, and take an active role in a yearlong course that culminates in a professional exhibition at The Museum at FIT. Photo: Paul Poiret, Evening Dress, gold silk chiffon, beads and rhinestones, circa 1926, France, P83.5.9

WANT TO GO? 212-217-4558.

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