Children can get their artistic juices flowing with the “Bring the Cool” family festival this weekend at the Brooklyn Museum.
The day-long event includes lots of opportunities for children to immerse themselves in art making with a photo station, art fort and a time capsule. There are also hidden tokens in the galleries and children can journey along on the hunt to find them all.
The day is a collaboration with P.S.1 Elementary School and Cool Culture, a program which provides free access to 90 cultural institutions throughout the city for eligible families. Volunteers fluent in Spanish, Cantonese and Mandarin will be on hand during the festival.
The fun takes place on Saturday, June 15 from 12 to 4 p.m. at the Brooklyn Museum at 200 Eastern Parkway. It’s free to P.S.1 and Cool Culture families and included in museum admission for the general public. For more information on the activities planned for the day visit the museum event page here.
To learn more about Cool Culture and its mission to make art and culture accessible to families visit their info page here.
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