Kids will have the chance to make their own masks, trick or treat, participate in a costume parade, and make prints with fall produce.
Get ready for the world's most creative block party with some of Brooklyn's greatest cultural institutions.
In a move calculated to raise its profile among more New Yorkers and tourists, the Brooklyn Children's Museum will open a spinoff in Brooklyn Bridge Park Saturday October 15.
The Architect’s Newspaper published this rendering of a new rooftop canopy coming to Crown Heights’ Brooklyn Children’s Museum next summer. From AN: “The canopy with an EFTE skin covered in a dot matrix frit will allow the rooftop to be used for lectures, concerts, and other events, including the museum hopes, in the blazing hot summer months. The designers say the frit is meant to mimic the dappled light of a tree.” The arch of the rooftop will span 75 feet. The same architect, Toshiko Mori, plans to renovate the building’s restrooms and theaters. Click through for one more shot.
Unveiled: Brooklyn Children’s Museum Rooftop [AN]