Get crafty and creative with NYC-inspired art projects you can do at home!
Join the Museum of the City of New York and PROJECT KID for virtual art-making sessions. In each video, Amanda Kingloff, artist and founder of PROJECT KID, shows you how to create a New York City-themed craft project using everyday materials.
Each session also includes fun facts on NYC history using images from the Museum’s collections and award-winning exhibitions.
Craft projects are geared toward families and kids ages 7 and up. Younger children may require adult supervision, and all families are encouraged to craft together.
Coming Saturday, December 19!
- City Skyline Snow Globes: Create a wintry snow globe while you learn about New York City’s famous skyline.
- Let’s Skate! Build Your Own “Ice” Skating Rink: They glide, they spin, they skate! Craft this fun ice-skating rink at home and learn about the long history of the pastime in New York City.
- Big City, Mini Homes: Making Dollhouse Miniatures: Inspired by the Museum’s Stettheimer Dollhouse, use everyday items to craft your own miniature furniture.
Click on the links above to register for an email reminder when the videos go live and to see suggested material lists for the craft projects.
- Frozen Treats, City Streets: Get a virtual taste of ice cream’s history in New York City and learn how to craft make-believe frozen treats using upcycled materials and paper
- Focus on Fun: Build a cardboard “camera” and fill it with sketched images of the city inspired by influential NYC photographers
- Animal Friends: Hear about animals who played a role in shaping NYC and craft an animal Tic-Tac-Toe game from homemade materials
- A Wonder-ful Time: Craft a model Coney Island Wonder Wheel from paper supplies and celebrate the 100th birthday of this iconic amusement park ride
Click on the links above to find the videos and suggested material lists for the craft projects.
About PROJECT KID
PROJECT KID is dedicated to offering families creative and inventive ways to spend unplugged time with kids. From DIY crafts to party ideas to home décor solutions, they mix traditional craft, upcycled, and household materials in surprising ways. Amanda Kingloff, the founder of Project Kid, has been creating lifestyle content for over 15 years. After her six-year stint as Lifestyle Director at Parents Magazine, Amanda published “the ultimate kids’ craft book” with Artisan Books, titled Project Kid. Two years later she published her second book, Project Kid: Crafts that Go! Amanda creates content for magazines, websites, and brands, encouraging kids to create the worlds they want to live in. She lives in Brooklyn, NY with her husband and two children, Oliver and Sommer.