Photo by Kristyn Ulanday
Fall into new exhibitions The Worlds We Make: Selections from the ICA Collection, Raúl de Nieves: The Treasure House of Memory, and 2021 James and Audrey Foster Prize. Explore the galleries, then at the end of your visit pick up a free Tiny Treasures art kit to do at home. Quantities limited. Staying home? Download + print out Art Lab at Home activities to do on your own time.
On Saturday, September 25, museum admission is FREE for families when accompanied by kids ages 12 and under, with up to 2 adults per family. Timed tickets must be reserved online in advance. Use the code PLAYDATE when checking out for family free admission on this day. Please request your ticket at least 24 hours in advance so our team has time to process your order. Tickets requested day-of are not guaranteed. In-person and all on-site programming has currently been suspended.
Please note there are no virtual workshops or on-site programming this month, and the Bank of America Art Lab is currently closed.
What do you treasure? Dig deep with a new activity to do at home. This month’s featured activity will be available as free take-home art kits on-site at the ICA (quantities are limited), and available to download on the website here.
Looking for more activities to do at home? Dream big with these activities designed by artists near and far.
Further explore the new exhibit The Worlds We Make: Selections from the ICA Collection with these future building themed activities:
- Dream Portal by Noah Grigni
- 2020 [re]vision by Porsha Olayiwola
- Reimagining Public Monuments by ICA Teens Arts Council members
- The Future in Hand(s) by Gerald L. Leavell
- Make a Memory Mobile: “I Remember / I Hope” by Krina Patel
- Mini Guide to Creative Protest
Fun with Fibers
Dive deeper into the new exhibit Raúl de Nieves: The Treasure House of Memory with these fiber arts activities:
- Adire Oniko Cloth by Stephen Hamilton
- Woven Wonders
- Eco-dyeing with Merill Comeau
- Threads of Connection Virtual Quilt
Check out our next Play Date in October!
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ICA Kids and Family programs are supported, in part, by Vivien and Alan Hassenfeld, the Hassenfeld Family Foundation, the Willow Tree Fund, and Raymond T. & Ann T. Mancini Family Foundation.