Photo by Natasha Moustache
Kids rule the ICA the last Saturday of every month, when the museum fills up with fun, creative, and even zany activities for kids and adults to do together.
Say goodbye to our exhibition When Home Won’t Let You Stay: Migration through Contemporary Art during its final weekend and join Boston-based Wee the People, a social justice project for kids, as they explore migration, home, and belonging through storytelling and making.
Our art making investigations are developed for all ages of children and adults to work together. All activities are drop-in, first come, first served, and space is limited.
Mail Room, 10:30 AM–4 PM
1st Floor Lobby
Inspired by artists’ stories of faraway lands and families connecting across borders, we invite guests to design and mail a unique postcard with a personal message to a loved one. Leave your postcard with us and the ICA will mail it for you!
Wee The People, 10:30 AM—12:30 PM
Bank of America Art Lab, 1st Floor
Join Boston-based social justice project Wee The People for a workshop exploring stories of migration, home, and belonging. The workshop will feature interactive story times, a round-the-world kids’ open mic, and culture-specific art-making activities.
In the Galleries
ICA galleries are open 10 AM–5 PM. Our family-friendly Visitor Assistants are always eager to talk about the artworks and answer your questions.
Note: Timed tickets are required to enter Yayoi Kusama: LOVE IS CALLING. Tickets are free, and a limited number will be available to Play Date families in person the day of, first come, first served. We recommend arriving early.
Play Dates are sponsored by Vivien and Alan Hassenfeld, the Hassenfeld Family Foundation, and Alexion.
Los Días de Juegos (Play Dates) son patrocinados por Vivien y Alan Hassenfeld, la Hassenfeld Family Foundation y Alexion.
Tours and workshops are supported, in part, by The Willow Tree Fund and the Raymond T. & Ann T. Mancini Family Foundation.