Children's Museum of the Arts Spring Benefit

Cma benefit

LittleCollector's Grace with Anna from Sanctuary for Families

We had a blast on Friday, June 8th, at the Children's Museum of the Arts' Spring Benefit. Hosted by the CMA's Young Professionals Committee, which includes LittleCollector Director of Content Grace Johnstone,  the night was dedicated to raising funds for the Museum's Stripes program which offers free arts programing to children on the Autism Spectrum. The museum opened up their art and media labs and guests here encouraged to make their own stop-motion animation, screenprint a totebag, make homemade buttons and explore to their heart's content at the Clay Bar. The CMA's teaching artists were also on hand to mingle with guests and it was a great opportunity to meet and talk with them about their projects and teaching experiences. Overall it was a wonderful night dedicated to a great cause; one that LittleCollector is proud to support. For more information about Stripes and the CMA's excellent programing, click here. Plus follow us on Twitter (@Lil_Collector) and Instagram (@littlecollector)  to see more party pics and keep up with all of the art happenings in and around NYC!

IMG_2039Guests at the screenprinting station

CMA benefit 2Making buttons at the button lab

CMA 3A wall of kids at at the CMA

CMA 5LittleCollector's donated  Power Prism by FriendsWithYou to the event.



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