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Grab your friends and join us for Teen Night @MAD: Flashy and Free, an evening of fashion at the Museum of Arts and Design. Come support local teen designers and photographers, show off your own creations, and join in on gallery conversations, art making, snack-eating, and other hands-on activities in celebration of self-expression.
Release your inner flower child with our flower crown workshop, inspired by the 1960s counterculture.
Explore your creative side by decorating tote bags and crafting with denim to celebrate the process of fashion creation and deconstruction.
Luxuriate the galleries and learn more about '60s and '70s fashion with our for-teens-by-teens tours.
Unravel your emotions as you knit, embroider, and vent during a special “Stitchin’ N Bitchin’” session!
Strut your stuff while rocking out in your finest teen couture, stop by our fashion photoshoot, and enjoy sweets and treats.
Teen Night @MAD celebrates MAD’S newest exhibition Counter-Couture: Handmade Fashion in an American Counterculture. This exhibition celebrates the handmade fashion and style of the 1960s and ’70s. Explore a popular culture that embraced ideals of self-sufficiency and self-expression.
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Create a narrative quilt! Join us on the second floor gallery of Judith Leiber: Crafting a New York Story to read the beloved Tar Beach by Faith Ringgold, and discuss Ringgold’s quilt and the handbag it inspired. Then, create your very own story quilt based on a personal memory using paints, fabric, markers, and paper in a hands-on making workshop.
MAD's Studio Sundays are hands-on workshops for the entire family and focus on the physicality of “making” and the sensual and tactile qualities of materials. Participants of the workshops take an in-depth look at different materials—from fiber, to clay, paper and every day products—as an art medium and explore how to incorporate them into sculptural art works.
Using Columbus Circle and the art work in the museum as the starting point to tell a story, each person proposes and creates an object that conveys personal narrative content and style.