NYC, Art, & Kids: June 2014

Looking for some kid-centric and art-focused exhibits to check out with your little one this summer? Here are a few of our favorites for the month of June, for both rainy days and sunny ones!

Inspire your little ones with the work of their peers and support an amazing non-profit at the Guggenheim's "A Year with Children" exhibit through June 18, 2014. This collection features collaborative art by New York City elementary students participating in the Guggenheim's artist-in-residence program, Learning Through Art.

Image from guggenheim.org

Image from guggenheim.org

Head over to Brooklyn and let your kids run wild in the gorgeously blooming Brooklyn Botanic Garden. Explore the tree house installation by world-renowned tree house architect Roderick Romero, which is made completely from trees lost in Hurricane Sandy.

Image from bbg.org

Image from bbg.org

The Children's Museum of the Arts debuts its summer exibition, Focus: Artists as Observer, on June 10, 2014.  Use these pieces by artists Will Ellis, Richard Renaldi, Jessica Wolff, and others to begin a conversation with your children about the ways in which artists define their identity by observing the world around them.

Image from cmany.org

Image from cmany.org

The scale of Kara Walker's public project, A Subtlety or the Marvelous Sugar Baby, at the Domino Sugar Factory in Brooklyn is sure to amaze and delight children with its enormity. Check it out through July 6, 2014.

Image from citylab.com

Image from citylab.com

What are some of your favorite summer exhibits to share with your kids in NYC? Tweet us @kinderMODERN and tell us all about it!