MEDIA AND GAME LABS—WINTER BREAK ACTIVITIES
We offer game labs for teens year round at different times. Saturdays and Sundays: 12–6:00 p.m. This winter break, from December 26–31, our Media and Game Lab will feature fun media-making activities for all ages, including VR 3-D paintings, custom arcade games inspired by Wallace and Gromit films, and more! Find out more here.
Join the Museum of the Moving Image Teen Council! Learn more about this paid internship—collaborate with other NYC teens to help shape the Museum’s growing program offerings for young adults, including taking a leadership role with the annual Teen Film Festival, hosted at the Museum.
Media education is digital literacy. Museum of the Moving Image provides educational experiences to more than 70,000 students each year, as well as an array of dynamic, engaging tours, talks, workshops, and screenings for children, teens, families, adults, and seniors. MoMI Education is now offering in-person and virtual field trips for school groups, including tours of our interactive exhibitions and media workshops for all ages and all abilities.
In-person and virtual workshops range from film appreciation and world-building with video games to science-fiction cinema, hands-on media-making and puppetry for the screen. Educational programs are led by museum educators, media artists, filmmakers, and game designers, and specifically tailored to the interests of your group. Great for schools, home-school groups, seniors, college classes, and anyone interested in the cinematic arts.
For more information, please visit the pages dedicated to tour programs and school groups and select your age group: grades 1–3, grades 4–5, grades 6–8, grades 9–12, colleges and universities, international student groups, seniors, and adults. We also offer tours for families, corporate outings, and out-of-school youth programs. To book your tour or workshop, click here or email [email protected].
Please note all tours and workshops are now available in Spanish and English.
Todos las visitas guiadas y los talleres se ofrecen en Español. Para más información, escríbanos a [email protected]
Year-round, families can explore the Museum’s hands-on core exhibition Behind the Screen, featuring over 1,400 artifacts, from mind-bending optical toys to a real Chewbacca mask from the Star Wars films, plus an array of interactive experiences to make stop-motion animations, add sound effects and music to famous movie scenes, and star in a personalized flipbook.