Up-cycle t-shirts to create a scarf and a tie pillow with Samantha Razook Murphy of Curious Jane.
For (optional) extra fun, bring your own t-shirt that you or your child no longer wears. Have a shirt with a design you love? Learn how to turn it into a pillow! (Shirts will be provided for those unable to bring one).
Workshops are geared towards kids ages 5 through 12.
Target Design Kids is made possible by the generous sponsorship of
Can I bring my group to the program?
Design Tales and Design Kids are intended for families. We are unable to accommodate groups.
What is my role as the caregiver in this program?
We require that caregivers actively participate in our workshops. Cooper Hewitt educators are present to lead and facilitate a fun family friendly design project. Caregivers are responsible for helping their child with their individual projects and manage any behavioral challenges that might be disruptive to the group. Caretakers must stay with their child for the duration of the program.
Each program day we present the same activity during two different time slots. When you select your event, reserve your tickets for the session time that works for you. Each adult needs an adult ticket, and each child needs a child ticket.
The program is full. Can I still get in?
Reservations are required to guarantee participation in Design Tales, and we do not keep a waitlist. Occasionally, however, reserved participants cannot attend the event, and there may be room in the program on the day of the scheduled event. If you were unable to reserve a spot, please arrive to the event location five minutes early and speak with our educators about joining. Please keep in mind that drop-ins are only accepted if space is permitting.
What if I’m running late?
Participants may be turned away if they arrive more than 10 minutes after the start of the program, even if they have a reservation.