ART in Times Square
Peacetime: Workshops with the Children's Museum of the Arts and Tomashi Jackson
Presented by T-Mobile

Sundays at 11am | July 10, 17, 24, 31
Broadway Plaza between 45th and 46th Streets

Art with heart takes over Times Square on Sunday mornings with a new series of free public programs for children and families with artist Tomashi Jackson and Children's Museum of the Arts. Participants of all ages are encouraged to draw and talk with their neighbors, promoting deeper listening and creative connection.

In a culminating short film produced by Andrew Zuckerman of The Slowdown, thought leaders and children alike will reflect on the collective art project and their visualizations of peace through themes of sports, environmentalism, biodiversity, public art, and poetry.

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About Children’s Museum of the Arts
Children’s Museum of the Arts unites children and artists to create and share ambitious works of art with their communities and the world. Born out of an artist’s SoHo studio in 1988, Children’s Museum of the Arts (CMA) has built a living collection of over 2,000 works by children from over fifty countries dating back nearly a century, while connecting young New Yorkers to art and artists. In 2021, CMA Executive Director Seth Cameron established The Look Make Show, the first digital commons specifically designed for child-artist-centered learning.

About Tomashi Jackson
Tomashi Jackson (b. 1980, Houston, Texas) grew up in Los Angeles, California. She was included in the Whitney Biennial 2019 and has presented solo exhibitions at institutions including the Wexner Center for the Arts at Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, and the Zuckerman Museum of Art, Kennesaw, Georgia. Her work has also been included in group exhibitions at MoCA Los Angeles; MASS MoCA; the Contemporary Art Center, New Orleans; and the Moody Center for the Arts at Rice University. Jackson was a 2019 Resident Artist at the Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture. Her work is included in the collection of MOCA Los Angeles and the Whitney Museum of American Art. She has taught at the Rhode Island School of Design, the Massachusetts College of Art, Boston; and Cooper Union, NY, and she has been a visiting artist at New York University. In 2021, Jackson presented solo exhibitions at the Radcliffe Institute at Harvard University and at the Parrish Art Museum of Art. Jackson lives and works in Cambridge, Massachusetts and New York City.