Don’t miss van Gogh’s Irises at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Get there before the summer rush and before the show closes on August 16, 2015.
Folklore Family Day: Celebrating Children’s Day through Mukashi Banashi
Sunday May 3rd
An all-day adventure at Japan Society 11 AM – 4 PM.
“Step into the folktales of Peach Boy, Urashima Taro, Princess Kaguya and more in a spectacular event that transforms Japan Society into the set of Japan’s most well-known fables. Playful performances, fantastical films, and real-life characters greet children in this all-day adventure. Tickets: Adults $15/$12 Japan Society individual & corporate members; kids (ages 3-12) $8/$6 Japan Society members; Free for kids 2 and under” (JapanSociety.org)
With plenty of dog runs, shops and pet friendly events, your four legged friend(s) will never be bored in New York City. Many New York City buildings and neighborhoods are very pet friendly. Contact us if you need assistance finding a more optimal home and ‘hood for your pets. As you know, when lounging at home non-human pets love elegance, great design and comfort just as much as you. Finding dog furniture to match your human home decor can be a challenge, but here are some delightful inspirations.
The MoMA Art Lab is a wonderful place for a New York City afternoon with children. In the latest MoMA Art Lab, children discover landscapes, cityscapes, real places and more. According to recent research (1), leaning spatial terms improves children’s spatial skills. Talking with children about places and spaces is a great way to foster language and spatial skills.
(1). Pruden, S.M., Levine, S., & Huttenlocher, J. (2011). Children’s spatial thinking: Does talk about the spatial world matter? Developmental Science, 14, 1417-1430.
Open House at 40 Bond Street 6C, NOHO
Prize winning innovative architects Herzog & de Meuron
April 15th 12:00-2:00pm
Don’t miss the Keith Haring exhibit, “Heaven and Hell” at the SKARSTEDT Gallery from March 5th – April 18th 2015.