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Family Sundays at Onassis

Family Sundays at Onassis

Have a Sunday adventure at the Onassis Cultural Center New York! Equipped with books, maps, models, jewelry, masks, and other props, master storytellers and educators will transport our young explorers to the ancient city of Dion with lively and engaging activities. Before exploring the wonders of the exhibition, our young friends will learn about the ancient city of Dion through interactive story time, and they will meet many characters along the way: archaeologists, locals, and maybe even a Greek god!

Family programs: Sundays, April 17, May 15 and June 5 at 11 am, 12:30 pm, and 2 pm. Programs are 1 hour and 15 minutes.

For children 6-10 years old and their families. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
To make a reservation for Sunday, June 5th, please click the appropriate time slot: 11:00 am, 12:30 pm, 2:00 pm.

Sundays: The exhibition is open to the public 11 am to 5 pm.

Tamar MacKay, Programmer/Teaching Artist

Tamar MacKay is an arts educator who has worked with BAM, Park Avenue Armory, Museum of Jewish Heritage, Blue School, and more. She is thrilled to be working with OCCNY again after working on their Narcissus Now festival.
Photo credit: Ben Cohen

Teaching Artists:

Efi Latifi has a BA in Pedagogy in Elementary Education of the University of Athens and she has been working for the Greek Ministry of Education since 2005. Her source of inspiration is the limitless imagination and creativity of a Child. Efi is currently a pursuing her masters in Educational Theater at CUNY's City College. Read more
Photo credit: Joshua Dockter

G.V. Maldonado is a proud Native New Yorker and CCNY Ed.Theatre graduate. Working as a Teaching Artist since 2011, G.V. has been professional theater technician and performance artist since 2007. Personal Statement: “Theatre is a verb. Go do Theatre.”

Leigh Poulos has performed Off Broadway, regionally, and on film/new media in her 10+ years in NYC. She teaches children pre-K - teens with The Story Pirates and The Park Avenue Armory, among others.

Benjamin Weiner is a Brooklyn-based writer, musician, and educator. He has taught at Saint Ann's School, sound-designed plays at Dixon Place, Ars Nova, and Columbia, and scored films for Sotheby's, HTC and Random House.
Photo credit: Natalie Holt

Photo Credit: Beowulf Sheehan

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