A family gathers for Passover dinner. The table, laden with the trappings of observance and celebration, seems to keep its sitters at a distance. They hold their Haggadot, with pages softened by use, seemingly caught in disparate worlds. What does one make of this family of different faces, to which the viewer — whose hands loom large over the proceedings — belongs?
Join us for fun family activities this vacation week! Today and Tuesday, and on Thursday, kids age 4 and older can channel their inner artists by participating in our Vacation Week Art Workshops. Build your own Imaginative Miniature inspired by Helena Rubinstein: Beauty Is Power. Don’t miss the chance to fill your child’s vacation week [...]
Escape the cold this holiday weekend by joining us Saturday, Sunday, and Monday from 11 am to 5:45 pm, with free admission on Saturdays! On Sunday, families can discover Helena Rubinstein’s treasures and belongings in Beauty Is Power or listen to Storybooks and Art, followed by an engaging activity in the galleries. Kick off vacation [...]