The High Line is now open from noon to 8pm daily! Learn more & reserve your free timed-entry pass >
Everyone has a story to tell—histories, fantasies, and curiosities. Learn how to tell yours loudly, boldly, and creatively. Young artists, families, and caregivers are invited to make monumental stories inspired by artist Simone Leigh’s Brick House, the first monumental work of art on the new High Line Plinth.
Presented in partnership with the Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling, join us for artist-led drop-in workshops to explore the many dynamic ways to share your story with the public.RSVP
ABOUT THE SUGAR HILL CHILDREN’S MUSEUM OF ART & STORYTELLING:
Located in the legendary Sugar Hill historic district, home to the Harlem Renaissance, the Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling provides our culturally rich neighborhood with a space where children and their families grow and learn about Sugar Hill and the world at large through intergenerational dialogue with artists, art, and storytelling.
Designed to nurture the curiosity and creative spirit of three- to eight-year-old children, Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling provides opportunities to grow as both author and audience, as children engage with the work of accomplished artists and storytellers, and create and share their own stories. Learn more at www.sugarhillmuseum.org
Program support for High Line Families is provided by Neiman Marcus. Snacks for High Line Families are provided by KIND Snacks. High Line Families is also supported, in part, with public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the New York City Council, under the leadership of Speaker Corey Johnson.
Major support of the High Line Plinth comes from a dedicated group of contemporary art leaders and philanthropists. The High Line Plinth Committee is committed to realizing significant commissions and the public success of the Plinth. It includes Shelley Fox Aarons, Fairfax Dorn, Andrew Hall, Hermine Riegerl Heller, J. Tomilson Hill, Dorothy Lichtenstein, Donald R. Mullen, Jr., Mario J. Palumbo, Jr, and Anonymous.