Arty Parties
Singled out by New York Magazine and Time Out New York, HI ART! ARTY PARTIES are unique fun, flexible, special, charming, educational and unlike any of those other birthday parties your child has been to. Each party puts a bit of us together with a bit you, as we work together to plan the artistic party of your child's dreams. Build a candy sculpture, paint like the Fauves, plan a pretend pajama party, sculpt a galaxy or improvise to live music. Anything is possible in our extraordinary light-filled 2,500 sq. ft. studio and gallery.

Call for more information about Arty Parties! 212-209-1552.

 

What Parents Say:
"I just wanted to thank you and your very capable staff for putting on a really fun and successful party for Luke yesterday. The space was, welcoming and intriguing, the staff was attentive and helpful and the project drew in every child. Certain kids who I thought might be skeptical of the whole enterprise surprised me by getting right down to work and being absolutely engrossed in what they were doing. They made everything from Times Square to a tsunami (!) in candy. And the parents, most of whom stuck around, thought it was pretty cool, too."  -Luke’s Mom

 

Never Enough Halloween? It's the Annual Candy Monster Sculpture Fest!

Saturday, November 2nd from 3:30-5:00pm in our gorgeous, light-filled studio at 227 West 29th St.

Kids 3-D it with masses of candy at HiArt!'s Eighth Annual Candy Monster SculptureFest!

Ask us and we'll tell you: There's never enough Halloween. So kids can join us POST-Halloween to keep the fun coming.

Create a candy monster, fantastical candy world, candy painting or whatever your kid's sweet heart desires. And for parents who are sick of Halloween - just bring your left-over candy along -- your child can combine it with our 20 feet of candy and put it to artistically beeeeutiful use. Even sweeter: a portion of all proceeds will be donated to The Time In Children's Arts Initiative! www.timeinkids.org

HiArt! says: Just keep Halloween coming!

$65 per child, ages 4-14, Advance Registration Required, Limited Space Available!

Call (212) 209-1552 for more information and to register. www.hiartkids.com

June 25, 6:00-8:00pm
Silent Auction + Party to Celebrate
Time In's Incredible Grant from the NEA!

Music of Britten, Wolpe, Greenbaum, Puccini

Concert, Reception & Silent Art Auction

Chashama
210 East 43rd Street
Between 2nd & 3rd Avenues

Tickets $25
Proceeds benefit Time In

Purchase tickets online or phone 212-209-1552.

April 21, 11am
Free Children’s Concert with the Momenta Quartet

“Tradition Reimagined: Exploring the World of the String Quartet”

Join the extraordinary Momenta Quartet for a FREE concert introducing children of all ages to the music of Joseph Haydn... and Arthur Kampela! Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult

Reservations required! Please call: (212) 209-1552

This project is made possible in part with public funds from the Manhattan Community Arts Fund, supported by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council and administered by the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council.


Becky Brown: The Sidewalk and the Sign
Opening Reception

Wednesday, October 10 6-8pm 227 West 29th St. 4th Floor

A portion of all sales to benefit The Time In Children's Arts Initiative

For more information call (212) 209-1552


Hands-on Workshop & Private View
with the extraordinary Josh Dorman

A Benefit for The Time In Children's Arts Initiative

Saturday, September 24th at 3PM
227 West 29th St. 4th Floor

For Kids from 3 to 93!

An inspired & inspiring collage workshop at our light-filled 29th street studio followed by a private view of Josh's solo show Lost Divers at the Mary Ryan Gallery

Benefit Workshop Tickets $200 in advance $250 at the door (space permitting)
( all but $35 of each ticket is tax-deductible)

Advance Registration Required (212) 209-1552


AMPHIBIAN
New Music and Video at the Time In Gallery

May 23, 2011  8PM
227 W. 29th St., New York, NY

Video/music by Alexander Hahn, Lee Wells, Divya Mehra, Matthew Greenbaum, Troy Herion and Joelle Shefts.

With alto Christina Ascher and other performers.

For further information: 212-209-1552

HiArt! Goes to Paris!
Paris

Voyage to the City of Light!

Opera­ Art­ Amazing Food­ A Beautiful Hotel, HiArt! and . . THE MOST BEAUTIFUL CITY IN THE WORLD!
7 Days + 6 Nights In Paris With HiArt! Phone or email for details.

HiArt! Special Programs and Events:

HiArt's Fabulous Fall 2010 at Asia Society
Paris


Open House and Closing Party
Hyeondo Park
September 11th, 2010

Don't Stand in the Wind: Paintings by Johana Skalsky and Zoë Greenbaum


Kids Open House: Hands-On with Johana and Zoë 4:30-5:30

Closing Party 5:30-7:30 with Martine Bellen reading from her brilliant novella 2X(SQUARED) (BlazeVOX Books, 2010)

Bellen
2X(SQUARED)

What is so confusing about mirrors is that they’re oscillating liquid and no matter what our distance from a looking glass, the glass is always half full or empty or is always looking halfway between our bodies and our projections… Read More >

Happy Hearts Valentine's Day Candy Sculpture Fest


Look for us in Washington, DC on Sunday, February 13th HiArt's Happy Hearts
Valentine's Day Candy Sculpture Fest for the Benefit of The Time In Children's Arts Initiative

Saturday, February 12th
3-4:30
$65
Advance Registration Required: 212-209-1552

HiArt! Goes to Paris!
Paris

Voyage to the City of Light!

Opera­ Art­ Amazing Food­ A Beautiful Hotel, HiArt! and . . THE MOST BEAUTIFUL CITY IN THE WORLD!
7 Days + 6 Nights In Paris With HiArt! Phone or email for details.

Kidsketch Book Club

Check out Cyndie’s 4 fabulous new books for Scholastic’s Kidsketch Book Club.  The series begins this October with Cartoon How-To – an incredibly lively, technique packed (and intelligent) guide to cartooning.  In November you’ll receive HiArt!’s Manga and Comics book — illustrated by the amazingly talented Hyeondo Park, who will be teaching at HiArt! beginning with a manga workshop this winter break!  Cyndie also wrote book 4 — Flip Animation  - and Book 5 on realistic drawing.

The books, although written for second and third graders — are fun to read and, like all HiArt! Programs, will grow with your kids, whether they’re just seven or going on 15. Live, learn and enjoy!