Miami Children’s Museum Hosts Black History Month Celebrations
The nonprofit educational institution offers interactive exhibits, programs and learning materials related to arts, culture and community
The Miami Children’s Museum will celebrate Black History Month in February with various programs and celebrations. Guests at the museum can learn about African Americans’ past and present contributions and their impact on the country. They can also learn about Black activists who have changed the world and create their own Passion Poster. They can also visit the Art Studio to design colorful circles inspired by the mandalas of artist Xenobia Bailey.
The Black History Month celebration will conclude on Feb. 25 and Feb. 26 as fellows from New World Symphony perform classics from the Harlem Renaissance and MAP Dance Theater for an interactive performance and drumming workshop. Attendees can also enjoy an engaging story time with the museum’s Theater Troupe and stop by the Art Studio to create colorful circles inspired by the crocheted mandalas of Xenobia Bailey.