The Crown Creativity Lab

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Creativity Lab at Home video stills by Pablo Helguera, Adelia Gregory, Rachell Morillo, Hannah Fagin, Alethea Rockwell, Annie Leist, Sarah Kennedy, Larissa Raphael, Elli Dimaki, Francis Estrada, and Alex Roediger.

The Creativity Lab offers participatory experiences that connect you with art and ideas. While our space is temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, join us online to engage in new and different ways through videos, virtual events, courses, and more.

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Creativity Lab at Home
This series of short video prompts is inspired by MoMA’s collection and artists’ processes. They can be done with simple materials found around you. How will you see familiar things in new ways?

Get started below, and watch more of the Creativity Lab at Home series on MoMA’s YouTube channel. We will be adding more videos to the YouTube playlist in the coming weeks, so make sure to check back for additional prompts.

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