Visiting Pinocchio Exhibit at the MoMA

On a bright and sunny morning in New London, a group of excited kids from Boys & Girls Club in New London at The Salvation Army and Expressiones, accompanied by their teachers and chaperones, made their way to the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York City. They were headed to see the latest exhibition, "Pinocchio: A Tale of Animated Art," which featured a wide variety of artwork inspired by the classic story of the wooden puppet who longs to become a real boy.

As they explored the exhibition, the children were captivated by the colorful incredible puppets, intricate customs, and Pinocchio’s scenography, and all the vibrant animations that brought Pinocchio's world to life. They marveled at the skill and creativity of the artists who had created these works, and they eagerly discussed what they saw with their classmates and teachers.