There are many ways to get a daily dose of Bjork. Though the Icelandic singer was forced to cancel some of her Biophilia residencies due to vocal sickness, you can experience the ambitious multimedia project through the “Bjork’s Biophilia Multimedia Workshops,” which are coming to the Children’s Museum of Manhattan on July 6. From the CMOM website: “Children and families explore Bjork’s Biophilia apps through CMOM’s unique musical experiences, hands-on science experiments and dance.” The workshops are for those aged five and older (their families included), so if you’ve got a child, sibling or relative you can accompany, it might be worth checking out for an afternoon of creative summer fun. (You will look weird if you go by yourself, guaranteed.) Bjork herself probably won’t be teaching the workshops, which will be held a few times a day from through December 30. But you never know: she could randomly show up for a one-off guest appearance, and teach the children about the terrifying imagination daemon living inside their hearts. Pitchfork tips us toward a video on last year’s workshops in Iceland, which you can watch below.