By Carolyn Kelly

Zebra. 2013. Germany. Directed by Julia Ocker. Courtesy of Studio Film Bilder

Zebra. 2013. Germany. Directed by Julia Ocker. Courtesy of Studio Film Bilder

• Young visitors can enjoy a Family Films program for ages four and up—

Experimental film, family-friendly fun, and iconic art—here’s our picks for the week.

Installation view of Andy Warhol: Campbell’s Soup Cans and Other Works, 1953–1967 at The Museum of Modern Art, April 25–October 12, 2015. Photo: Jonathan Muzikar. © 2015 The Museum of Modern Art, New York

• This week is your last chance to see Andy Warhol’s 32 Campbell’s Soup Cans canvases in an exhibition inspired by the way they were first exhibited at the Ferus Gallery, Los Angeles, in 1962.

• Drop by the exhibition Making Music Modern: Design for Ear and Eye on Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. for Stratocaster Sessions, when a MoMA staff member will play a recently acquired 1957 Fender Stratocaster guitar and 1959 Bassman amp live in the gallery.

• On Wednesday afternoon, enjoy A Quartet of Charles Chaplin Films, with piano accompaniment, that chart the star’s rapid three-studio journey.

Home Is Best: Latin American and Eastern European Rarities from MoMA begins on Wednesday, presenting an eclectic selection of rarities from MoMA’s film collection in conjunction with the exhibition Transmissions.

Meet and Create with Tamara Shopsin at the MoMA Bookstore on Friday at 2:00 p.m. Shopsin will lead a fun activity (with black spaghetti!) inspired by her new book What Is This?, a miniature, wordless book with simple line drawings and squiggles.

Zebra. 2013. Germany. Directed by Julia Ocker. Courtesy of Studio Film Bilder

Zebra. 2013. Germany. Directed by Julia Ocker. Courtesy of Studio Film Bilder

• Young visitors can enjoy a Family Films program for ages four and up—Uh Oh! Sticky Situations—on Saturday. Short film screenings are accompanied by a discussion and art activity.

• Head to MoMA PS1’s Sunday Sessions for The Cringe: Art, Anxiety, and Performance with Ieva Miseviciute and Rebecca Patek, followed by a conversation with artist Leigh Ledare and guest curator Mark Beasley on discuss the role of anxiety and social taboo within visual arts performance.

Read more here:: This Week at MoMA: October 12–18