Image: Courtesy of Los Sabores De Mi México

Frida Kahlo, the avant garde Mexican artist, is the focus of a novel interactive retrospective that begins tonight, Apr. 4, and runs through Sunday evening, Apr. 7. The hands-on event, called Los Sabores de Mi Mexico (“The Flavors of My Mexico”), will delve creatively into the role that food and of course art played in Kahlo’s and her family’s lives.

For the four days of the event, a portion of Grand Central Terminal’s Vanderbilt Hall will be transformed into a life-size replica of Kahlo’s kitchen. Each day of the event will offer workshops free to the public.

Each morning, a “Paint your Frida” workshop for children will be featured. Young visitors will have the opportunity to create miniatures of the sculptures on display and hear informative talks by the artist’s descendants.

A full schedule of events can be found here.