New Building Project


On May 21st, in celebration of the groundbreaking for the Whitney’s new Meatpacking District location, the Museum will also be hosting a Community Day. Community Day brings the Whitney’s unique programming to the neighborhood for the day, with activities and artist collaborations for families, teens, and adults. These programs will take place at various venues throughout the neighborhood, are free, and open to the public. Stop by the tent at Washington St. and Gansevoort St. for more information!

 

 

About the New Building Project

Ground-breaking Festivities

For more information about the Whitney's groundbreaking festivities, which take place from May 19–27, 2011

By Subway and Bus

A,C,E, L Subway Lines
14th Street and 8th Avenue

1, 2, 3, Subway Lines
14th Street and 7th Avenue

Bus Lines
M11, M14A, M14, M20 


The Whitney Museum of American Art seeks to ensure a safe Community Day for everyone. By participating in Community Day, participants agree 1) to follow all instructions from Whitney staff or volunteers; 2) comply with all municipal rules, regulations, and laws; 3) release the Whitney from all claims arising from participation in Community Day; and 4) agree that any photographs taken during community day may be used and published by the Whitney for any purposes whatsoever including marketing and promotional uses.

All Community Day program venues are wheelchair accessible. An accessible restroom is located on Gansevoort Street at the Whitney’s new building site. For additional access information or to request accommodations, please contact accessfeedback@whitney.org or call (212) 570-7789,TTY 671-5378.

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