Access and Community Programs staff convened with a number of the Museum’s neighborhood community partners, artists, and cultural workers on Sunday, January 29.Read more
Justin Leroy presents on the overlapping histories of race and financial innovation, from slave insurance to social entrepreneurship, in conjunction with Cameron Rowland’s project for the 2017 Whitney Biennial.
Tickets are required ($10 adults, $8 members, students and seniors).
Calling all NYC K-12 teachers: We invite you to preview the 2017 Whitney Biennial for free!
Join us for a special-after hours event just for teachers. Have snacks, explore the Biennial, and participate in a large-scale collaborative art-making project.
For the first time in its history, the Whitney Museum has a dedicated space for education with the opening of the Laurie M. Tisch Education Center. Centrally located on the Museum’s Third Floor and adjacent to the Susan and John Hess Family Theater, the Education Center provides opportunities for museum educators to work in innovative ways, offering audiences drop-in programming, hands-on learning, and in-depth and interdisciplinary programming. The Laurie M. Tisch Education Center is a hub where visitors can engage with artists and enliven and enrich their museum experience.Read more