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On Saturday, May 2, the Whitney hosted a free block party in front of the Museum on Gansevoort Street. 

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After an exciting whirlwind of previews and receptions, the Whitney’s new building is open!

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On Saturday, April 11, Whitney educators participated in the LGBT Community Center’s Pop Art Picnic. 

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In February 2015, Whitney Education’s Community Artist-in-Residence Lize Mogel worked on a mapping project with participants in the LGBT Community Center’s mentor-mentee program, located in the West Village. 

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In March 2015, Whitney Education’s Community Artist-in-Residence Lize Mogel worked on a collaborative art project with participants from the Penn South Program for Seniors. 

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In February 2015, Whitney Education’s Community Artist-in-Residence Lize Mogel worked with students from The Clinton School for Writers and Artists/MS 260 on a mapping project. 

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Lize Mogel is Whitney Education’s Community Artist in Residence. Mogel is exploring the Whitney’s downtown neighborhood with teens, community organizations, and schools. 

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The Whitney’s Coordinator of Family Programs, Billie Rae Vinson, recently led a multi-session after-school program for children at Fulton Houses, a NYCHA housing development near the Whitney’s new building in the Meatpacking District.

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On December 12, 2014, the Education department presented Looking Back at Black Male, a public program to mark the twentieth anniversary of the exhibition Black Male: Representations of Masculinity in Contemporary American Art, (November 10, 1994-March 5, 1995). 

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