Late Nights at the Whitney
The Museum is open until 10 pm on Fridays and Saturdays.View all Hours
School and educator programs use works of art in the Whitney’s collection and exhibitions to create a forum for ideas, debate, and exchange. Programs at the Museum and in the classroom offer students and teachers opportunities to explore American art while learning from artists and each other.
Calling all K-12 Educators: We invite you to preview the Whitney's fall exhibitions Archibald Motley: Jazz Age Modernist, Frank Stella: A Retrospective, and The Whitney's Collection (for free!) and learn about our programs for K-12 students.
Join us for tours and snacks, pick up Educator Guides, and collaborate with us to make a giant marble run inspired by some of the ideas in Frank Stella's work!
Please RSVP online by Friday, October 23.
This program features a one-hour and ten-minute Guided Visit and a one-hour art-making workshop in the Hearst Artspace that explores materials and experiments with artistic processes. Fall Guided Visit + Studio programs for School Groups begin Tuesday, September 8, 2015 and run until Thursday, January 28, 2016.Submit Request
We work with a small group of New York City schools to create long-term partnerships with the whole school community.
Check out our Teacher Guides, designed for educators to use as a resource in the classroom before and after a visit to the Whitney.
Annual support for School and Educator Programs in the Laurie M. Tisch Education Center is provided by the Steven & Alexandra Cohen Foundation, Inc; The Pierre & Tana Matisse Foundation; Con Edison; and public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.
Major endowment support is provided by the William Randolph Hearst Foundation and the Annenberg Foundation.
Free Guided Visits for New York City Public and Charter Schools endowed by the Allen and Kelli Questrom Foundation.Learn more