Floor 3, Laurie M. Tisch Education Center
Jointly organized with our community partner The Door, join us for an evening of resource-sharing and artmaking dedicated to immigrant and undocumented communities. Youth, families, teachers, and community members are invited to participate in a “know your rights” training, explore An Incomplete History of Protest: Selections from the Whitney’s Collection 1940-2017, and create art with artist Juan Antonio Olivares, whose exhibition Moléculas explores family, immigration, and contemporary politics.
This event is free and no registration is required—just drop in!
The main entrance of the museum is accessible with elevator access to all floors. All gender restrooms are available on floors -1, 3, 5, and 8. Service animals welcome. The Hess Theater is equipped with an induction loop and infrared assistive listening system. Accessible seating is also available. The Hearst Artspace is equipped with induction hearing loops and infrared assistive listening systems. If you have questions about accessibility, or requests for accommodations, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (212) 671 1823 (relay calls welcome). Learn more about access services.