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Member Night

Wed, Aug 3, 2022
7:30–10 pm

All members

The Whitney is open late—just for members! Celebrate with fellow supporters and enjoy everything the Museum has to offer. In addition to gallery access, the evening includes tours, music, artmaking, and more. 

Enjoy late-night access to all galleries and mini tours throughout the evening on Floors 5, 6, 7, and 8.

Whitney Biennial 2022: Quiet as It’s Kept
Floors 1, 3, 5, 6

The Whitney’s Collection: Selections from 1900 to 1965
Floor 7

At the Dawn of a New Age: Early Twentieth-Century American Modernism
Floor 8

Mix, Mingle, Drink, Dine
Specialty cocktails, wine, beer, and small bites for purchase.

Whitney Cafe
Floor 1
Last call at 9:45 pm

Studio Bar and Terrace
Floor 8
Last call at 9:30 pm

Theater Bar
Floor 3, Susan and John Hess Family Theater
Last call at 9:45 pm

Whitney Shop
Floor 1
Drop in to play art-inspired games, then browse the Shop for the latest exhibition publications and collectibles. Members always save!

Digital Photo Booth
Floor 3
Enter the Theater to access this free photo booth capturing both still images and gifs. Share your memories using #WhitneyBiennial and tag @whitneymuseum on your Instagram Story for a chance to be reposted by the Whitney.

DJ Set by Oscar Nñ
7:30–9:45 pm
Floor 3, Susan and John Hess Family Theater
Oscar Nñ is a NYC-based multidisciplinary artist, DJ, and co-founder of Papi Juice. His work revolves around the issues of space making, sound performance and identity.

Poetry by Norman McDonald
7:30–9:45 pm
Floor 1, Griffin Hall
Share a question or idea, then receive an original, hand-typed poem written especially for you by Norman McDonald, member of A Gathering of the Tribes – a nonprofit arts organization and part of the 2022 Whitney Biennial.

Tarot Readings
7:30–9:45 pm
Floor 1, Griffin Hall
Dig into your inner world with a tarot reading offered by Amy Novack from a deck illustrated by Pamela Colman Smith, whose work is on view in At the Dawn of a New Age

Artmaking: Create & Curate!
7:30–9:30 pm
Floor 3, Hearst Artspace
How might you express your "American experience" in an artwork? Incorporate text, color, and images as you share your own story in this drop-in workshop led by artist and educator Kristin Roeder. Then, make connections and curate arrangements of one another's work on a magnetic wall. 

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COVID-19 vaccination and face coverings are not required but strongly recommended. Book tickets in advance and review our visitor policies.



A 30-second online art project:
Sara Ludy, Tumbleweeds

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