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Corporate Membership

Corporate Members play a critical role in supporting the Museum, especially during this unprecedented moment. Not only does Corporate Membership offer a wide range of exclusive benefits, but your contribution supports the Whitney's groundbreaking exhibitions, award-winning education programs, and its missions to advance the careers of some of the most innovative living artists of our time. 

Consider becoming a Corporate Member to support the Whitney and enjoy exclusive Museum access, employee and client engagement opportunities as well as other great benefits. 

Benefits may include:

  • Complimentary advance timed ticketing for employees
  • Virtual tour and event opportunities with the Whitney's Teaching Fellows
  • Invitations to exclusive digital programming throughout the year


*Please note in conjunction with city and state regulations Corporate Membership benefits are subject to change.


Contact Us

We hope you will consider a Corporate Membership at the Whitney! If you have any questions, please contact corporate_partnerships@whitney.org.


Corporate Membership Levels

$5,000–$14,999

  • One privilege to host an event in Tom and Diane Tuft Trustee Room (subject to rental fees and all direct costs)
  • One privilege to schedule an after-hours tour for 25 guests (subject to direct costs)
  • Two Corporate Executive Courtesy Cards
  • Fifty Guest Passes

Virtual Benefits

  • One privilege to host a virtual Art History or Art Making from Home session, or 360-Degree Virtual Tour, for 25 Guests (subject to direct costs) 
  • One privilege to host a virtual event (subject to direct costs)
  • Invitations to exclusive digital programming throughout the year


To safeguard the well-being of members, artists, and staff, we require a timed ticket booked in advance of each visit. In-person events and tours are currently being offered at a reduced capacity, and have been expanded to include an online option. 

$15,000–$24,999

  • One privilege to host an event in select rental spaces: Tom and Diane Tuft Trustee Room, Susan and John Hess Family Theater and Gallery, Kaufman Gallery, or eighth-floor Studio Cafe/Cafe terrace (subject to rental fees and all direct costs)
  • One privilege to schedule an after-hours tour for twenty-five guests (subject to direct costs)
  • Ten Corporate Executive Courtesy Cards
  • Seventy-five guest passes

Virtual Benefits

  • Two privileges to host virtual Art History or Art Making from Home sessions, or 360-Degree Virtual Tours, for 25 Guests (subject to direct costs) 
  • One privilege to host a virtual event (subject to direct costs)
  • Invitations to exclusive digital programming throughout the year


To safeguard the well-being of members, artists, and staff, we require a timed ticket booked in advance of each visit. In-person events and tours are currently being offered at a reduced capacity, and have been expanded to include an online option.

$25,000–$39,999

  • Unlimited free admission for all employees +1 complimentary guest
  • One privilege to host an event in any of the Museum’s rental spaces: Kenneth C. Griffin Hall, 5th Floor Outdoor Gallery, Tom and Diane Tuft Trustee Room, Susan and John Hess Family Theater and Gallery, Kaufman Gallery, or eighth-floor Studio Cafe/Cafe Terrace (subject to rental fees and all direct costs)
  • One complimentary after-hours tour for twenty-five guests
  • Twenty Corporate Executive Courtesy Cards
  • One hundred guest passes

Virtual Benefits

  • One complimentary virtual Art History or Art Making from Home session, or 360-Degree Virtual Tour, for 25 Guests
  • One privilege to host a virtual event (subject to direct costs)
  • Invitations to exclusive digital programming throughout the year


To safeguard the well-being of members, artists, and staff, we require a timed ticket booked in advance of each visit. In-person events and tours are currently being offered at a reduced capacity, and have been expanded to include an online option. 

$40,000–$59,999

  • Unlimited free admission for all employees +2 complimentary guests
  • Two privileges to host an event in any of the Museum’s rental spaces: Kenneth C. Griffin Hall, fifth-floor Outdoor Gallery, Tom and Diane Tuft Trustee Room, Susan and John Hess Family Theater and Gallery, Kaufman Gallery, or eighth-floor Studio Cafe/Cafe Terrace (subject to rental fees and all direct costs)
  • Two complimentary after-hours tours for 25 guests
  • Twenty Corporate Executive Courtesy Cards
  • 150 guest passes

Virtual Benefits

  • Two complimentary virtual Art History or Art Making from Home sessions, or 360-Degree Virtual Tours, for 25 Guests
  • Two privileges to host a virtual event (subject to direct costs)
  • Invitations to exclusive digital programming throughout the year


To safeguard the well-being of members, artists, and staff, we require a timed ticket booked in advance of each visit. In-person events and tours are currently being offered at a reduced capacity, and have been expanded to include an online option. 

$60,000+

  • Unlimited free admission for all employees +3 complimentary guests
  • Unlimited event privileges in any of the Museum’s rental spaces with 10% discount on rental fee for second event: Kenneth C. Griffin Hall, Hurst Family Galleries, 5th Floor Outdoor Gallery, Tom and Diane Tuft Trustee Room, Susan and John Hess Family Theater and Gallery, Kaufman Gallery, or 8th Floor Studio Cafe/Cafe Terrace (subject to rental fees and all direct costs)
  • Two complimentary after-hours tours for 25 guests
  • Twenty Corporate Executive Courtesy Cards
  • 200 guest passes

Virtual Benefits

  • Two complimentary virtual Art History or Art Making from Home sessions, or 360-Degree Virtual Tours, for 25 Guests
  • Unlimited privileges to host a virtual event (subject to direct costs)
  • Invitations to exclusive digital programming throughout the year 


To safeguard the well-being of members, artists, and staff, we require a timed ticket booked in advance of each visit. In-person events and tours are currently being offered at a reduced capacity, and have been expanded to include an online option. 




We Gratefully Acknowledge The Generous
Support of the Following Companies:

Patron ($60,000+)
Bloomberg Philanthropies
Condé Nast
Hearst
Samsung

Benefactor ($40,000–$59,999)
Citi
Elliott Investment Management
Google
JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Rubenstein

Partner ($25,000–$39,999)
American Express
Bank of America
BNY Mellon
Boston Consulting Group
Cerberus
Christie's
Citadel
Con Edison
Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP
Delta Air Lines
Deutsche Bank
Equitable Foundation
Ernst & Young LLP
The Estée Lauder Companies Inc.
Fox Corporation
Goldman Sachs
Interpublic Group
Johnson & Johnson
L'Oréal USA
Latham & Watkins LLP
Marsh & McLennan Companies
MediaLink
MetLife
Moody's Corporation
Morgan Stanley
Nordstrom
Pfizer Inc
Pratt
Related Companies
S&P Global
Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP
Sidley Austin LLP
Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP
Sotheby’s
Tishman Speyer
WarnerMedia

Friend ($15,000–$24,999)
Amway
CBRE
Colgate-Palmolive Company
Credit Suisse
Crestview Partners
Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson LLP
Loews Corporation
Macy's/Bloomingdale's

Supporter ($5,000–$14,999)
AKRF, Inc.
Chanel, Inc.
The Charles A. Dana Foundation
Dentsu Aegis Network
Greenway Mews Realty LLC
Hauser & Wirth
Jack Resnick & Sons, Inc.
Kaufman Organization
Klick Health
Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP
Maharam
Phillips
Room and Board
Twitter
W. P. Carey Inc
Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz
William Kaufman Organization
The Yale Club of New York City

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Learn more

All visitors aged 12 and older must show proof they have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine for admission to the Whitney, in accordance with NYC requirements. Visitors aged 18 and older will also be asked to show photo ID. Face coverings are required for all visitors. Learn more about the Whitney’s safety guidelines.