May 19, 2016
Online + Out There: MoMA’s Digital Advisory Board

Our teen programming is set up in a multi-tiered way: Open Art Space is a free drop-in program for LGBTQ-identified teens and their allies, with no application required, that people can visit as little or […]

May 18, 2016
Prime Timers’ Thoughts on Aging and Art

I’m an educator here at MoMA, and I am 30 years old. When I teach in MoMA’s galleries I am mostly talking with people who are twice, sometimes three times my age. It’s not something […]

May 17, 2016
Experiments in Engagement with Wafaa Bilal

As the fellow for public programs at MoMA, part of my focus is working with artists to develop experimental programs that position the Museum as a resource for the public, artists, and “non-artists” alike. This […]

May 16, 2016
This Week at MoMA: May 16–22

Here are this week’s picks:

May 13, 2016
Do You Know Your MoMA? 5/13/16

How well do you know your MoMA? If you think you can identify the artist and title of these works from MoMA’s collection—all currently on view in the Museum—please submit your answers by leaving a […]

May 12, 2016
Changing Lenses: Two Museums, One Exhibition

I’m no stranger to Los Angeles. Not only is it where I attended undergraduate school, it’s where my husband’s family lives, and where I had my first museum internship. Last month, as part of MoMA’s […]

May 9, 2016
This Week at MoMA: May 9–15

Offsite or at the Museum, here’s what you won’t want to miss this week:

May 6, 2016
“It’s amazing we don’t have more fights”: A Workshop on Museum Intimacies

Two weekends ago I had the pleasure of facilitating “It’s amazing we don’t have more fights,” a workshop version of my ongoing project The Book of Everyday Instruction. The Book of Everyday Instruction is an […]

May 4, 2016
Make Art Not War: MoMA Teens Collaborate with Artist Mary Mattingly

We first worked with Mary Mattingly in the summer of 2013, when she collaborated with us as one of the teaching artists for the Museum’s first ever 3-D printing course for teens, a program that […]

May 3, 2016
Vincent Price in Otto Preminger’s Laura

I’ve always associated the American actor Vincent Price (1911–1993) with horror films. His work in Gothic features like House of Wax (1953), The Tingler (1959), and Pit and the Pendulum (1961) seem to align perfectly […]

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