ON THIS PAGE
The Director’s Council
Through a series of engaging programs and conversations with the Director, The Director’s Council brings together a dynamic group of MoMA supporters who share a passion for modern and contemporary art. Past events have included curator-led tours, dinners with living artists represented in MoMA’s collection, and intimate receptions at the Director’s home.
For more information about The Director’s Council, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (212) 408-6327.
The Junior Associates
The Junior Associates of The Museum of Modern Art is an affiliate group for the Museum’s young patrons ages 21 to 40. Founded in 1990, the group provides its members with the opportunity to participate in and support modern and contemporary art programs, both at the Museum and within the art community at large. Members enjoy an extensive schedule of events, including visits to artists’ studios, private collections, and galleries; curatorial walk-throughs; behind-the-scenes tours; and invitations to openings at the Museum. Members also actively support MoMA by making significant contributions to curatorial departments, exhibitions, and education programs with funding from dues, individual gifts, and pledges. Through the dedication and enthusiasm of its members, The Junior Associates has established itself as an integral part of the Museum and its future.
For more information about The Junior Associates, please call (212) 333-1240 or go to www.moma.org/ja.
The Contemporary Arts Council
The Contemporary Arts Council of The Museum of Modern Art was established in 1949 by Mrs. John D. Rockefeller, III, and was designed to actively involve the Museum’s members in contemporary art programs. More than fifty years later, the CAC is recognized as one of the Museum’s important sources of support for the exhibition, acquisition, and study of contemporary art. CAC members are collectors and art enthusiasts who are deeply committed to the mission of MoMA and the CAC. Members enjoy a broad range of special programs that offer privileged access to the Museum’s collection and staff. Sample activities include tours of MoMA exhibitions and visits to private and corporate collections and artists’ studios.
Membership is by invitation and there are restrictions with regards to art professionals.
For more information about The Contemporary Arts Council, please call (212) 708-9519.
The Friends of Education
The mission of The Friends of Education of The Museum of Modern Art is to foster a greater appreciation of art created by African American artists and to encourage African American participation and membership at MoMA. In addition to financial support, the group’s members provide invaluable assistance to the Museum’s outreach efforts to the African American community. Founded in 1993, The Friends of Education hosts educational activities, gallery talks, and studio visits for its members. In addition, the Friends created a special fund to make annual gifts to the Museum for the purchase of art created by African American artists. Membership is by invitation only.
For more information about The Friends of Education or to join the mailing list, please call (212) 408-8517 or email email@example.com.
The Family Council
The Family Council of The Museum of Modern Art is a patron group for families who have a passion for modern and contemporary art. Members enjoy a series of intimate programs conceived by MoMA’s Department of Education, and unparalleled access to the Museum’s collection and exhibitions. Annual Family Council events include educator-led workshops, curator-led tours, private family film screenings, and an invitation to the Family Council Luncheon.
For more information about the Family Council, please call (212) 333-6591 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The aim of the A+D Circle is to cultivate awareness and discussion of modern and contemporary architecture and design through interaction with both The Museum of Modern Art’s collection and members of the architecture and design community at large. In addition, the Circle supports MoMA’s Department of Architecture and Design through fundraising events and financial support. Members enjoy privileged access to exhibitions, lectures, and symposia, as well as private curatorial tours of buildings, architects’ and designers’ studios, and collections. Membership is open to all, but the size of the group is limited.
For more information about the A+D Circle, please call (212) 708-9540 or email email@example.com.
The Contemporary Drawing and Print Associates
The Contemporary Drawing and Print Associates is a small group of collectors with a dedicated interest in modern and contemporary drawings and prints. Meeting eight times per year, members enjoy behind-the-scenes events organized exclusively for them, such as private curator- and artist-led tours of major exhibitions; visits to artists’ studios, print workshops, and private collections; and lectures and discussions with artists and art historians. Members enjoy close contact with the curators of the Museum’s Department of Drawings and Prints, and their dues are used primarily to support the annual acquisition of one or more major works on paper for the Museum’s collection.
For more information about The Contemporary Drawing and Print Associates, please call (212) 708-9702.
The Museum of Modern Art’s Library Council is a group of approximately one hundred members whose contributions benefit the historic and contemporary research collections in MoMA’s Library and Museum Archives. Acknowledged as being among the world’s most important scholarly resources, these collections are made available to an international community of scholars and readers in the Lewis B. and Dorothy Cullman Education and Research Center. A central focus of the Library Council is its artist’s publication program. At least every other year, the Library Council publishes a specially printed artist’s book or edition that is intended to shed light on the Museum’s collection and to give artists an opportunity to experiment with the book as an art form. As a benefit of participation, members receive a copy of the edition published during their membership year. During the year the Council hosts several gatherings, often held in private homes and libraries, but also including walkthroughs of exhibitions held at MoMA and outside institutions.
If you have any questions or would like to discuss the program in greater detail, please contact Milan Hughston, Chief of Library and Museum Archives, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or May Castleberry, Editor, Contemporary Editions, at email@example.com.
The Photography Council
The Photography Council of The Museum of Modern Art was established in 1986. Open by invitation only, it is an association of collectors and others seriously interested in the art of photography and in The Museum’s photography collection. Our events enable members to deepen their involvement in photography and the photography community, and to develop relationships with the curatorial staff of MoMA’s Department of Photography. At each event a noted historian, critic, collector, or—most often—working artist is invited to join the Council and staff to discuss a body of work, an exhibition, or an important issue in photography. Dues are used to support the acquisition of photographs for the collection.
For more information about The Photography Council, please call (212) 708-9626.
If you are interested in reproducing images from The Museum of Modern Art web site, please visit the Image Permissions page (www.moma.org/permissions). For additional information about using content from MoMA.org, please visit About this Site (www.moma.org/site).
© Copyright 2016 The Museum of Modern Art