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MoMA

COMMUNITY GROUP RESERVATION FORM

MoMA is pleased to offer a variety of programs to nonprofit community organizations that serve young adults, adults, families, and seniors.

MoMA is pleased to offer a variety of programs to nonprofit community organizations that serve young adults, adults, families, and seniors. Lectures and inquiry-based discussions can be arranged through single or multipart programs both at the museum and off-site. Our regular participants include senior centers, libraries, community centers, social service agencies, continuing education groups, and camps.

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Which date(s) would you like to visit the Museum?

What time of day would you like to visit the Museum? Please check as many as apply

  1. Early morning (9:30–10:30 a.m.)
  2. Mid–late morning (10:30 a.m.–12:00 p.m.)
  3. Early afternoon (12:00–1:30 p.m.)
  4. Mid-afternoon (1:30–3:30 p.m.)
  5. Late afternoon (3:30–5:30 p.m.)

Program Type

  1. Unguided — Admission only
  2. One-part — Includes one museum visit with an hour-long educator-guided tour
  3. Three-part — Includes two off-site visits and one guided Museum visit
  4. Art Studio — An art studio is a two-hour program that includes looking at art in the galleries and art-making in the Museum's education classrooms or in the galleries. Students of all levels explore a theme in the Museum's collection and enhance their understanding of concepts by creating their own works of art.
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Total Number of Participants

  1. One chaperone per ten students required
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Please understand that submitting a request for a visit is not a confirmation of your reservation. We will process each request in the order they are received and we will contact you to confirm. Three weeks notice is required for guided tour requests.