The Studio Museum in Harlem | The Museum of Modern Art – Museum Partnership

The Museum of Modern Art and MoMA PS1 have joined in a multiyear partnership with the Studio Museum in Harlem. Together these museums have developed a series of programs and exhibitions building on existing affiliations and shared values. At the core of this partnership is a joint fellowship for rising professionals in the arts. Founded in 2015, this fellowship program for the development of museum staff is aimed at mentoring and diversifying the next generation of art professionals. The two-year fellowship provides participants with the opportunity to spend a year at each institution, gaining experience in the curatorial or public programming departments.

Additionally, MoMA and the Studio Museum have joined forces on a collaborative exhibition series as part of MoMA’s Elaine Dannheisser Projects Series. The first installment of the series, taking place October 21, 2019–January 20, 2020, will showcase the work of artist Michael Armitage. While the Studio Museum is closed for construction of a new facility on the site of its longtime home on West 125th Street, MoMA PS1 will host the Studio Museum’s Artist-in-Residence exhibitions.