Made Together

Art from Our Community

Last chance

Through Mar 29


Anthony Mosquea. Escape. 2024. Stamped ink on paper. Courtesy of the artist Image description: A vertically oriented work on paper of overlapping rectangles of forest green filling the entire page. The white paper is visible through the cross-hatched pattern of the stamped shapes. Near the bottom and center of the composition, ochre yellow, burnt orange, and brick red inks are stamped over each other to create two stacked abstract areas within the sea of green ink.
  • Education Center, Mezzanine The Lewis B. and Dorothy Cullman Education and Research Building

Art helps us learn more about ourselves, the world, and our place in it. Through MoMA’s Access and Prime Time partnership initiatives, we work in collaboration with community-based organizations throughout New York City to create space for New Yorkers to engage with art and express themselves.

As the title Made Together suggests, our goal is to create spaces in the Museum for creativity to flourish, where our communities can feel seen, heard, and valued. MoMA’s studios are spaces for practice and experimentation, and the galleries provide a forum for dialogue and connection.

The exhibition features work from partnerships with the ArTech Collective, Brooklyn Parkinson Group, CIDA, Community Access, Odyssey House, SAGE, and YAI Arts.

Our communities activate the Museum in new and exciting ways. This exhibition showcases the diverse personalities, interests, and experiences of the individuals who participate in these programs.

For more on MoMA’s commitment to accessibility and for information about upcoming programs, please visit

Organized by Theresa Rodewald and Lara Schweller, Associate Educators, Access Program and Initiatives, MoMA, in collaboration with teaching artists Jamie Mirabella, Harriet Tebbetts, and Madison Zalopany.

The Adobe Foundation is proud to support equity, learning, and creativity at MoMA.

Access and Community Programs are supported by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF).

Major funding is provided by Volkswagen of America, The Taft Foundation, and by the Werner and Elaine Dannheisser Fund for Older Adults at MoMA in honor of Agnes Gund.

Additional support is provided by the Sarah K. de Coizart Article TENTH Perpetual Charitable Trust, the Allene Reuss Memorial Trust, the J.E. and Z.B. Butler Foundation, the Megara Foundation, The Max and Victoria Dreyfus Foundation, Inc., the Von Seebeck-Share B Charitable Trust, The Elroy and Terry Krumholz Foundation, and the Annual Education Fund.


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