We work with a variety of nonprofit community organizations throughout New York City.

  • Plan a one-time event, an ongoing partnership, or a professional development workshop at MoMA or off-site
  • Work with us to tailor a program to the children, young adults, adults, families, or older adults your organization serves

Request a reservation for your organization after reviewing the audiences we serve from the list below. Once your visit is scheduled, a MoMA educator will contact you to further tailor the visit and lesson to meet your needs.

Request a reservation

With advance notice, we can provide educators who speak other languages.

Sign language interpretation available Assisted listening capabilities available

You may also request a sign language interpreter or FM assistive listening devices (headsets and neck loops) for any program with at least two weeks advance notice.

Who We Serve

Organizations Serving Youth & Adults

Explore various aspects of modern and contemporary art in interactive sessions that engage participants in discussion, and can include art making. See the Teen section for many more programs.

Group size up to 15

Organizations serving ABE, GED, & Adult ESOL

Acquire literacy skills through engagement with works of art in MoMA’s collection. Experience MoMA through observation, analysis, and discussion.

Group size up to 15

Organizations Serving Mentors/Mentees

Explore MoMA’s collection with your mentor/mentee in a fun, interactive two-hour session that includes discussion as well as sketching and art making.

Group size up to 15

Organizations Serving Older Adults

Look closely and discuss modern and contemporary art. Single or multipart programs are available at MoMA and off-site at community organizations, libraries, and senior centers.

Group size up to 15

Organizations Serving Kids & Families

Welcome to MoMA: Introductory Tours and Workshops for Groups of Families

Learn to integrate the arts into everyday family life and also into your children’s education.
For individual families, see our Kids & Families section.
Programs can be at MoMA and off-site.

Group size up to 15



Family Arts and Literacy

Facilitate English language development by exploring MoMA’s collection while focusing on reading, writing, and conversation skills.
For individual families, see our Kids & Families section.
Programs can be at MoMA and off-site.

Group size up to 15



Homebound Individuals

Participate in a teleconference course or take a course online. Led by MoMA educators, these programs allow individuals to experience the museum’s collection without leaving home.



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Education at MoMA is made possible by a partnership with Volkswagen of America.

Community Programs are made possible by the Werner and Elaine Dannheisser Fund for Older Adults and by The Fan Fox and Leslie R. Samuels Foundation, Inc. Generous support is provided by Karen Bedrosian Richardson and by The Merrill G. and Emita E. Hastings Foundation. Additional support is provided by the Annual Education Fund.



Photo: Jason Brownrigg