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    • Program Support

    • Support Queens Museum Programs

      The Queens Museum has a generous group of funders who help the Museum to both sustain existing programs as well as to develop new ones. Below is a list of Queens Museum existing programs and departments that you may choose to support. For more information, please contact Benjamin Strauss at 718.592.9700 x142 or bstrauss@queensmuseum.org.

      Exhibitions

      The Museum’s exhibition program is comprised of permanent and changing projects ranging from critical contemporary art exhibitions to historical examinations of subjects pertinent to the ever-changing borough. For more information, click here.

      Education

      With a student-centered approach to teaching, the Museum’s educational program provides individuals and groups with personalized art-based learning experiences.  Education programs take the following forms: ArtAccess programs for adults and childred with special needs, Family Programs, New New Yorkers offerings for adult immigrants, Queens Teens, School Programs, and Senior Programs.

      For more information, click here.

      Public Programs

      The Museum hosts more than 70 annual cultural events, has two community organizers, and has cultivated myriad partnerships with community-based organizations large and small. Programming includes: Passport Fridays, the Museum’s flagship outdoor film, dance, and music series, as well as a full palette of annual cultural celebrations and exhibition-related programming.

      For more information, click here.

      Community Engagement

      Engaging the community is not peripheral; it is fundamental to all that we do. It is our stated mission to present the highest quality visual arts and educational programming for people in the New York metropolitan area, and particularly for the residents of Queens, a uniquely diverse ethnic, cultural and international community. This commitment is predicated on the belief that art and cultural programming must be accessible to all members of the community equally.

      For more information, click here.

      Studio Program

      The Queens Museum’s Studio Program offers the opportunity for artists to develop work on-site at the Queens Museum.  Studio artists are chosen through an annual selective jury process.

      For more information, click here.

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      Queens, NY 11368
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