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New Museum Seminars

Research and Development Seasons connects various projects in the Museum, Theater, and Resource Center around a new organizing theme each fall and spring.

Research and Development Seasons

Organized by the New Museum’s Department of Education and Public Engagement, R&D (Research and Development) Seasons connect various projects across multiple platforms around a new organizing theme each fall and spring. The spring 2014 R&D Season theme is VOICE.

G:Class

The Global Classroom (G:Class) utilizes the Museum as a resource to enhance learning and engage high school students through the exploration of contemporary art connecting to local, global, and cultural issues that affect their lives.

Bowery Artist Tribute

Both a celebration and exploration of our new neighborhood, the Bowery Artist Tribute explores the presence of artists on this famed thoroughfare. Focused on researching the history of artists and art production on the Bowery, the Bowery Artist Tribute is a dynamic art history of the area.

Tours

The Museum offers several types of tours—find the right tour for your group.

First Saturdays for Families

Participate in special, hands-on programs for families with children and young adults four to fifteen years old. Families can explore the New Museum’s exhibitions through lively conversations in the galleries and engage in related creative activities.

Digital Archive

The Digital Archive contains over 6,000 exhibition images, exhibition descriptions, publications, public program chronology, and a searchable database of over 3,700 artists, curators, and institutions associated with the New Museum's programming.

  • 2,162 featured artists
  • 712 Public Programs
  • 441 Exhibitions

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