The New Museum Digital Archive contains documentation of the New Museum's program and institutional history in the form of images, video, audio, publications, and printed matter.Browse the ArchiveR
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Special, hands-on programs designed for families with children three to eight years old, conducted by trained New Museum educatorsLearn MoreR
The Resource Center offers New Museum visitors books, catalogues, magazines, and digital materials on international contemporary art and culture as well as publications related to current exhibitions.Learn MoreR
The Spring 2015 R&D Season theme is SPECULATION.Learn MoreR
New Museum Seminars brings together small groups of multidisciplinary thinkers and practitioners over a three-month period to discuss pressing thematics around the R&D Seasons.Learn MoreR
The Fall 2016 R&D Season: DEMOCRACY reflects on the potential redemption of a government “by the people for the people” in a moment when the urgency to build consensus may require the compromise of certain revolutionary principles.
School and Teen Programs utilize the Museum as a resource to enhance learning and to engage high school students through the exploration of contemporary art—connecting educators and teens to local, global, and cultural issues that affect their lives.
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.
In late 2013, the Education Department at the New Museum unveiled its newly reconfigured Resource Center, providing a platform for making visible histories, research, and broader contexts for artistic and curatorial production.
New Museum Seminars brings together small groups of multidisciplinary thinkers and practitioners over a three-month period to discuss pressing thematics around the R&D Seasons.