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First Saturdays for Families: Lower East Side Stories

On Saturday, May 5, celebrate Lower East Side History Month with the New Museum by commemorating the Bowery Artist Tribute, the Museum’s digital archive of artists who have lived and worked on or near the Bowery. Families are encouraged to ...

Hiwa K in Conversation with Natalie Bell

Join us for an in-gallery discussion with Hiwa K, led by Associate Curator Natalie Bell, on the occasion of his exhibition “Blind as the Mother Tongue.” Drawing on vernacular forms and collaborative and performative actions, the Iraqi-Kurdish artist makes work ...

Jimmy Wright Studio Visit

Join Richard Flood, Director of Special Projects & Curator at Large, for visit to the Bowery studio of artist Jimmy Wright, a pioneer of Chicago’s Imagist movement. Wright is known for paintings that confront the complexities of his Southern upbringing, ...

Annual State of the Art Conversation

Join Margot Norton, Curator, in the New Museum’s Sky Room for a lively conversation between artists Lynda Benglis and Kaari Upson. The discussion will focus on their respective practices and intuitive approaches to working with a variety of materials. RSVP ...

Persona Non Granted by Will Rawls

As part of Anna Craycroft’s exhibition and residency “Motion into Being,” presented during the Department of Education and Public Engagement’s Spring 2018 R&D Season: ANIMATION, artist Will Rawls will screen three films made using Craycroft’s installation and animation apparatus. In ...

First Saturdays for Families: Pattern Play

Join us for Family Day presented in conjunction with 2018 Triennial: “Songs for Sabotage,” on view at the New Museum through April 27, 2018. Families will explore the work of Wilmer Wilson IV, in which promotional flyers for churches, parties, ...

Beyond Human: Frameworks for Fundamental Rights

Bringing together leading scholars and cultural critics, this panel discussion will consider the legal and ethical implications of expanded definitions of personhood. Participants will explore issues tied to animal rights, environmental protections, corporate personhood, reproductive rights, disability, and racial discrimination ...

National Forum on Ethics and Archiving the Web, Day 3

The dramatic rise in the public’s use of the web and social media to document events presents tremendous opportunities to transform the practice of social memory. Web archives can serve as witness to crimes, corruption, and abuse; they are powerful ...