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Library Hours in the Resource Room with Kameelah Janan Rasheed

Kameelah Janan Rasheed shares materials from her personal archival collection of printed matter, including small press publications, magazine articles on independent black schools, textbooks and curriculum sets from the mid-1970s, course catalogues, independent black periodicals, and contemporary texts. During library hours, visitors are welcome to explore the archival materials and engage in i... ... Continue reading ›

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Triennial Members Reception

Avoid the crowds while you mix and mingle with other New Museum Members during an after-hours reception and private viewing of the 2018 Triennial: “Songs for Sabotage.” The Members Reception is open to New Museum Members and one guest apiece. RSVP by May 15 to membership@newmuseum.org or 212.219.1222 ×234. New ... Continue reading ›

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Seven on Seven 2018

Rhizome and the New Museum present Seven on Seven, the flagship art-meets-tech event that pairs seven leading artists with seven visionary technologists and asks them to “make something”: an artwork, a prototype, a provocation—whatever they imagine. What they create in their short time together premieres at the conference, yet its effects ripple beyond that day.Founded by ... Continue reading ›

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Toward an Ethics of Animation

Join us for the world premiere of Anna Craycroft’s stop-motion animation film, which the artist constructed by shooting new footage weekly in her exhibition “Motion into Being.” Craycroft is the artist-in-residence for the Department of Education and Public Engagement’s Spring 2018 R&D Season: ANIMATION.The screening will be part of an illustrated dialogue with art historian Gloria ... Continue reading ›

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InsideDesign: Museum of Sex

Join New Museum Deputy Director Karen Wong for a visit to the Museum of Sex for a behind the scenes look at the immersive room scale VR installation Celestial Bodies: The Couples VR Experience. The tour will be followed by a conversation between Wong and Museum of Sex Artistic Director Serge Becker. RSVP by May 1 ... Continue reading ›

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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 inspired by political events, chance encounters, oral histories, and his own experiences, including fleeing Iraq on ... Continue reading ›

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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, as well as his sketches of New York nightlife. We will learn about his practice and ... Continue reading ›