The educational opportunities of the MoMA goes above and beyond the typical programs museums have to offer. Research is extremely important to the MoMA, which is reflected among the immense amount of research resources the MoMA offers to the general public. The Museum Archives are one of the most useful and renowned resources at the MoMA. Internationally recognized, the Archives serves as a center that collects and preserves 90 years of the MoMA’s historical records, primary source art documents, and a variety of private papers from artists, galleries, art historians, and critics. Without the Museum’s Archives, the MoMA wouldn’t be the educational art institution it values itself as.
Although the MoMA Archives are extensive and renowned, it can be a difficult and long process to become enabled to access them. So, if you want immediate and more accessible knowledge, then look to the Museum of Modern Art Library. This library has a comprehensive collection of over 300,000 books and catalogs that distinguish and explore various art forms, artists, and history of art. It is important to note that while the library is open to everyone, K through 12 students should complete their research at school, private libraries, or online before they look to the Museum of Modern Art Library.
The last educational initiative of the MoMA is at a remote location and is not open to the general public, but it is useful for college students, scholars, educational institutions, and people in the film field. The Celeste Bartos Film Preservation Center is located in Hamlin, Pennsylvania, and is renowned as a top rank preservation center for collection the most important and significant film art. Over 25,000 films from the most successful and influential directors and creators resign at this center. Some of the directors and innovators features in this center are; Warner Bros., Walt Disney, Andy Warhol, Francis Ford Coppola, Clint Eastwood, Martin Scorsese, and Tim Burton. Photo: Museum of Modern Art
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