The Queens Museum presents a variety of cutting-edge and critically acclaimed contemporary exhibitions and projects, as well as temporary exhibitions and artist projects. The Queens Museum’s permanent exhibitions include ‘The Panorama of the City of New York’, ‘World’s Fair Open Storage,’ where guests can explore the 1964 World’s Fair through a virtual reality game, ‘The Neustadt Collection of Tiffany Glass’ and ‘the Relief Map of the New York City Water Supply System.
The Queens Museum Studio Program
The Queens Museum Studio Program is a working studio program that aims to support artists’ creative processes and professional development. One of the only US museums to house such a program, the Queens Museum welcomes four new artists to the program each season who are integrated into existing program.
The Queens Museum presents an array of educational programs and projects, ranging from school programs for pre-K-12 students, tours, and workshops, as well as long-term residencies and professional development courses. School programs include hands-on art-making activities, in-depth observations, and interpretations of art and historical exhibits, and tours and workshops take an in-depth look at both the permanent and temporary exhibitions. Long-term residencies include one-time workshops and multi-year residencies.
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