We have an exciting slate of exhibitions coming up, and while we undergo installation, our permanent collection is still on view.
Opening April 5:
- Ulrike Muller and Amy Zion: The Conference of the Animals and 120 Years of Children Drawing New York City
- After the Plaster Foundation
- Bruce Davidson: People in Public Space
- Ridgewood Reservoir for the 21st Century (Community Partnership Exhibition)
Until then, enjoy My Word(s) – These are the tools I trust (Community Partnership Exhibition), the Panorama of the City of New York, the Neustadt Collection of Tiffany Glass, the Relief Map of the New York City Water Supply System, and the World’s Fair Collection.
Budding artists aged 7-11 are invited to sign up for our Big Time Summer Art Thing for Kids camp with sessions in July and August.
The call for the Queens Museum/Jerome Foundation Fellowship for Emerging Artistsopens at midnight on Friday, February 28. Apply before April 24, 2020.
Meet the new cohort in the Queens College/Queens Museum advanced degree program, Social Practice Queens.
My Word(s) – These are the tools I trust
(Community Partnership Exhibition)
On view through April 19, 2020
The exhibition presents text-based art and creative arts programs produced by participants of Free Verse, a poetry workshop, working artists program, publishing house, and magazine that works with people in NYC Department of Probation waiting rooms to turn “waiting time into creative-time.”
Tiffany’s Iridescence: Glass in Rainbow Hues
The Neustadt Collection
On view through Summer 2020
Explore the science and artistry behind Louis Comfort Tiffany’s iridescent sheet and blown glass, as part of the Neustadt Collection housed at the Queens Museum. Vivid colors, hypnotizing patterns, and intriguing textures showcase the vast range of Tiffany’s iridescence.
For further information about events www.queensmuseum.org