Engage with artists, curators, writers, and scholars through innovative programs that explore the Whitney’s current exhibitions and permanent collection.
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Dialogues with Painting: David Reed and Kim Conaty on Mary Corse
THU, Jul 26, 2018
This program considers Mary Corse's experiments with painting by examining process, materials, and forms. Artist and writer David Reed and Kim Conaty, Steven and Ann Ames Curator of Drawings and Prints and curator of the exhibition Mary Corse: A Survey in Light, discuss Corse's practice in front of the works themselves.
Tickets are required ($12 adults; $10 for members, students, and seniors).
Taíno Today: Art and Culture in the Caribbean
FRI, Jul 20, 2018
On the occasion of the exhibition Pacha, Llaqata, Wasichay: Indigenous Space, Modern Architecture, New Art, this conversation explores the field of Taíno art and culture.
Tickets are required ($10 adults; $8 members, students, and seniors). Members: please log in to reserve tickets.
The OG of Undocumented Children
FRI, Aug 10, 2018
This performance by Guadalupe Maravilla, one of the seven artists featured in the exhibition Pacha, Llaqta, Wasichay: Indigenous Space, Modern Architecture, New Art, develops out of his ongoing investigation of the displacement of Central American people.
This event is free with Museum admission during pay-what-you-wish hours. Registration is recommended.
This program offers advanced graduate students the opportunity to work directly with the Whitney’s collection and audiences within a supportive community of their peers and museum educators.
Whitney courses are multi-week programs that examine key issues in twentieth- and twenty-first-century American art and culture.
College and university students are invited to come as a class to explore the Whitney, guided by either their professor or one of our Teaching Fellows.