Floor 3, Laurie M. Tisch Education Center
Artworks on view at the Museum right now touch on the role of art in activism and social change; the politics of race, history, and cultural identity; power, access and privilege; and more. As a platform for art that engages with pressing social issues, the Whitney Museum is committed to fostering dialogue and debate in these weekly sessions.
After you see An Incomplete History of Protest: Selections from the Whitney's Collection, 1940–2017 and Where We Are: Selections from the Whitney's Collection, 1900–1960, join Whitney Museum Teaching Fellows for an open discussion about the politics and ethics of representation.
The Hearst Artspace and the Seminar Room are equipped with induction hearing loops and infrared assistive listening systems. Accessible seating is also available.
FM assistive listening devices with headsets or neck loops are available for public and private gallery tours and public programs. You may request receivers for tours at the Mobile Guide counter at the admissions desk on Floor 1.
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