|Co-produced by Times Square Arts, No Longer Empty and Queens Museum, Mel Chin presents his large-scale sculpture Wake and companion mixed reality piece Unmoored — developed with Microsoft — to explore a surrealistic experience of rising waters in Times Square as part of All Over the Place.||Closing Sept 5|
|Queens International 2018: Volumes |
This year’s biennial will bring together 41 artists representing 15 neighborhoods in a multi-site exhibition that can, for the first time, be navigated through a website, which functions as an alternative experience to the show. Browse through artists interviews, floor plans, an exhibition model, and more!
|Opening Oct 7|
|Workers Rights Novela* |
Join us for a special film screening of “La Historia de Rossana” followed by Q&A with director Gabriela Ceja and members of New Immigrant Community Empowerment (NICE).
|Sept 22 |
|My Body, My Country |
This performance and workshop led by visual artist and choreographer, Anabella Lenzu, is open to audiences of all genders and ages interested in exploring the female perspective through movement and visual expression, and to experience a journey of self-discovering
|Free Drop-in Family Workshops 1:30-4:30pm|
We invite children aged 5-12 and their adult companions to spend Sunday afternoons at the Queens Museum and enjoy art-making, dance, music, and storytelling! Next week’s Let’s Play-Dough workshop (September 16) will celebrate National Play-Dough Day where participants will create fun sculptures out of their own home-made play-dough.
Ages 4 and up.Visit our Families page to learn more about each week’s theme this month.
Free Guided Tours
All tours meet at the park side information desk.
|We are now accepting|
proposals for the 2019 Community Partnership Exhibition Program! The Community Partnership Gallery at the Queens Museum provides an
opportunity for our cultural and other nonprofit organizational partners to develop and mount short-term exhibitions based on their programs and our collaborative projects. Proposals are accepted on a rolling-basis so apply today!
|Museum Closed: US Open|
As many of you may know, the Queens Museum is located only a few hundred feet from the US Open. Due to the heightened security for the tennis tournament, access to the Museum is affected. As such, we will be closed from Wednesday, August 29 until the September 9 conclusion of the tournament.We apologize for the inconvenience and will use this downtime to install an exciting exhibition season. We hope you will join us on October 7 for the opening of Queens International 2018: Volumes.
The Mile Long Opera
|Read About Us in the Media|
|New York Times: 29 Art Exhibitions to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend|
BBC: ‘There are boats floating above my head in Times Square’
am New York: Culture Pass NYC: How to get one, where to use it and what to know