Engage with artists, curators, writers, and scholars through innovative programs that explore the Whitney’s current exhibitions and permanent collection.
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Walter Annenberg Lecture: Jason Moran
MON, Dec 16, 2019
For the 2019 Walter Annenberg Lecture, Jason Moran speaks about the history of jazz and its role in American art and culture with Adam D. Weinberg, the Museum’s Alice Pratt Brown Director.
Tickets are required ($15 adults; $12 members, students, and seniors).
Ottessa Moshfegh on Rachel Harrison
WED, Dec 18, 2019
In conjunction with Rachel Harrison Life Hack, writer Ottessa Moshfegh responds to the exhibition and Harrison’s practice.
Tickets are required ($10 adults; $8 members, students, seniors, and visitors with a disability).
Sites of Jazz: A Conversation with Jason Moran
SUN, Jan 5, 2020
In the closing program for his self-titled exhibition, Jason Moran discusses how the history of jazz is being preserved, shared, and reinvented today. Speakers include Moran; Kamilah Forbes, Executive Producer at the Apollo Theater; Deborah Gordon, owner of the Village Vanguard; and artist Adam Pendleton.
Tickets are required ($10 adults, $8 members, students, seniors, and visitors with a disability).
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.
The Burning Child: Screening and Conversation with Joseph Leo Koerner and David Breslin
Sun, Nov 17, 2019
Contemporary Indigenous Art in a Global Context: Alan Michelson in Conversation with Wanda Nanibush and Richard Bell
Sat, Oct 26, 2019