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Whitney Museum of American Art

The acclaimed fine arts institution in New York City is home to one of the world's most comprehensive modern and contemporary American art collections.

Showcasing American Artistry for the Ages

Whitney Museum of American Art

Since its founding in 1931, the Whitney Museum of American Art, commonly known as the Whitney, has served as a leading institution dedicated to the preservation and exhibition of 20th-century and 21st-century American art. The museum has grown from a collection of 600 works to 21,000 pieces created by more than 3,000 American artists. The Whitney's focus on works created by living Americans exposes patrons to relatively young or unknown artists. Through world-class exhibitions, events, and educational programming that cater to families, young children, teenagers, and communities, the Whitney aims to increase access to its unparalleled contemporary American art collection.

GRoW Support

2023

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMING 

WALTER ANNENBERG LECTURE 

2022

General Operating Support

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMING 

WALTER ANNENBERG LECTURE

2021

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMING 

WALTER ANNENBERG LECTURE

 

 

2020

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMING 


WALTER ANNENBERG LECTURE

2019

General Operating Support

Educational Programming

Walter Annenberg Lecture

2018

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMING

Walter Annenberg Lecture

2017

General Operating Support

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMING