The Studio Museum in Harlem programming space, Studio Museum 127, is temporarily closed. Learn more
The Studio Museum offers an exciting range of programs and events for people of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds designed to foster inquiry, promote dialogue, and inspire.
Our programs offer a unique blend of perspectives and invite you to explore how contemporary art can ignite the imagination, engage the mind, and reflect our human experience.
Check out the Calendar for a list of upcoming events.
For nearly fifty years, The Studio Museum in Harlem has presented a wide range of public programs that bring the Museum’s mission and exhibitions to life. Surveying prevalent issues in contemporary
The Studio Museum in Harlem acknowledges the need for families to spend time together. Nurturing bonds between parents and their children through art, the Museum offers programs and activities that
Teen Programs at the Studio Museum provide a safe environment for teens to express themselves creatively. Programs offer students the opportunity to meet and converse with prominent visual artists,
The Studio Museum in Harlem offers engaging, accessible experiences for visitors of all ages, including older adults. Seniors are welcome at a variety of Adult Programs that include opportunities to
Our galleries are closed in preparation for our new building; therefore, group visits are temporarily unavailable. However, the Studio Museum offers in-school programs including
School programs reflect the Museum’s deep commitment to schools and youth-focused organizations in Harlem and across New York City. The Studio Museum builds tailored partnerships with schools and
Educator Programs reflect the Museum’s deep commitment to educators of all disciplines. We know that teachers are at the center of education and acknowledge that their work has profound effects
The Studio Museum offers paid internship opportunities in conjunction with the academic calendar year. The next major round of internship opportunities at the Studio Museum will be the Fall 2020,
The Studio Musuem in Harlem’s education programs are made possible thanks in part to funding from Target; the Gray Foundation; Con Edison; the May and Samuel Rudin Family Foundation; the Joseph and Joan Cullman Foundation for the Arts; and the Thompson Foundation Education Fund. Additional support is generously provided by The New York City Department of Cultural Affairs; the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, and the New York City Council; and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.