Museums in Long Island City, NY

Find museums in Long Island City, NY. Listings include MoMA PS1, The Noguchi Museum, Greater Astoria Historical Society, M. Wells, Dorsky Gallery Curatorial Programs and Save 5 Pointz. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.

MoMA PS1

MoMA PS1

22-25 Jackson Ave, Long Island City 11101

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M. Wells

M. Wells

43-15 Crescent St, Long Island City 11101

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  • 07/26/21
    This Saturday, July 31, families with kids ages 4–10 are invited to join Noguchi Museum educators and special guest artist Chemin Hsiao for art activities at Rainey Park. Free, register here: https://...
    > The Noguchi Museum
  • 07/06/21
    Saturday, July 10, at 10:30 am ET, families with children ages 3–7 are invited to a reading of ‘A Boy Named Isamu: A Story of Isamu Noguchi,’ and an art-making activity with author and illustrator Jam...
    > The Noguchi Museum
  • 07/02/21
    ‘Christian Boltanski, Animitas’ in The New York Times ‘Sculpture Transplanted to the Gardens’ By Martha Schwendener Photographed by Madeline Cass https://www.nytimes.com/2021/07/01/arts/design/outd...
    > The Noguchi Museum
  • 06/30/21
    New on noguchi.org: Eleni Petaloti and Leonidas Trampoukis of Objects of Common Interest present a visual journey through Isamu Noguchi’s relationship with Greece, a place he once described as his “in...
    > The Noguchi Museum
  • 06/29/21
    New on noguchi.org: MFA Interior Design students at Pratt Institute present their research and design proposals for Akari retail environments and other flexible program spaces for the renovation of Is...
    > The Noguchi Museum
  • 06/29/21
    There's another Stage in town as a platform for performance, gathering, protest, and all forms of creative expression. While "Stage" by Rashid Johnson is ongoing in our courtyard, the artist's "Red St...
    > MoMA PS1
  • 06/25/21
    For you 🌸 Interested in the interplay between image and text, Niki de Saint Phalle created many artist books. The "Love Book," made in crayon and felt pen, is a charming and heartfelt assemblage. ...
    > MoMA PS1