Every Wednesday since June 17, the Queens Museum has hosted a food pantry designed to serve 1,000 families weekly, distributing a week’s worth of fresh and nonperishable food items.
Jorge Rodríguez-Gerada’s massive painting of a masked medical professional, “Somos La Luz” (“We Are the Light”), will be visible to satellites.
This week, join an exciting range of artists, historians, and curators for conversations about art and culture — all from the very same couch where you’ve been falling asleep after one too many deep dives into conspiracy theories.
A public assembly at the Queens Museum will discuss the Green New Deal sponsored by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Sen. Ed Markey.
The Queens Museum’s biennial exhibition offers an assortment of work that considers the politics of art-making in the borough today
Celebrating the year of the pig, the Queens Museum will host a range of performances and workshops this Sunday.
Mel Chin’s work, while visually fascinating and intellectually invigorating, when it moves beyond representation becomes significant, material, socio-political action.
This Wednesday, Mel Chin takes over Times Square as part of his multi-location, interactive art exhibit that includes an animatronic sculpture and a mixed-reality experience.
This will be the 10th edition of the artist-led conference and “the last in its current form,” according to the organizers.
The results of an independent investigation into last years controversy pins much of the blame on the museum’s former director and former deputy director.
An open letter signed by 38 curators, artists, and academics praises Laura Raicovich and calls on art institutions to advance “cultural and social as well as political public discourse.”
Never Built New York at the Queens Museum explores almost two centuries of unrealized architecture through blueprints, drawings, a panorama, and a bouncy castle.