Queens Museum: June 2018 Schedule


June at the
Queens Museum



Installation view, Flint Fit. Photo by Hai Zhang.

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The Big Time Summer Art Thing for Kids  
Summer Camp 2018 Only a few spots remain! Sign up for this two-week summer art camp where campers get to practice a wide variety of art forms: printmaking, drawing, sculpting, puppet-making, and so much more! Ages 7-11
Jun 20
Mel Chin: All Over the Place 

Co-produced by the Queens Museum and No Longer Empty, this career survey presents a multi-site exhibition that spans nearly four decades of Chin’s malleable artistic practice. The exhibition extends beyond the Queens Museum to all over NYC; onto the subway, in Broadway-Lafayette station, and into the heart of Times Square. As of May 13, Chin’s exhibition entered cyberspace with his new collaborative sound piece Soundtrack, which is inspired by sounds of the NYC subway. Click here to listen to the piece.  

On view through Aug 12
Event Picks

All events are open to the public and free with Museum admission unless otherwise noted.
Click here for the full event calendar.

In Search of Something Special

Parents, guardians and caregivers will have the opportunity to explore sensory play, education, psychology, and design in this offsite workshop. 

Jun 3
Second Saturdays Explores Mel Chin: All Over the Place
The Artifice of Facts and BeliefThis new series presents dynamic public programs that explore themes from our temporary exhibitions. This installment will include a poetry reading, music and dance performances, a collage workshop, and a special conversation between psychoanalyst, Jamieson Webster and Mel Chin. 
Jun 9
World Cinema & Culture

Prepare to start thinking like a film critic in this 4-week New New Yorkers workshop series in Mandarin. Participants will be introduced to cinema trends and analyze overlapping themes in various genres.  

Jun 11
Valerie Green/Dance Entropy Presents Utopia

Join us for Valerie Green/Dance Entropy’s dance performance, Utopia, which will be followed by a Q&A, moderated by creative director and choreographer, Valerie Green.

Jun 17
Every Sunday   
Free Drop-in Family Workshops 1:30-4:30pm
We invite children aged 5-12 and their adult companions to spend Sundayafternoons at the Queens Museum and enjoy art-making, dance, music, and storytelling! 
This week’s workshop is National Child’s Day (June 3) where participants will create self-portraits using drawings, paper sculptures, and collages.Ages 4 and up.Visit our Families page to learn more about each week’s theme this month.Free Guided Tours
1pm Exhibition Tour (in English)
2pm Exhibition Tour (in Spanish)
3pm Permanent Collection Tour (in English)All tours meet at the park side information desk.
Open Calls  
We are now accepting applications for our 2018-2019 QM-Jerome Foundation Fellowship for emerging artists in New York City. Learn more and apply by the July 16th deadline!

We are now accepting applications for our 2018-2020 Studio Program! Attend the Information Session/Open House on June 9th and apply by the July 10th deadline!




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