Museum invites visitors to experience the latest innovations in contemporary art and design.
What You'll Get
- Visitors may view “The World of Anna Sui,” a retrospective of the iconic American fashion designer, through Feb. 23, 2020; “Vera Paints a Scarf: The Art and Design of Vera Neumann,” an exhibition celebrating the work of artist, designer, and entrepreneur, through Jan. 26, 2020; and “Burke Prize 2019,” and exhibition of works from the finalists for the Museum’s prize for emerging contemporary artists, through April 12, 2020.
- Adult tickets valid for visitors 19+
- Free admission for visitors under 18
- Onsite cafeteria: yes
- Transportation: A,B,C,D,1 to 59th Street, Columbus Circle. N,R,Q,W to 57th Street, 7th Ave
- Individual Membership includes unlimited free admission, member-only exhibition previews, free films, and discounts on Public Programs and in The Store at MAD. Full benefits can be found here.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Not valid for special events. Not valid on Thursday evenings from 6-9 pm during pay what you wish admission hours. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gift(s). May be repurchased every 90 days. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Museum of Arts and Design
Museum of Arts and Design Situated at the intersection of contemporary craft, art, and design, the Museum of Arts and Design explores the way that artists and designers from around the world translate ideas in masterpieces – from traditional to bleeding-edge. At its stunning Columbus Circle location, visitors marvel at its glass-and-terracotta exterior before exploring rotating exhibitions that range from jewelry and delicate glass works to ceramics to architectural designs and furniture. This meshing of masterpieces has attracted more than a million visitors to the Museum since it opened in its current location in 2008. The Museum’s jewelry collection – much of which is permanently on view in the galleries – illustrates the transformation that took place in the world of studio jewelry from post–World War II to today, while woodwork by generations of well-known artists charts the evolution from hand-carved pieces to astonishing works of machine-aided art. Also, the Museum’s flagship Artist Studio Program gives visitors a behind-the-scenes view of emerging and mid-career artists and designers at work.