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Individual, Family, or Supporter Membership to The Studio Museum in Harlem (Up to 61% Off)

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What You'll Get

Choose from Three Options

$25 for individual membership ($50 value)

  • Free admission for one
  • $15 off in the museum store
  • Free admission or discounted tickets to all education and public programs<p>

$37 for family membership ($75 value)

  • All the benefits of the individual membership
  • Free admission for two adults and children under 18<p>

$49 for supporter membership ($125 value)

  • All the benefits of the individual membership
  • Free admission for one guest when accompanied by a member
  • Reciprocal admission to hundreds of museums across the country<p>

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 360 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per visit. You'll receive your membership in the mail and your membership is good for 12 months from when you receive your membership. Must provide email address, first and last name, and shipping address at checkout. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Studio Museum

Since opening in 1968, the Studio Museum has prided itself on being a catalyst for creators of African and Latino descent. Its longstanding artist-in-residence program has built the careers of more than 100 graduates over the years, and its educational programs have given community members a direct line to the art and artists animating its gallery spaces. The Museum's always-fascinating lineup of events and temporary exhibits might encompass anything from adult-oriented panel discussions on Afrofuturism to dance performances designed with children and families in mind.

Although the Studio Museum is always looking forward, its permanent collection exhibits the power of artists past. The oldest dated work in the collection, Portrait of Sarah Maria Coward, was completed in 1804 by Joshua Johnson, the earliest-documented African-American painter. Other works of art include a bust of NAACP co-organizer Dr. William Pickens Sr. by Harlem Renaissance sculptor Augusta Savage, and photographer Gordon Parks' haunting Fontanelle Children Outside Their Harlem Tenement, which captures an era, yet transcends the moment. More recent works have included the experimental video-confessional Free, White, and 21 by Howardena Pindell, and the fairytale-esque illustrations of John Bankston.

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By purchasing this deal you'll unlock points which can be spent on discounts and rewards. Every 5,000 points can be redeemed for $5 Off your next purchase.