• Yoga and Meditation Instructor Janelle Berger

    Wellness Wednesday: Live on August 5th

    Renew your mind, body, and spirit

    Wellness Wednesday returns in August with two rejuvenating sessions focusing on community and connectedness.

    Join the Neuberger Museum of Art at 1:00pm on Wednesday, August 5th, for the first live session with meditation and yoga instructor Janelle Berger.  (The second live session will be held on August 19th.) 

    Each program which will begin with a community conversation around a topic followed by a five-minute guided meditation.

    CLICK HERE to register for the August 5th ZOOM event

    After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

    Recordings will be posted to the Wellness Wednesday webpage following the live event.

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    Agnes Denes

    During this special “Inside the NEU–LIVE!” event on Friday, May 15, 2020, BYOC (Bring Your Own Coffee) for a virtual Coffee Chat about the artist Agnes Denes, a primary figure among concept-based artists who emerged in the 1960s and 1970s.

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    Engels the Artist: “Art Got Into Me”

    “Art that pushes boundaries and raises important questions.”

    During this session of Inside the NEU, Alex Gordon Curator of Art of the Americas Dr. Patrice Giasson and Engels the Artist revisit the Neuberger Museum’s Fall 2019 exhibition Art Got Into Me”: The Work of Engels the Artist. 

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    Inside the NEU: A Teaching Museum

    The Neuberger Museum of Art is an academic museum, meaning that while we function as a public-facing exhibiting and collecting institution, we are on the Purchase College, SUNY campus. That placement, both physically and conceptually, is a fundamental part of the museum’s identity.

    In this session of Inside the NEU, listen in as Associate Curator of Education for Academic Programs Kristen Lindberg discusses the museum’s role as a center of teaching and learning for the Purchase College community.

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    Lesley Dill’s “Rush”

    During this Inside the NEU-LIVE! presentation on Wednesday, May 20th, Neuberger Museum of Art Chief Curator Helaine Posner introduced contemporary artist Lesley Dill’s work before live streaming We Are Animals of Language, a documentary by Ed Robbins (Pounding Glass Productions) that chronicles the making of Rush and other works on view in the Neuberger’s 2007 exhibition, Lesley Dill: Tremendous World.

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    Milton Avery

    The inaugural session of “Inside the NEU” features Museum director Tracy Fitzpatrick and provenance researcher Beth Silver discussing works in the museum’s permanent collection by the great American modernist Milton Avery. Listen as Tracy and Beth share the personal stories they’ve uncovered about Roy R. Neuberger’s interest in collecting this artist’s works.

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    Pier Paolo Pasolini

    This virtual edition of Art Sandwiched-In: A Virtual Curator-led Exhibition Tour of the Pier Paolo Pasolini: Subversive Prophet exhibition was held “live” on Friday, June 5, 2020.

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    The Making of “Destination: Latin America”

    Sit in on the (pre-recorded) conversation as Patrice Giasson, the Neuberger Museum’s Alex Gordon Curator of Art of the Americas, discusses Destination Latin America, a five-part exhibition that takes a journey through twentieth- and twenty-first-century modern and contemporary Latin American art from the museum’s collection.

  • Helaine Posner (center) and Tracy Fitzpatrick (right) with 2019 Neuberger Prize winner Yto Barrada

    Tracy Fitzpatrick with Retiring Chief Curator Helaine Posner

    Sit in on the (pre-recorded) conversation as Tracy Fitzpatrick, Director of the Neuberger Museum of Art, reminisces with retiring Chief Curator Helaine Posner about their work together at the museum.