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The mobile studio in the park is back with "Citizens of Earth", a social sculpture, focusing on a dialogue of immigration and ancestry stories. Participants are encouraged to share their stories through the creation of a global passport with the assistance of New York City public school students who serve as diplomats. Check our website for open studio hours! #StudioInThePark


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We're upgrading our Panorama lighting thanks to @amazonstudios' generosity! It will be closed on Wednesday Oct. 18, Thursday Oct. 19, and Friday Oct. 20 AND Wednesday Oct. 25, Thursday Oct. 26, and Friday Oct. 27. The other two sections of #NeverBuiltNY will remain open to the public.


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"Never Built New York" extends through to the Panorama of the City of New York! Students at the @gsappfablab at @ColumbiaGSAPP created a glowing city of structures that never existed including these in lower #Manhattan. #NeverBuiltNY #ColumbiaGSAPP Photo by Hai Zhang


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"To be a responsible citizen in a democracy, one has to be involved in a kind of civic engagement. Culture has a huge role to play in that. And museums have a huge role to play in that." Our @lauraraicovich in "A Director Is As Political As the Art" by @rpogrebin in yesterday's @nytimes. Ms. Pogrebin mentions our new fall 2017 exhibitions #NeverBuiltNY and #PattyChang's #TheWanderingLake​ and "#IMICorona, a community storefront space on Roosevelt Avenue that provides free educational, health, and legal services.​"​​ ​Read the full article by clicking on the link in our bio! |​ ​The #QueensMuseum is an inviting and vital commons for art, ideas, and civic engagement in a newly expanded building located in the second largest park in New York City. Come visit! [Image #1&2 by @george_etheredge, #3 by #HaiZhang]

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For the project 17.(SEPT) [By WeistSiréPC]™, American artist Julia Weist and Cuban artist Nestor Siré explore and intervene in El Paquete Semanal or “the weekly package,” a cultural and economic phenomenon that developed in Cuba in place of internet connectivity, in which a 1 terabyte digital media collection is aggregated weekly and circulated across the country via in-person file sharing. Take part in the system: Every third Sunday of the month from 2-5pm a paquetera, or Paquete agent/guide, will be available to guide visitors through downloadable content that they can take home. #JuliaWeist #NestorSire #ElPaqueteSemanal


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Come on down to @LockwoodShop Queens Museum to get yourself a sweet Never Built New York #totebag! If totes aren't your bag—Lockwood also has plenty of lovely goodies for everyone to enjoy! Open when we are open, 11am-5pm, Wednesdays through Sundays 😍💫💃 #NeverBuiltNY

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The #Unisphere: This massive steel structure is one of the only remaining #WorldsFair monuments and stands at 12 stories high. The three rings surrounding the globe are representative of the first @NASA satellites to orbit the earth. And what's more, it's right at our doorstep! 🌐


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Open House New York weekend is coming up on October 14 and 15: Two days where #NewYorkCity opens up its hidden spaces to the public. Put #Queens on your list with a first stop in #LongIslandCity to visit the @TheNeustadt Collection of Tiffany Glass (pictured is a selection of glass on view in our Neustadt Gallery), and then hop on the 7 to visit the Queens Museum and get a tour of the architectural secrets of the building with @GrimshawArch. #OHNYwknd #Shelfie #TiffanyLamps


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✨ That feeling of seeing the Panorama of the City of New York for the first time ✨ For some it was at the 1964 #WorldsFair, and for others with their families this week! When was the first time you saw the Panorama? Did you find your house? Your office? Your school?


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Sable Elyse Smith’s project at the Queens Museum, Ordinary Violence, continues her ongoing exploration of the trauma and emotional violence affected on incarcerated individuals and their loved ones. Pictured is "Landscape I", photo by Hai Zhang. #SableElyseSmith @sable_elyse


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After three years piloting the Queens Museum social media feeds I am taking off! It's been a pleasure sharing the fun, creativity, and openness of the Museum and don't worry, it's not going to stop! Watch this space as more content continues. — @pemadb (Pictured is the infamous Panorama plane that takes off from #LaGuardiaAirport 🛫)


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It's day two of the 26th Conference of the International Panorama Council with the theme “(RE) Thinking the Panorama”. Participants will be discussing the Panorama as it relates to today's culture, and here's where it all started. Pictured is an archival shot of the making of the Panorama from Lester & Associates in Nyack, New York. Today's conference also marks the launch of "The Panorama Handbook: Thoughts and Visions On and Around the Queens Museum's Panorama of the City of New York". You can read it on our website! 🏙

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"Stepping into Our Courage" the Immigrant Movement International Corona exhibition is on view in our Partnership Gallery. The exhibit showcases work from 2016-2017 from IMI Corona's Community Council and two artists-in-residence. Pictured are large scale Papier-mâché monsters created in support from artist Daniel Valle around the justice in schools campaign. IMI Corona welcomes you to interact with the art and continue to document hxrstory by using the hashtag #UniendoLuchas #JoiningStruggles #IMICorona @IMICorona and to attend IMI Corona meetings, events and workshops. "Stepping Into Our Courage" is on view until October 14. ✋️👀🤚

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In 1985, Michael Graves’ response to Marcel Breuer’s 1966 Madison Avenue original @whitneymuseum would have tripled the gallery space of Breuer’s inverted ziggurat. See what the old Whitney (the new @MetBreur) could have looked like in this model in the "Never Built New York" exhibition, now on view. #NeverBuiltNY #NYC #Architecture #Breur Photo by Hai Zhang

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