MoMA PS1 (formerly P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center), a MoMA affiliate, is one of the oldest and largest nonprofit art centers in the United States committed to promoting and exhibiting contemporary art. Located in a former public school building in Long Island City, Queens, MoMA PS1's programs preserve the spirit of the original school by providing a venue for constant learning and experimentation. MoMA PS1 is particularly devoted to presenting the work of emerging artists and to promoting dynamic interactions between these artists and the general public.
MoMA PS1 relies primarily on private donations to fund exhibitions and operations. Donations to MoMA PS1 can be directed to the Annual Fund, the Annual Exhibition Fund, or to a specific exhibition. All contributions are 100% tax deductible. Depending on the level of support, donors will receive recognition on donor boards, wall text, press releases, and the MoMA PS1 website. They will also receive invitations to exhibition openings. Donors at appropriate levels will be invited on VIP tours with artists and curators.
For more information, please call:
Assistant Director, Development, MoMA PS1
To learn more about MoMA PS1 please visit the MoMA PS1 website.