Target Free Sundays

Harlem comes alive on Sunday when many make time to visit The Studio Museum in Harlem. Target Free Sundays at the Studio Museum ensures that the Museum is accessible to all. Thanks to the generous support of Target, Museum admission is free every Sunday. Target Free Sundays reflects a shared commitment to engage the community and offer a vital cultural experience to all.

In addition to free Museum admission on Sundays, the Museum organizes free programs and events geared to our different audiences. From hands-on family workshops to theater performances, visitors of all ages and interests will find something to love at Target Free Sundays. Join us on Sunday as we explore how art and visual communication can ignite the imagination, engage the mind and reflect our human experience-past, present and future.

Target Free Sundays

1:00pm

1022

Gallery Tour

Join an interactive tour highlighting works on view in honor of the centennial of the birth of Jacob Lawrence (1917–2000). Explore how aspects of urban life serve as inspiration for artists...

Target Free Sundays

2:00pm

1022

Hands On

Inspired by the works of Nontsikelelo Veleko and Meschac Gaba, now on view in Their Own Harlems, explore the connection between streetwear and art–making. Create wearable art, jewelry and...

Target Free Sundays

3:00pm

1022

Sherrill Roland

In The Jumpsuit Project, Sherrill Roland's ongoing performance work, the artist seeks to challenge and further discussions around mass incarceration. While a graduate student, Roland was wrongfully...

Target Free Sundays

12:00pm

1022

Studio Museum Book Market

Join us on Friday, October 20 through Sunday, October 22 for the second Book Market in the Museum's courtyard. Buy a bag and fill it up: an entire tote bag full of books is just $20! A huge...

Target Free Sundays

12:00pm

1022

Studio Salon

Come learn, share and exchange with us at the Free Black Women's Library pop–up in the spirit of Studio Salon, the Museum's ongoing series of programs exploring the intersections of literature...

Kids and Family Programs

2:00pm

1029

Hands On

If an image could talk, what would it say? Explore this question through color as you create a sweet postcard collage using candy as your material! Respond to the images and ideas presented in the...

Target Free Sundays

1:00pm

1105

Gallery Tour

Join an interactive tour of Fictions, the fifth in a series of emerging artists' exhibitions on view at The Studio Museum in Harlem. Discover the narratives artists draw inspiration from as they...

Target Free Sundays

2:00pm

1105

Hands On

Create your own miniature landscape with mirrored papers, crystal–like and translucent materials to build an installation. Visit the galleries to explore the work of Maya Stovall, now on view...

Target Free Sundays

1:00pm

1112

Gallery Tour

We Go as They: Artists in Residence 2016–17 presents paintings, sculptures and performance that explore these artists' conversations around identity, power dynamics and community. This...

Target Free Sundays

2:00pm

1112

Hands On

Learn how to mix your own colorful paint using pigments and oil as you explore the artistic process of 2016–17 artist in residence Andy Robert. Take home a mini canvas and a beautiful set of...

Artist-in-Residence Programs

3:00pm

1112

Sanity TV: Episode 2

2016–17 artist in residence Autumn Knight performs Episode 2 of Sanity TV. Part of a series of interview–based performances throughout the exhibition, Knight's Sanity TV investigates the...

Target Free Sundays

1:00pm

1119

Gallery Tour

Join an interactive tour of Fictions, the fifth in a series of emerging artists' exhibitions on view at The Studio Museum in Harlem. Discover the narratives artists draw inspiration from as they...

Target Free Sundays

2:00pm

1119

Hands On

How can images be used to explore a memory? Bring your smartphone and have a picture printed out to incorporate into your art work! Examine composition and visual tension much like artist...

Target Free Sundays

1:00pm

1126

Gallery Tour

Join an interactive tour highlighting works on view in honor of the centennial of the birth of Jacob Lawrence (1917–2000). Explore how aspects of urban life serve as inspiration for artists...

Target Free Sundays

2:00pm

1126

Hands On

Bring a friend or family member and learn how to create a portrait as you trace, cut and paint with art materials! Explore the figurative art work found within the exhibition Their Own Harlems,...

1 / 15

Gallery Tour

Join an interactive tour highlighting works on view in honor of the centennial of the birth of Jacob Lawrence (1917–2000). Explore how aspects of urban life serve as inspiration for artists...

2 / 15

Hands On

Inspired by the works of Nontsikelelo Veleko and Meschac Gaba, now on view in Their Own Harlems, explore the connection between streetwear and art–making. Create wearable art, jewelry and...

3 / 15

Sherrill Roland

In The Jumpsuit Project, Sherrill Roland's ongoing performance work, the artist seeks to challenge and further discussions around mass incarceration. While a graduate student, Roland was wrongfully...

4 / 15

Studio Museum Book Market

Join us on Friday, October 20 through Sunday, October 22 for the second Book Market in the Museum's courtyard. Buy a bag and fill it up: an entire tote bag full of books is just $20! A huge...

5 / 15

Studio Salon

Come learn, share and exchange with us at the Free Black Women's Library pop–up in the spirit of Studio Salon, the Museum's ongoing series of programs exploring the intersections of literature...

6 / 15

Hands On

If an image could talk, what would it say? Explore this question through color as you create a sweet postcard collage using candy as your material! Respond to the images and ideas presented in the...

7 / 15

Gallery Tour

Join an interactive tour of Fictions, the fifth in a series of emerging artists' exhibitions on view at The Studio Museum in Harlem. Discover the narratives artists draw inspiration from as they...

8 / 15

Hands On

Create your own miniature landscape with mirrored papers, crystal–like and translucent materials to build an installation. Visit the galleries to explore the work of Maya Stovall, now on view...

9 / 15

Gallery Tour

We Go as They: Artists in Residence 2016–17 presents paintings, sculptures and performance that explore these artists' conversations around identity, power dynamics and community. This...

10 / 15

Hands On

Learn how to mix your own colorful paint using pigments and oil as you explore the artistic process of 2016–17 artist in residence Andy Robert. Take home a mini canvas and a beautiful set of...

11 / 15

Sanity TV: Episode 2

2016–17 artist in residence Autumn Knight performs Episode 2 of Sanity TV. Part of a series of interview–based performances throughout the exhibition, Knight's Sanity TV investigates the...

12 / 15

Gallery Tour

Join an interactive tour of Fictions, the fifth in a series of emerging artists' exhibitions on view at The Studio Museum in Harlem. Discover the narratives artists draw inspiration from as they...

13 / 15

Hands On

How can images be used to explore a memory? Bring your smartphone and have a picture printed out to incorporate into your art work! Examine composition and visual tension much like artist...

14 / 15

Gallery Tour

Join an interactive tour highlighting works on view in honor of the centennial of the birth of Jacob Lawrence (1917–2000). Explore how aspects of urban life serve as inspiration for artists...

15 / 15

Hands On

Bring a friend or family member and learn how to create a portrait as you trace, cut and paint with art materials! Explore the figurative art work found within the exhibition Their Own Harlems,...

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