Who We Are

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In a partnership with the Queens Library, the New New Yorkers Program designs and implements educational classes to meet the needs of immigrant adult communities in Queens. Broadening horizons and teaching valuable life skills through the arts, we offer the opportunity to interact with artists and their innovative work.

Our courses are taught, cost-free, in a variety of languages and emphasize the arts, technology and English language acquisition. Some subjects covered are: painting, book making, crafts, photography, video editing, performance, graphic design, web design, computer literacy, arts literacy and English for Speakers of Other Languages.

Our courses are seasonal and always new, so the best way to get the latest news and course announcements is to join our mailing list.

For more information please contact Nung-Hsin Hu at (718) 592-9700 x133, nung-hsin@queensmuseum.org.

Art and Literacy with New New Yorkers is a partnership between the Queens Museum and Queens Library. This program is made possible by Altman Foundation, TD Charitable Foundation, and Con Edison. Additional support is provided by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

Arts and Education Space for Immigrant New Yorkers