The Bronx Museum Making Room: Museum as Space for Self-Expression

Jun 26 - Aug 18, 2024
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The Bronx Museum Renovation Is Underway

Jan 1 - Dec 31, 2026    11am - 6pm
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The Bronx Museum is located at 1040 Grand Concourse—just a 30 minute subway ride or drive from midtown Manhattan! We are open Wednesdays through Sundays from 11AM to 6PM and admission to all of our exhibitions, events, and activities is always FREE FOR EVERYONE!


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• Development Manager

• Associate Director of Special Events


Image: Aika Akhmetova, 'Tasks,' 2023, Installation view of 'Bronx Calling: The Sixth AIM Biennial' (Part One) at The Bronx Museum, 2024. Photo by Argenis Apolinario.

View of new multi-story entrance and corner (ver 2)

Renovation Underway

Our long-awaited $33 million transformative renovation project—designed by award winning architectural practice, Marvel—is officially underway! Learn more about this exciting world-class art facility, expected to open to the public in 2026.


Renovation Opening 2026


On view beginning September 8, 2024, The Bronx Museum will present the most comprehensive exhibition of legendary artist FUTURA 2000's work ever seen in his hometown of NYC.


FUTURA 2000: Breaking Out

2024 Bronx Museum Fellows

The Bronx Museum is delighted to welcome a cohort of 14 artists to the 2024 AIM Fellowship. AIM is the Museum's flagship career accelerator program for the most promising artists in NYC—selected through a competitive open call application process. Since its inception in 1980, over 1,200 promising artists have benefitted from this unique program.


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Our art-educational programming connects communities with the rich artistic scene and cultural history of the Bronx. By learning together we build pathways to community connection and inclusion and work to visualize social justice through the arts.

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