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Gallery
Self-Taught Genius Gallery

Highlights from the museum’s permanent collection are always on view in changing exhibitions. Open Monday through Thursday, 11 AM to 5 PM. Admission is free.

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Honors
Visionary Award

The Visionary Award honors an individual, institution, or project that has made a unique contribution to the field of self-taught and vernacular art.

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Lecture Series
Anne Hill Blanchard Uncommon Artists

The Anne Hill Blanchard Uncommon Artists Lecture Series highlights new and important contributions in the field of self-taught art and art brut.

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Collections and Education Center
The Museum Welcomes Visitors to the Collections and Education Center

The museum invites visitors to participate in behind-the-scenes views of the Collections and Education Center, located in Long Island City, Queens.

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Library and Archives
The American Folk Art Museum Library and Archives

The museum’s library and archives are noncirculating research collections providing comprehensive coverage in areas of primary interest to the museum.

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Students and Educators
Educational Resources

Learn about the museum's extensive educational programs, resources, and opportunities.

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Publications
Folk Art Magazine

Explore forty years and 118 digital issues of Folk Art magazine.

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Collection

Browse the museum’s revamped and growing online collection.

Special Section
The Ralph Fasanella Collection and Archive at the American Folk Art Museum

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BROADEN YOUR PERSPECTIVE AT A LECTURE OR DISCUSSION

The Pile of Andrius (#67)
Eugene Von Bruenchenhein (1910–1983)

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Peacocks on Branch With Flowers
Artist unidentified

Publications
Books and Exhibition Catalogs

See a comprehensive list of the museum's publications dating to 1969.

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EXPLORE THE MUSEUM'S EXHIBITION HISTORY

Fame Weathervane
Attributed to E.G. Washburne & Company