When you visit the Museums of the Arts in New York, it can be a very different experience.
Here you’ll find art that’s been exhibited in galleries or on a museum wall, or that you can take home, but not necessarily in your home.
That’s why we’re here to give you tips on how to explore, appreciate, and discover art in your collection.
Look for pieces that you like.
Many museums, including the Smithsonian, the New York Public Library, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, display a variety of works.
If you like something, you’ll likely find it in the collections of other museums and art galleries.
And if you find it there, it’s worth checking out.
If not, don’t be afraid to contact the museum directly.
If it’s an open show, ask the curator about whether they’re open to having your work displayed at any time.
They’ll usually let you know when they’re available.
The best way to find out is to come to the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA), which opened its doors in New Orleans in 2012 and is home to some of the world’s most famous and well-regarded artworks.
The museum is open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., and the exhibit room is located in the back of the building on the second floor.
The MOMA’s online catalogue and the museum’s public art galleries are also a great place to browse.
It’s also possible to buy your art from local dealers, including local artists, in an open gallery setting.
Ask for a free tour.
The Museums in New Jersey and New York have similar guidelines, but they’re a little more specific.
The New York City Museum of the Moving Image has a free and open public tour available every Thursday and Friday of the month from 11 a.t.m.-8 p.p.m.; the New Jersey Museum of Fine Arts is free and offers a free open public gallery tour every Wednesday from 10:30 a.p.-4:30 p.d. and the New Haven Museum of Contemporary Art is free.
The two museums are located in New Haven, Connecticut, at the end of the New Hampshire Turnpike.
You can also visit the Museum at the National Gallery of Art (NGA) in Washington, DC, and visit the museum and the Museum for the Visual Arts (MVAS) in Baltimore, Maryland.
Ask about museum discounts.
Many of the museums in New England and elsewhere offer discounts for museum members and visitors.
This is especially true for museums in the Northeast, which tend to be less touristy than their Southern counterparts.
In many cases, discounts are offered on a sliding scale, from $2 to $5.
These discounts are not available for all museums, so be sure to check your local museum’s website for details.
Choose your own museum.
Some museums, like the MOMAs, don and often offer special museum passes that include discounts for visitors.
The Museum of Anthropology at the University of Chicago offers discounts for its members for the duration of the annual spring break, which lasts from May 21 to July 15.
The U.S. Public Library of Congress offers discounts on all museum passes for members and students for the next two summers, from September through December.
The American Museum of Natural History offers a member discount for those visiting during their second semester, and members can take advantage of the free admission to its museum on Mondays and Tuesdays.
Find an exhibition that interests you.
If your favorite museum is a part of your own collection, you may want to explore it for yourself.
Here are a few of our favorites: The New Museum of American Art, located in Manhattan’s Upper West Side, has a large collection of art from around the world, as well as works by famous artists.
The exhibit hall, a five-level space with two floors, offers a variety in display space.
The Fine Art Museum of New York in Manhattan is also an excellent museum for art lovers, with over 2,500 works from more than 400 different artists.
For more information, see the museum website.
The Metropolitan Museum in New London, Connecticut offers a special $2,500 membership for museum visitors, which includes unlimited access to the museum.
The Smithsonian American Art Museum offers free admission for the first two months of membership, but members can use the museum pass for the remainder of their time there.
The Bancroft Museum of Asian Art offers free admissions for visitors to the New Museum for up to three months and unlimited access.
The Brooklyn Museum of Photography and Prints, which has been open since 2007, is also a favorite for artists who want to see the works they work on, but can also enjoy a more hands-on experience.
The new Whitney Museum of African American Art offers a $5,000 membership for members who spend three months or longer at the museum, and free access to its galleries.
The Whitney Museum