materials. process. contemporary creation.
Great small museum
Looking for a unique gift? Stop here for their creative selection of interesting items. No museum admission needed.
A relatively small museum but the exhibits are often unique. Take the stairs; they offer a few surprises.
Beautiful vantage point of Central Park
Very unique pieces. Love the quaint space and view onto the Central Park treetops on the 9th floor.
Training from experts if you're so inclined
Located off of Central Park, MAD exhibits contemporary handmade objects created using a variety of media. Be sure to visit the gift shop for its selection of interesting & unusual items & gifts.
Lovely museum, perfect size for a 2-hour visit. The temporary exhibits manage to fascinate no matter the subject. Nice restaurant with views of Central Park on one of the upper floors.
Boasting views of Central Park and kooky, high-design décor, Robert's cafe inside MAD is the perfect place to grab lunch or have a post-sunset cocktail. Open Daily: 11:30am-3pm, 5:30pm-12am
Walk around the museum first or go straight up to the 9th floor for Robert's, the museum's colorful restaurant that offers unbeatable views of Central Park right from your table.
For shapeways 3D scan, wear something colorful!
3D-printers and 3D-printed dress, shoes, underwear e.t.c. One of the most inspirational museum I've ever seen.
You can get a 3D scan of yourself on the second floor! And you can order it online! You can print it in brass and certain silver!!
Body & Soul are very powerful arts revealing dark sides of human nature. It ends on March 2, 2014.
Out of Hand: Materializing the Postdigital exhibition #MichaelRees outdoor sculpture next to MAD museum! Have a coffee, sit down and check out the goods!
Out of Hand: Materializing the Postdigital exhibition.
Out of Hand: Materializing the Post-digital. One of the most innovative and inspirational museums in NYC.
Free admissions for Bloomberg employees.
Draw inspiration for your own work from the incredible range of exhibits on show.
Lectures, films, performances, and symposia related to the Museum's collection and subjects affecting the world of contemporary art, craft, and design are held in the building's historic auditorium.
Super chill super cool place. Never crowded. A welcome retreat from MoMA madness. And (this counts) the security guards are fucking cool.
Get coffee on the top floor for amazing views over Central Park for only the cost of an over priced coffee at $7.
Be warned .... Foursquare deal is misleading - you must show 4 receipts before obtaining a free year of member ship despite the fact that the deal does not say this. Who the heck keeps receipts?!Rude.
Pay what-you-wish after 6 PM on Thursdays
Tuesday to Sunday from 11:00 am to 6:00 pmThursday and Friday from 11:00 am to 9:00 pmclosed Mondays and major holidaysTix: $15.
Explore the exhibit, "Hanging Around: Necklaces from the MAD Collection". Don't be shy about opening the drawers below the displays-- truly many beauties to discover!
Catch me this week at Mad Museum Here is my latest announcement and details of all the upcoming shows...please come!http://www.joemangrum.com/artnews/madmuseum/
Great view from the restaurant upstairs!
Love the current collar exhibit and the Asian artists showing.
Admission is pay-what-you-wish from 6 to 9 pm on KML Fridays. For more info:
Don't miss the mini-exhibits on the staircase landings!
Though lesser known, the Museum of Art and Design is earning raves from attendees – and it’s just across the street.
Take the elevator up to the 6th floor and work your way down, that's how the museum is designed. Take the stairs down, there is gorgeous art in between the floors! Do a free tour, very informative!
seeing is believing :-)
Have a drink on the 9th Floor at Robert and enjoy the spectacular view of Central Park. Check out all the exhibits and let us know what your new hobby is going to be!
Dessert and drinks at the top of the building at night, wonderful!
The view from 'ROBERT' (the restaurant upstairs) is great!
Take the stairs. There's art on the stairs.
A great place to spend some time enjoying art in a chill, non-frenzied environment.
The otherworldly exhibition of dioramas from all over the world is a must see, thank me later.
Pay what you can Thursdays, 6-9
Ah: we have the fondest memories of holding a tweet-up here when Stephen Burks debuted "Are You a Hybrid?" in April 2011. If you want cutting edge, don't miss MAD.
Pick up a free iPod for artists' audio when you pay admission. Just need to leave credit card as deposit.