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Established in October 2020, Homeroom is a new program space that embodies MoMA PS1’s commitment to community-centered practices with artists at the core. ​​Located on the Museum’s first floor, the space is a platform for activations by partners and collaborators, who author each rotating presentation to amplify and celebrate the work of artists affiliated with their respective organizations. Through these distinct presentations, Homeroom activations tell a larger narrative of community building  and intersectionality, with collaborators returning through various threads of PS1’s program, often in conversation with one another. Recalling the histories of the building as the first school in Long Island City and then a site for creative experimentation since PS1’s founding in 1976, Homeroom offers opportunities to connect with others, to learn and unlearn, and to imagine generative ways of being that prioritize care and reciprocity. 

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Installation view of Nuevayorkinos: Essential and Excluded, on view from October 22, 2021–January 10, 2022. Photo: Noel Woodford

Installation view of The Fortune Society in Homeroom, on view September 9–October 11, 2021. Photo: Noel Woodford

Installation view of Black Trans Liberation: Memoriam and Deliverance in Homeroom, June 12 to August 16, 2021. Photo: Noel Woodford