Young Fellows of the Morgan

About us

The Young Fellows is a lively group of young professionals (21–39 years old) who share a deep appreciation for the Morgan. Throughout the year the Young Fellows are invited to participate in various social and cultural events to engage with and learn about the collections, and deepen their understanding of the arts and humanities.

Young Fellows membership dues provide essential financial support so that the Morgan may continue presenting world-class exhibitions and programs.

$500 Join  Renew  Give
$250 is tax deductible

Membership benefits

  • Unlimited free admission to the Morgan for one year for two adults and two guests

  • Invitations to events planned exclusively for Young Fellows

  • Invitations to private members’ receptions for select exhibitions

  • Discounted tickets to the Young Fellows Winter Gala and Young Fellows Summer Soirée

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Recent Events and Press

OCTOBER 2022

October 12: Young Fellows joined Joel Smith, Richard L. Menschel Curator and Photography Department Head, as he showcased and discussed items from the Morgan’s photography department, and what to look for when starting a collection.

 

NOVEMBER 2022

November 7: Young Fellows were invited to a tour of the Morgan exhibition The Little Prince: Taking Flight, led by Philip Palmer, Robert H. Taylor Curator and Department Head of Literary & Historical Manuscripts.

 

Upcoming Events

DECEMBER 2022

December 14: Join us for cocktails, passed hors d'oeuvres, live jazz, and a reading from A Christmas Carol! Black tie optional. Reading by Philip Palmer, Robert H. Taylor Curator and Department Head of Literary & Historical Manuscripts, to take place in the historic library at 9:30pm.

 

Tickets now available! 

 

Please call Stacy Welkowitz for more calendar information: 212.590.0330

Top left: Photography by Todd Eberle. © Todd Eberle, 1996.

Top right: Gonzalo Marroquin/PMC © Patrick McMullan.

Bottom left: Jan van Eyck (1390–1441), Portrait of an Older Man, ca. 1435–40, silverpoint and goldpoint on white prepared paper. © Kupferstich-Kabinett, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden, Photography by Herbert Boswank.

Bottom right: Michael Ostuni/PMC ©Patrick McMullan